What’s happened this week 8th April 2018

Ariana 2 restaurant received another positive mention this week by KERB who rated it as one of their top 100 restaurants in London.

The Priory Tavern Belsize Road reopened this week after a refurbishment and has relaunched with a new menu too.

A newcomer to our neighbourhood Kilburn Arms, previously the Prince of Wales on Willesden Lane, reopened this week-end after a £750k refurb. It will also now feature an ‘artisan fish and chip shop‘.

What do you love or hate about the Kilburn High Road? This is the last week for you to add your feedback to Brent Council here. The deadline has been extended to the 13th April and the more comments there are, the more chances there are to make Kilburn even greater.

If you have missed the gardening session at Kilburn tube station this week-end, do not worry the next one is 6th May at 11am!

Also on the green fingers front, if you have some time on Thursday the 12th April you can volunteer to help in lovely Kilburn Grange Park.

Fancy a bit of Irish dancing and music? This is where you need to head to on 28th April

Carluccio’s has opened a 3,000sq ft restaurant and deli in the London Marriott Hotel. The restaurant can be accessed via the hotel or its own entrance on Kilburn High Road.

Got a piece of broken electrical equipement or electronics, and have missed the last Restart event at Kingsgate Community Centre on 7th April, do not throw it away and make your way to the next event on 21st April at Abbey  Community Centre.

The Tricycle Cinema will broadcast RSC Live Macbeth on Wed 11th

Londonist recommends the Black Lion, Earl Derby, North London Tavern and Priory Tavern as the best local pubs. Do you agree?

Want to influence the way Brent allocates its “Borough of Culture” funds, then attend the Brent Connect Kilburn Event on 17th April and make sure that Kilburn is allocated some of the funds.

Why not take a look at what the Kingsgate Project Space is offering this week and visit this great cultural venue

Want to hear some music performed by songwriting students? Head to the North London Tavern on Tuesday night the 10th.

A lot of pothole discussions this week, but great news is that the Kilburn High Road is one of the two principal roads submitted by Brent to TFL for resurfacing. Let’s all cross our fingers…( by the way Brent maintain Kilburn High Road from Willesden Lane to Kilburn station, while Camden maintain Kilburn High Road from Willesden Lane to the bottom of the High road, in case you ever wondered. So now you know who to contact to report an issue!).

Did you know that Kilburn used to be called Kilborn and Willesden Lane used to be called Maw & Lane? Have a look at this 1790 map. Tweeted by @SirWilliamD

There is a free bike maintenance workshop at the Sidings Community Centre on Tuesday night.

And finally….The Hampstead Cricket Club in nearby West Hampstead is hosting a free opening evening on the 24th April if you’re interested in playing women’s cricket. Open to beginners or experienced players.

Kilburn Loves

The annual Love London Timeout Awards are on. Ariana 2 is hoping to win 3 times in a row. Other local fave’s already listed to choose from include the Tricycle theatre and cinema, Hart & Lova, Kilburn Library or the Kilburn Grange Park. Which local favourite will you vote for?

If you have news, an event, some local history or just a favourite corner of Kilburn you’d like to share please email us news@lifeinkilburn.com or tweet to @lifeinkilburn

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