Here's this weeks tweets. A few interesting nuggets in there, even if I say so myself. We live in a wonderful part of London, even in these strange and difficult times there is much of interest. Please follow any of these tweeters who tickle your fancy.
1. Looking forward to the restart of grassroots football
2. Some things just make you smile. Not much good has come out of covid, but this might just catch on!
Zoom worship for #ChristTheKing and B @BiscuittheCat3 sat next to me throughout (first time ever!). Thanks @AnnaWMorrison for the photo as I gave the blessing. Let everything that has breath, praise the Lord #Psalm150 @Hendon_Parish pic.twitter.com/mrbq9DBIX5— Dr Julie Gittoes ☩ (@JulieGittoes) November 22, 2020
3. Nice bit of local history
4. Are you a beer fan? You can get beer brewed in Finchley delivered straight to your door!
Have you had a chance to try our new cans yet? We'd love to know what you all think! Hit that reply button and give us your feedback 😊 Cans are available to order via Click & Collect Weds-Sat 6pm-9pm here: https://t.co/oGO7HeknL8#northfinchley #finchley #supportlocal #lovebeer— London Brewing Co. (@LondonBrewingCo) November 22, 2020
5. Sadly the tour didn't make it to Finchley Catholic when I was there! I loved this
OTD 1976 'Punks at the High School' The Damned, supported by Slaughter & The Dogs & Eater played Eater's school Manor Hill in Finchley, London. £1 to get in. Can anyone confirm that the school caretaker sold cups of orange juice for 5p? #punk Review here: https://t.co/v1D5Ms8gKv pic.twitter.com/TQ3vwwk04C— Carolyn Perry (@CarolynPPerry) November 19, 2020
6. Need a calendar? This one looks pretty cool to me
Our special edition 2021 calendar commemorates the 550th anniversary of the #BattleofBarnet and is now available from @WaterstonesBarn and directly from the Museum via email@example.com for £10. pic.twitter.com/XKSEEa5txE— Barnet Museum (@MuseumBarnet) November 22, 2020
7. Mark Amies has been on top form with his @Time_NW account this week. If you like local history, follow this account
(2/2) On the same day, by the same photographer.— NW London TimeMachine (@time_nw) November 21, 2020
Judging by the activity, I'm going to make a guess it was a Sunday. Also interesting to see that the pub was owned by Ind Coope and Allsopp.
John Gay/Alamy. pic.twitter.com/xJj0kSGSTu
8. Very nice shot of Golders Hill Park
Hope yet in these strange times? 🙂— HilaryBurrage #HumanRights #Rejoiner #EndFGM (@HilaryBurrage) November 20, 2020
A double rainbow on Golders Hill, London pic.twitter.com/uArOLRgBD9
9. Congratulations to Copthall School and it's wonderful head Evelyn Forde. My family has a long standing association with the school. They deserve the plaudits
10. We'll end it with a rather nice picture of Mill Hill from today. There are some great walks in the Borough of Barnet. Arrendene is one of the best.
A glorious day for a walk in Mill Hill. Arrandene looking amazing pic.twitter.com/Ch6pmxHODB— A Better Mill Hill (@ABetterMillHill) November 22, 2020
That's all folks!