Sunday, 12 January 2020

The Tweets of the week in the London Borough of Barnet - 12/01/2020

This is our most popular regular feature. Sometimes it writes  itself, sometimes it's a chore and sometimes its a whole lot of fun. This week its........

1. We got to know our good friend Mark Amies through his campaign to protect the Railway pub in Edgware. It seems he's got his sights set on another much loved and neglected Edgware pub. What is wrong with the people who care nothing for local community?

2. We've been promoting the excellent Barnet Libraries local photography competition. We are delighted that another of our friends won it.

3. In a week of disappearing local landmarks, this was a sad moment

4. Burnt Oak was where it was all happening in the 1960's

5. And in the 1980's even Freddie Mercury was hanging out in Cricklewood!

6. Did you know a Bond girl came from Edgware? You do now!

7. Fancy doing something for our community next Saturday?

8. Fancy some songs about football and love? Sounds good to us!

9. And on the subject of our local football history....

10. Two Tweets of the price of one! A nice little video about last years Grange Open Day

Don't forget to follow any tweeters who tickle your fancy, or anything else!
That's all folks!

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