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1. Lets start with some fun? Can you spot which one of these clues has a link to the Borough of Barnet
It’s the return of Where Am I? Submit your guesses to us using the hashtag #SouthKenStn pic.twitter.com/T5tu9ZGigP— South Kensington Station (@SouthKenStn) February 3, 2020
2. Another great result for our local team
Match Report: @EnfieldFC 0-2 @hadleyfc (@EssexSenior: 08/02/20):https://t.co/uz0K18rlgP@essexfootie @TonyIncenzo @Ollie_Bayliss @AdamRichE2 @ELRFootball @WDSprtz @wilkins_media #NonLeague— Matt North (@MattNorth_) February 8, 2020
3. Did you know that Barnet Market is over 800 years old?
In 1999, at the time of the 800th anniversary of Barnet Market, members of Barnet and Finchley Photographic Society made a photographic record of the market and its stallholders.— Barnet Museum (@MuseumBarnet) February 9, 2020
Here we have a small selection for you to enjoy including a news cutting from Barnet Times 1999. pic.twitter.com/rURyRsumcd
4.Our film of the week
Mill Hill in 1948 with Boots on the right and the cinema in the distance.— Mill Hill Hist Soc (@MHHistSoc) February 6, 2020
From "Drivers Beware!" - do you recognise any of the other of the locations in the film?https://t.co/MZrjI2qoAl pic.twitter.com/y49SzoxZsk
5. Here is one of many shots of storm damage
6.Fancy some live folk music on Monday?
Mon 10th Feb. - Dan Raza (@DanRazaMusic) sings @ColindaleFolk @ChandosArmsPub. Dan is a very talented singer and guitarist with great inventive, original songs.https://t.co/zbrlbM6rb4— Colindale Folk Club (@ColindaleFolk) February 7, 2020
Floor spots start at 8:30 p.m. pic.twitter.com/sxDGESUUxN
7. The historic tweet of the week from @time_nw with a tragedy from Golders Green
The UK's first commercial airline disaster occurred on December 14th 1920, when a Handley Page 0/400 crashed onto a house in Basing Hill, Golders Green.— NW London TimeMachine (@time_nw) February 8, 2020
Images from @BritishPathe and Wikipedia. (1/3) pic.twitter.com/vryfqnGFQQ
8. Do you know what Golders Green Crematorium looks like? The Daily Fail doesn't
How sweet to be an idiot: unless you're the dunce @DailyMailUK who in their article about Terry Jones' funeral today used a picture of St Michael Highgate, when as the caption says, it took place at Golders Green crem, the other side of Hampstead Heath.— Stained Glass Attitudes (@DrJACameron) February 6, 2020
No I'm not linking to them pic.twitter.com/voptEd7jKe
9. You could see the Raible/Gradischnig Quintet Tour at Ronnie Scotts. Or you could see it at the Mill Hill Jazz club on Wednesday!
Raible/Gradischnig Quintet Tour Offers New Hope https://t.co/qsBUBfshCQ @officialronnies @millhilljazz @KansasSmittys @HertsJazz @jazzfm @JazzliveSE5 @peggysskylight pic.twitter.com/m1EdhzuilD— Jazzwise (@Jazzwise) February 7, 2020
10. If you like Ska music and you are interested in our locality, then you might enjoy this! Filmed at Mill Hill Music Complex, Mill Hill Services club and Colindale snooker hall, watch this am,azing collaboration between music legends, Bitty McClean and Lee Thompson
#MHMCVidOfTheDay— #MillHillMusicComplex (@MillHillMusicCo) February 9, 2020
Today's video with Mill Hill connections is a rather excellent video shot at Mill Hill Music featuring @BittyMcLean1 and The Lee Thompson Ska Orchestra @leethompsonska reworking the classic track Fu Manchu https://t.co/UJCdTW2n1C
That's all folks!!!!