Sunday, 22 March 2020

The Tweets of the week in the London Borough of Barnet - 22/03/2020

Our policy for this feature is no politics and no Covid-19 tweets, no empty supermarket shelves and no scare stories. We want this to be a little bit of light in a sad and lonely season. There have been easier weeks to put the feature together!

But we have managed to find a few gems, so here you go!

1. I suspect that the last sane rational tweet that will appear on Twitter before the meteorite strikes and wipes us all out will be from @Time_NW, one of our favourite accounts

2. And a great historical tweet from the Mill HilL Historical society

3. Want to see the tube line from Finsbury Park to Edgware reopened? If you do, then sign this petition!

4. This looks like a fun account, good to follow at times like these

5. There are some new train sidings at Cricklewood, opening soon to allow completion of the New Brent Cross station

6. If like me, you enjoy a walk across The Totteridge Valley, you'll enjoy Samuel Levy's latest tweet! We did the walk yesterday and have never seen so many people out for a stroll, all impeccably behaved and self isolating sensibly

7. In need of some spiritual uplifting?

8. and some words of sense from our local Rabbi in Mill Hill

9. Peter Walker is a great friend of this blog, our thoughts and prayers are with him, his family and his guinea pigs! Get well soon Peter

10. Here's a doggy to cheer you up!

That's all folks

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