What’s happened this fortnight 6th January 2019

We would like to wish you all a healthy and happy New Year 2019.  2018 has seen some improvements to Kilburn with new shops and restaurants openings, the resurfacing of Kilburn High Road and of course the re-opening of our Theatre and Cinema.

With your help, we can make Kilburn better, by shopping and eating locally, reporting street issues and using our wonderful community facilities.

We have several communtiy centres that provide a wealth of activities, free or low cost, that could help you stay fit and healthy and meet your neighbours. Below are links so you can explore.

Sidings Community Centre ( enrolment 9th January from 10m to 3pm)

Kingsgate Community Centre

Abbey Community Centre

Charteris Sports Centre

Shak and Arc Youth Club

 The Granville

Sadly a man was killed in a third floor flat fire at Windmill Court. The air Ambulance landed in Brondesbury Bowls club.

Sadiq Khan came to see White Teeth in Kilburn. “Approaching Empty” is starting next week at the Kiln. Get your reduced price tickets before they run out. The controversy about the name change continues after talks between the campaigners and the theatre have halted.

The Limebikes have created contoversy, but their number seems to have gone down in Kilburn.

Rod Stewart saw his first music show in Kilburn at the State.

The Wine Market at 356 Kilburn High Road has closed for good. Oakam (money lenders)  at 159 Kilburn High Road have also closed.

And do not dump your Christmas tree. There are several recycling points in Brent and Camden. Grange Park, Queens Park and Streatley Road pocket park are recycling points. Alternatively we have heard that the goats at Kentish Town Farm would love to nibble on your tree…

Recycle your broken small electrical items at the Kiln until 13th January

Philip San Sushi received a 5 stars Hygiene rating and offer an all you can eat lunch for £19.95 in January

Free Yoga at Templar house community hall  every Tuesday has started again.

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. Comedy at the North London Tavern.

Wednesday nights:  open mic  at the Earl of Derby, Swing dance at the North London Tavern

Thursday Day:  Watling Gardens gardening club 10am -11:30am
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 and Live Music at Maison Vie.

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 fortnight

8th January  7pm  BRAT meeting at the ICMP

8th January 12-4pm HS2 dropping event at the Granville

9th January “Approaching Empty” first performance at the Kiln

9th January Enrolment at Sidings Community Centre for new term

What is happening a bit later

24th January – an 8 week complementary therapies course on Thursdays 1 – 3pm

6th February- Brent Connects Kilburn meeting at the Granville

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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