What’s happened this fortnight 3rd March 2019

We found the resting place of the creator of Paddington Bear, Michael Bond, in Paddington Old Cemetery in Kilburn off Willesden Lane.

We also attended and helped run workshops at the first meeting for helping to improve Kilburn’s night time economy. In attendance were officials from both Brent and Camden, the police, local businesses and representatives of local residents association. We hope this is the first of more to come and look forward to sharing the outcomes and improvements that will come to Kilburn. During this meeting, it was confirmed that Brent have approved 2 pots of money to improve wayfinding and lighting under the bridges by Kilburn station and to commission street art at key locations.

Have you got tickets to see Kiln’s latest production The Son? It’s been recommended by the Guardian, Metro, Evening Standard and New Statesman!

The best shop window display goes to Traid again this fortnight with an homage to Karl Lagerfeld. The Three shop window was a strong contender. Continue reading What’s happened this fortnight 3rd March 2019

What’s happened this fortnight 17th February 2019

After the snow came the sun…

The price for “best window display” this fortnight goes to TRAID.

The Sir Colin Campbell Pub has been nominated for pub of the Year award by CAMRA. If you are a CAMRA member please vote for them by 23rd February. And if you fancy a pub crawl, CAMRA are organising one on 23rd February. Continue reading What’s happened this fortnight 17th February 2019