What’s happened this week 8th July 2018

This week was about… Football, and next week will be about Football…

It did not stop us attending both the Jester Festival on Fortune Green and the mini festival at Grange Park, where the highlight, apart from the talented ICMP students was our tennis coach turning into a singer.

The KNPF had their members meeting where the new Kilburn Town Centre manager announced bids for new murals, while the Kilburn Times reported on  Brent’s lack of interest in maintaining our existing mural by Kilburn station. Also news is that Brent are appointing a Marketing Agency to promote Kilburn.

Wingmans had a mention in @designmynight.

Traid always delight us with their shop window displays.

On Tuesday,  the year old,  Ballymore flats in West Hampsted behind the M&S had some balconies catch fire from a cigarette butt that wasn’t properly extinguished. This caused traffic chaos and prevented some emergency vehicles being able to access the scene.

Bouncy boots were back in Maygrove Park. If you’re interested in doing some exercise that’s a little bit different, check out the info here.

The shared workspace that has never opened is for sale along with 16 flats .

Squatters in the old job centre are facing eviction.

Thanks very much to the Good Gym Brent for volunteering and watering the community gardens at the Abbey Community Centre. Good Gym is a great way to get fit while volunteering at the same time.

Michael Lawson visited Folkies Music.

Express yourself… through dance! Check out the weekly dance expression classes every Tuesday 11-12:30pm at the Kingsgate community centre. They also have other classes such as Zumba and art classes. Check out their website for more info.

A kids scooter was lost from Templar House….and happily found again.

Did you know Kilburn has a room escape game venue?

Abbey Community Centre is offering a large number of events and courses. Check out their newletter.

This weeks BRAT meeting was cancelled due to lower numbers than usual as England were playing. New date is the 10th July at the ICMP.

The South Kilburn Trust is recruiting for a facilities assitant and are looking for new Trustees.

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

13th July at 7pm- Irish music and poetry at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Quex Rd, Kilburn, London NW6 4PS Free entry – donations gratefully accepted

14th July from 7pm  – Park Life Singers Choir in Mapesbury Dell. A jolly evening of wine and song.

What is happening a bit later

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

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

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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