As ever, we have a tasty and delectable selection of goodies from the esteemed tweeters living in the London Borough of Barnet. We do hope you enjoy the rather interesting content that these truly marvellous peep's have tweeted.
1. We started this feature to help the local community and that is exactly how we will start this installment. Can you help?
Can you help Burnt Oak Womens Group?— CommUNITY Barnet (@CommUNITYBarnet) October 23, 2020
Do you drive a van or minibus and have some time to volunteer? 🚐
They need help with a foodbank collection on Tuesday 26th October 🗓
If so please contact Inass on 07725 903 477 or email email@example.com ✉️ pic.twitter.com/K3EJ7oqmgB
2. Can you help Ian solve the puzzle of the Tone Bender of Edgware?
3. A much loved character has left West Hendon, we wish her well. A stalwart of the campaign to save The Midland hotel
Today, we said farewell to Rev. Julia- she will be missed and we are so grateful for her ministry here. An ambassador of Christ pic.twitter.com/7ZVXxYvCjS— St John's West Hendon (@StJohnsWH) October 25, 2020
4. Ever wondered why your Thameslink Train was terminated at Mill Hill for a problem south of the river, thanks to Paul Barber for the explanation
Nowhere to stable the train once it gets through London— Paul Barber (@Oldtraindriver) October 24, 2020
So terminating at mill hill or kentish town allows the train to stable in the sidings at cricklewood https://t.co/66ajKEC9xA
5. Want a copy of Black History month magazine for free?
In London #BlackHistoryMonth #Magazine is available free in #sainsburys #Tesco #ASDA #morrisons in stores in #London #brixton #Walthamstow #Wembley #WoodGreen #Haringey #Edmonton #Neasden #Cricklewood #Kilburn #Brent #NewCross #peckham #Catford #Hammersmith https://t.co/CROLSUYWeY— Black History Month 2020 (@BhmUK) October 22, 2020
6. Don't mess with the security team at the Mitre if you know what's good for you! But if you play the game they will make you most welcome!
The Mitre Security Team having a break. pic.twitter.com/iyTq1FV6df— MitreGary (@mitrebarnet) October 25, 2020
7. Samuel is a friend of the this blog and we support his campaign
In a Climate and ecological emergency how can we continue to build on Green Belted Land? My patch the Totteridge Valley is facing this threat. This isn't just a local wildlife issue, but residents face losing an area which helped so many during lockdown!https://t.co/3mfu08tuoj— Samuel Levy (@FinchleyBirder) October 24, 2020
8. A magnificent gesture of local community leadership
9. This is a fascinating Tweet. One of the few world class scientific institutes still in the Borough of Barnet following the departure of the NIMR
The virus research laboratory still exists in Colindale, North West London, albeit in a more modern structure. Curiously, it is very close to where the British Newspaper Library was. My scientifically accurate red arrow here indicates where the BNL - which we used greatly - was. https://t.co/XYvPxzQFvK pic.twitter.com/nJRzLRwWa2— Royal Free 1955 (@RFH1955) October 21, 2020
10. We do hope everyone is supporting the work of our local foodbank. Here is one way you can contribute
Thats all folks!
We are supporting @MarcusRashford and his campaign for free meals for hungry kids in school holidays. In support of this we are holding a collection for our local foodbank in Colindale @ColindaleFB this weekend. Please drop off non perishable groceries. https://t.co/ur4dYcjCeb— #MillHillMusicComplex (@MillHillMusicCo) October 23, 2020