What’s happened this fortnight 12th August 2018

Wingmans keeps going from strength to strength and have been awarded 1st place for best buffalo wings at Wingfest!

Philip San Sushi and Japanese restaurant at 227 Kilburn High Road received a good review.

Ever been interested in pottery or ceramics? You can do classes here in Kilburn.

Another fire in Kilburn, this time in the ceiling of TK Maxx.

Well done to Ricardo Dos Santos, an ex pupil of Kilburn Park School, for making it into the final of the 400m at the European Championships.

Fancy a great afternoon tea? Head to Maison Vie (£13 for 2).

The Earl of Derby 155 Kilburn High Road will be holding Karaoke, Open Mic, DJ and band nights.

Belsize Road has been closed for weeks due to numerous water mains bursts. Please be aware of the closure (from Monday 13th August) of West End Lane northbound from Blackburn Road to Iverson Road. General traffic will be diverted via Quex Road, Kilburn High Road and Iverson Road. Buses will be diverted via Finchley Road. Expect higher levels of traffic for 6 weeks.

It’s good to see some arrests have been made over the spate of robberies in West Hampstead.

Watch out for the new exhibition at the Kingsgate Project space coming soon.

Yet more redevelopment is planned for South Kilburn.

The bike ride planned on 12th August, has been postponed to the 19th August.

Looking for work? Kiln Theatre is hiring. The community association for West Hampstead is also after a manager.

Have you ever tried the local Brazilian Kaipiras? There’s a great review of it. It’s been one of our local fave’s for years.

Rauch church has finally made good on some of their planning application promises and have installed a bike rack

Have you heard the story about a used car salesman from Kilburn who became a millionaire? Read about him and some other colourful locals here.

Look how lovely the Kilburn high road used to be before traffic, shop extensions, A boards and other general clutter took over…

And it’s even further saddening to see what the Kilburn square used to look like.

Kilburn High Road was busy in the 1950’s with fruit and veg sellers.

We think the 3 different sets of lights on the High Road should be replaced by these to reduce street clutter and enhance the High Road. What do you think?

Want to help set policing priorities for Kilburn? Next meeting on 22nd August.

Want to know more about the Kilburn’s Animal War Memorial Dispensary? Shame it is now closed but the plaque is still outside 10 Cambridge Avenue.

Free music course at the Granville from September for teenagers.

Regular Events

Monday Nights: comedy/show nights at the North London Tavern, Open Mic at Sir Colin Campbell

Tuesday Nights  quiz at the Black Lion Kilburn and at the Priory Tavern.

Wednesday nights:  open mic  at the Earl of Derby

Thursday nights: Open Mic at the North London Tavern, Karaoke at the Earl of Derby

Friday nights:  Live Irish Music at Sir Colin Campbelllive music at the North London Tavern, Karaoke nights at the Cock Tavern, band night at Earl of Derby

Saturday nights: Live Irish Music at Sir Colin Campbell, retro evenings at the North London Tavern, DJ night at Earl of Derby.

Sunday nights:  quiz at the North London Tavern, Live Irish Music at Sir Colin Campbell

Saturday from 11am to 1pm Gardening in the St Cuthberts garden

What is happening this week

18th August- Restart party at the Abbey Community Centre to get your electrical items fixed

19th August – There is a FREE guided tour to learn about Kilburn’s history and secrets.

19th August- Camden cyclists bike ride to the country.

What is happening a bit later

22nd August – safer neighbourhood Kilburn meeting at 6:30pm

24th August- Opening of new exhibition at Kingsgate project Space featuring pieces from Leon Kossoff

26th August – Carnival party at the North London Tavern

1st September Restart Party at Kingsgate Community Centre to get your electrical items fixed

12th September is enrolment day at the Sidings Community Centre. There’s a wide range from fitness classes, to sewing, childcare courses and computer courses.

16th September Queens Park Day

13th October at 7.30pm Immersive sound projection in St Augustine Church.

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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