Sunday, 29 December 2019

The Tweets of the year in the London Borough of Barnet - 2019


Continuing our annual tradition of revisiting the year, we pick a tweet from each month to compile our selection. There have been some amazing tweets this year. In keeping with the festive mood, I've picked a fairly upbeat selection, which I hope you enjoy.


January - This week, foxes in gardens have been in the news for all the wrong reasons. Back in January Angela posted this lovely shot from her back garden in Mill Hill East. I can't understand why people anyone would be anything other than revolted by acts of brutality towards animals.




@SundayBrunchC4 urban foxes have a den in the bushes at the side of our flat and come out to sit on the grass right outside our door! (Mill Hill East)
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See Angela PJ's other Tweets


February - In February we had this excellent tweet from Vaughan Bell, enlightening us on a little piece of Golders Green history, of which I was completely unawae




Monument to the pioneering psychologist of sexuality Havelock Ellis and his wife, campaigner Edith Ellis, in Golders Green Crematorium, London
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See Vaughan Bell's other Tweets


March - Now if this tweet doesn't make you smile, I don't know what will. I must confess these officers are far braver than me, I won't go near swans!





April - As spring took hold, Cricklewood looked glorious!



Not been to Cricklewood in a long time and these sheep outside @BandQ made me giggle. They're so awesome!
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See Kelly's other Tweets


May - In May we had a solemn pause in memory of those who lost their lives in the holocaust. By remembering, we seek to stop that path being taken again.



Tonight we lit this in memory for Alex Weijel of Enschede aged 2 who perished in Aushwitz in 1942, one of the many people who perished during the holocaust. @YellowCandleUK

Remembering all who were murdered, jews, gay people, romanys and many more.
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See Inside Mill Hill's other Tweets



June - There was a right royal Battle in Barnet in June!





July - I'm biased. I love a proper record shop. Great tweet!



One of my favourite things about East Finchley is the lovely independent cd shop that’s still going
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See Sarah Crook's other Tweets



August - In August this band started to make a name for themselves, despite being nameless!



‘The Pretender’ Foo Fighters cover age 10-12. Skills learnt from a jam session - teamwork, creativity, improvisation, discipline, responsibility and how to have fun the old fashioned way! @foofighters @MillHillMusicCo @youthmusic https://youtu.be/F5H0fwHu2h8 
See Nameless's other Tweets


September - In September we were introduced to Mill Hill's magic mushroom tree!





October - In October, the Mill Hill Litter Pickers made the news!





November - In November, Mill Hill got a brand new telescope for its observatory




See Giorgio Savini's other Tweets



December - And lastly, in December, Rob Morel posted this fascinating picture of the gradient of the Midland Mainline, that shows it passing through Cricklewood, Hendon and Mill Hill. I hadn't realised that St Albans was so much higher than Mill Hill until I saw this



Hey @HiPa1973 - Any Idea How Fast You Are entitled to go from BDM To Luton Airport Parkway On A HST ?πŸ€”πŸ˜Š


That's all folks!



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