What’s happened this week 15th July 2018

A few of us were quite annoyed by the frequent and very low flights of helicopters and Ospreys accompanying the Trump’s visit. What a racket…

Morrocan Deli at 269 Kilburn High Road opened.

Kamayan Filipino restaurant at 227 Kilburn High Road is undergoing refurbishment and promises to offer sushi.

Quartieri received a mention in Harden’s Guide and will be running a pizza and pasta course on 28th July. Don’t forget to book if you are interested.

Creams at 182 Kilburn High Road finally opened this week.

The Kingsgate Project Space is hosting a new exhibition until 28th July.

Young entrepreneurs (up to 18) will be showcasing their work at the Granville on 29th July.

BRAT released a letter from the Kiln (Tricycle) Theatre and Cinema giving more details about the consultation that led to the very controversial name change.

Heavy rain on Friday created chaos in Kilburn, and Kilburn Park station was flooded.

The mural by Kilburn Station was finally cleaned up by Brent Council. Thank you.

Our local fire fighters in West Hampstead raised money for charity by washing cars. Even the police took up the offer.

Mapesbury Dell park had a free choir concert on Saturday night.

Redevelopment in South Kilburn continues with 236 new residential apartments planned.

Broken electrical and electronics? head to the Restart Party next Saturday the 21st at Kingsgate Community Centre.

Some rats were spotted at this restaurant at 201 Kilburn High Road…

It’s also a shame to see these African and Brazilian local restaurants drop their food rating standard scores.

The Abbey Community Centre is looking for a new Cafe Lead.

The Sidings Community Centre is offering a holiday play scheme for 5-11 years old from 30th July to 13th August. Although the enrollment deadline has passed, may be worth contacting them if you are interested.They will also be running a Childcare level 2 course in September.

Councillor Abdirazak (Brent Kilburn Councillor) lost his space on the Brent Planning Committee.

The Local Government Secretary rejected the request for an inquiry into the approval of the Cricklewood Freight Super-Hub that will generate 400 HGV movements a day. This will no doubt increase traffic in our neighbourhood.

A new outdoor Gym was installed in the South Kilburn Open Space.

A popular instagram food blogger reviewed Wingmans. It was mostly good but they weren’t a fan of the blue cheese dressing.

Brent councillors and senior officers gathered for a photo. We could only spot 1 of our Kilburn councillors. Not sure where the other 2 were?

The Webheath Estate has new artworks. Looking good.

Regular Events

Sunday nights at 7pm are quiz nights at the North London Tavern.

Monday Nights are comedy/show nights at the North London Tavern.

Tuesday Nights are quiz nights at the Black Lion Kilburn- not this week because of football.

Thursday nights are Open Mic nights at the North London Tavern

Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights have an in house DJ at the Brondes Age pub

Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9pm, Live Irish Music at Sir Colin Campbell.

Friday nights – live music at the North London Tavern from 7pm and Karaoke nights at the Cock Tavern from 9PM

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

Saturday – retro evenings at the North London Tavern from 9pm

The first Wednesday of every month there is a board game night at the Alliance pub on Mill lane in nearby West Hampstead

The first Sunday of every month is gardening at the Kilburn Tube station 11am – 1pm. No tap in required, just tell the tube staff you’re there to garden

What is happening this week

18th July- Live screening of Juliet and Her Romeo at the Kiln (Tricycle) Cinema.

21st July 3-6pm  Restart Party at Kingsgate Community Centre. Save your electronics and electrical gadgets!

21st July – The West Hampstead Hockey Club is having an open day if you’re considering playing or getting back into hockey

What is happening a bit later

28th July 3-5pm  – there is a pizza and pasta cooking course at Quartieri

29th July Showcase of young entrepreneurs 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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