Sunday 22 March 2015

The tweets of the week in the London Borough of Barnet- 21/03/2015

Well here its is again, the weeks most popular regular feature. And without further ado.....

1. Great picture reminding us that North West London used to be the hub of world enginerring and manufacturing

Woodwind manufacture underway in the factory at Edgware, 1950s  

2.  Mark Amies has noticed that Capita have changed the job adverts page in Barnet since the One Barnet contracts were signed

The only Barnet jobs advertised are for schools, because everything else is outsourced to Capita.

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3. Danny Lloyd is enjoying a bit of demolition in Colindale. Have to admit that's a job I hink I may enjoy

All works proceeding as planned at colindale. Our CAT 345 is earning her keep and looking good doing it

4. Julia Landau-Pope is enjoying a chat with Spike Milligan!

5. Basil is getting hot under the collar about a bung for well off landlords from Barnet Council.

Only the rich get handouts in

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6. The Edgware Ward panel are getting excited about a new community centre for Mill Hill

Barnet Borough Council's assets, regeneration and growth committee approves plans for Mill Hill community hub....

7. Want to save your local library, details of the march here, courtesy of Barnet Unison

March For Libraries Tour begins Saturday 28 March 11 am start Details here  

8. Seems like Fr Gregory at All Saints is a keen astrologer? Or maybe he just likes Bonnie Tyler!

A good and prosperous day for Bonnie Tyler today.

9.  Terence S Clarke is annoyed with "Burnt Oak Council" for trying to evict a 96 year old. We are inclined to agree with him (although it looks like it is actually Brents Labour Council)

The Burnt Oak council should be ashamed! The poor exchange from being an ex POW living at home, to being a...

10. JJ and the Ukettes are most excited to be playing at the Mill Hill Music Festival!
Check out the full line up here and book some tickets!


That's all folks, have a great week!

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