Sunday, 31 January 2021

The Tweets of the week in the London Borough of Barnet - 31/1/2021

We are already one twelfth of the way through the year, can you believe it. Time flies when you are, um, er, well you know. Despite the lockdown, we have an interesting and eclectic mixture of Tweets this week. So without further ado...

1. Mill Hill's favourite Irish resident has been granted the Freedom of the City of London. we look forward to the Morris Minor being loaded with his sheep for the Lord Mayor's Parade

2. Need a covid test? Here are the local testing centres

3. I've played football on these fields many times, but I don't ever remember them looking like this. I used to love the cold wind whipping off the Welsh Harp whilst putting a crunching reducer tackle. Those were the days

4. A classic British response!

5. Another great wildlife shot from Samuel Levy. It's amazing what is on our doorstep

6. This is a great community initiative in Cricklewood

7. Some great music from Golders Green Hippodrome back in the day. Billy Duffy is one of our fave guitarists.

8. A sad moment for all of us football fans. Not Barnet but close enough by to warrant inclusion

9. This is a great tweet. I love the fact that we are now sharing our collections via Twitter

10. Who didn't want one of these when they were a nipper?

That's all folks!

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