What’s happened this fortnight 29th September 2019

Sadly there was a stabbing on the 21st September in Kilburn square. A 16 year old boy was stabbed. A further 3 stabbing incidents happened on 22nd September in Kilburn. If you have any information please contact Crime Stoppers on 0800555111 or here. We wish that the promise made in September 2018 by Inspector Berns to have more cooperation between Policing units in Kilburn finally materialises. Please help keep our commuity safe and report crime (including drug use and dealing, reselling of stolen goods, shop lifting and Anto Social Behaviour). This can be done using 999 or online here. IT IS IMPORTANT, AS IF IT IS NOT REPORTED IT DOES NOT EXIST AND SCARCE POLICE RESOURCES ARE DIVERTED TO OTHER AREAS.

Graham Norton revealed that he was even once stabbed in Kilburn…

The Traid shop in Kilburn was featured in British Vogue. Read about the window dresser who creates amazing designs on the mannequins here. We spotted the master in action here.

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What’s happened this fortnight 15th September 2019

Thank you to Brent Council for fixing up the base of this tree in front of 330 Kilburn High Road. One more small improvement made along the high road.

What excellent weather for an excellent day in Queen’s Park! The apple/pear juice from transition Kensal to Kilburn was delicious.

A man was caught selling chainsaws on the high road. We were glad to hear the police were swiftly on their way.

Herbert Brown (Pawn Brokers) at 306 Kilburn High Road have closed for good.

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What’s happened this fortnight 1st September 2019

A new takeaway called ‘Fancy Italian‘ has opened up on Willesden Lane.

The planning application for change of use of McGoverns pub Cricklewood to a restaurant has been withdrawn by the applicant. So does this mean that Spicy Basil aren’t opening in Cricklewood?

The Black Lion Kilburn are looking to rent out their kitchen. An opportunity for a pop-up restaurant?

Snappy Snaps hasn’t closed in Kilburn after all. The previous operator was a franchisee. It is now operated directly by Snappy Snaps.

At last, the 3 year old dead Christmas tree has been removed from Il’ Korner’s window at 218 Kilburn High Road. No new tenant though…

If some of you ever wondered wether Ariana I did really exist in Manahattan, well here is the proof it does.

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