What’s happened this week 27th May 2018

On Thursday 24th May it was all about bees at Brondesbury Park station, where a lovely garden is maintained by volunteers. They even had freebies.

Another new restaurant is opening, where Efes cafe used to be, next to the Black Lion. Will it last longer than the previous one?

The sign has gone up for Wingmans. They are opening next week, with no set date but will definitely be opened by next week-end.

And a new co working office space is about to open on the high road.

Did you enjoy the thunderstorm on Saturday night? A grand final to a noisy day.

Maryam Eslamdoust, Camden Kilburn Councillor was selected as Deputy Mayor for Camden Council.

Ever wanted to know how to pronounce “Brondesbury”?

Another weekend, another football fan invasion. It’s great to see the pubs are busy but their security staff should ensure patrons don’t impact on others, such as blocking the entrance to Kilburn Grange Park

Eating at Ariana II can be…. life changing?

Planning comments on the Brent Council planning website have strangely disappeared with only the addresses of those who have commented remaining. A move towards more transparency from Brent Council? We don’t think so… Please do object to the redevelopment of The Good Ship site. The deadline is 30th May. The Kilburn Neighbourhood Plann Forum have objected, and you can see their objection here.

Good news! Camden Council have agreed to clean up under the bridges by Kilburn Station to remove bird mess  and graffiti on their side of the Kilburn High road. Will Brent council do the same for the other side?

Are the chips at North London Tavern sooooooo good?

Some lovely pictures of St Augustine Church.

Kingsgate Project Space opened their new exhibition ( until 23rd June) and their new billboard was revealed this week.

Could Kilburn again host a music festival like this one? It was in October 2010.

Another reminder of Kilburn’s Music history. And comparative pictures of the Kilburn High Road (past and present)

To finish our history part, Dick Weindling has written a post about a Man with 4 lives. Kilburn had some interesting characters…

What is happening this week

28th May. Best (residents association) BIG LUNCH at Charteris Sports Centre, from Noon. All welcome.

28th May-Monday Nights are Playwright nights at the North London Tavern

There are fencing classes for kids 28th May to 1st June in St Mary’s Church

28th May Open Mic Night at The Sir Colin Campbell

29th May- Quiz night at the Black Lion

30th May from 8pm Quiz night at the Sir Colin Campbell

31st May- Open Mic night at the North London Tavern from 7.30pm

1st June the OK club near Kilburn Park tube is having a FREE Multi-Sport Youth Tournament. LBA will be focusing on the basketball side

2nd June from 12pm to 3pm is the Fordwych Road Association summer fair.

2nd June Interested in trying out or getting back into playing hockey? There is an open day at the West Hampstead Hockey Club for members and non members.

3rd June Sunday nights are quiz nights at the North London Tavern.

And May is still “walking” month

What is happening a bit later

There is a FREE 10 week art course starting the 4th June

7th June, 1.30pm  at Kingsgate Community Centre screening of “Moulin Rouge” for £0.50 organised by KOVE.

7th June 7.45pm at Kingsgate Community Centre- Open meeting of Transition Kensal to Kilburn– Join to find out about possible projects to improve our neighbourhood.

12th June – 11th July. Always  wanted to know how to carve a spoon? Then this course is for you

Saturday 23rd June from 1pm to 3pm free guided walk of Kilburn, but you need to register. It’s titled “Kilburn surprises and secrets- a rich history and cultures”

23rd June. There is another open day at the West Hampstead Hockey Club for members and non members.

22-24th June Kingsgate Project Space open studios weekend. Great events and workshops are planned (make a musical instrument, try some pottery or etching, hear some talks or do a tour), a full list here. Additionally there will be a street party on Kingsgate Road.

30th June-1st July Queens Park book fest. Local author Zadie Smith will be attending. Tickets  are now on sale.

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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