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Cricklewood Library Fundraising Ceilidh, 22 Sept. Flyer
Garage Sale in aid of Cricklewood Library. This Sunday 24 Sept, 10am-2pm outside the library (Olive Road opposite Gladstone Park). Proceeds towards the crowdfunding drive. Mix of books, clothes, household items, CDs, etc. More info from Wendy Tyrrell, 07815 502024.
St Gabriel’s Festival Sunday: Church and Grounds Open Day – Sun 24 September 10.30am - 3.30pm; all welcome – come and look round and enjoy: Tower tours, Bouncy Ark, History tours, Café (with home-made cakes), Window trail, Thought for the Day, Lunchtime BBQ burgers, Fairtrade stall and more! with special guests: Ebony Steel Band
Electric vehicle charging point. Walm lane. Consultation document
Events at West Hampstead: (at Emmanuel Church, Lyncroft Gardens)
Volunteers Supporting Families. Hannah Scotten, Project Officer, Brent Volunteers Supporting Families (contact 07808 862 091) is looking for volunteers. The volunteers come from all walks of life and would be supporting and empowering others which in turn will help to build stronger communities.
"This is a great way for people to build their skills and to help others" Below is some further information about the project
"We recruit, train and support volunteers to mentor and support families with complex needs, such as alcohol or substance misuse where children are at risk of significant harm through neglect. They make weekly visits to the families building up a strong relationship with the parent/s, listening to problems and offering practical help. Run in partnership with Brent council to target families most in need of support, our volunteers help keep families together and reduce the number of children being put on child protection plans and child in need plans. By improving parenting skills, reducing isolation and improving the quality of family life the reliance on social care services is reduced." More information
Kilburn tube gardening: Sun 3 Sept (and the first Sunday of every month) from 11am-12.30pm. Join the volunteers who tidy and look after the beds – no gardening experience needed. Tell staff so you don’t need to use your Oyster card to get in and meet up at the beds on the platform. Email Michael.email@example.com or join http://ttkensaltokilburn.ning.com/group/kilburnstationplanters
Swim/bike/run event organised by Willesden Triathlon Club, Sunday 17 September at Willesden Sports Centre. Choice of aquathlon (swim/run), aquabike (swim/bike) and triathlon (swim/bike/run). Details at http://willesdentriathlon.co.uk/events/.
Big Fruit Pick
at Fryent Country Park.
Saturday 30th September
10am to about
1pm: a highlight of the year when we'll be harvesting from
some of the 900 fruit trees in Fryent Country Park followed by a
picnic in the park. Last year we picked 600kg
in two hours! All are welcome to join us for this pick and
get together. See what happened last year
Watling Gardens safety. See Brent Briefing notes.
Pimp a bus stop. Willesden Green Town Team have project to brighten up and green the street scene. If you are interested and wish to support it / see pictures see: Pimp A Bus-Stop
Local Pilates classes.
For details and to book a place call or email Miranda 07973 158 138/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Guitar lessons at Ashford Place from Tuesday 30 may. Flyer
Keyes Rd/ Walm lane cycle scheme. diagram
Exercise class. Jenny’s class at Willesden Sports Centre. Started Thursday 12 Jan but join any Thursday 12.45 to 1.45. 'Slow the aging process, improve your strength, energy levels, balance and all over fitness in a friendly session for the older adult. Free – just turn up.
Anthya Cohen's Autobiography "Overture and Beginners Please. An Autobiography in Five Movements" is available for sale on Amazon. Anthya, who has lived in Mapesbury for 30 years is also known as the international pianist Anthya Rael. The book tells the story of her childhood in South Africa, how her family, friends and teachers, together with turbulent historical events, shaped her life and led her in 1950 to bomb-damaged London. Here she met and married the violinist Raymond Cohen and developed a successful concert career.
The book is available
from Amazon, both as a paperback and an e book but can also be purchased
from Anthya Cohen at 07791 622 527 or email@example.com
Walking Wednesday. Initiative from Ashford Place. Join them for a weekly walk for wellbeing. Meet outside Ashford Place, 60 Ashford Road at 12.00. Walk to Gladstone Park and back to Ashford Place for a healthy lunch. Poster
Local Choir. The Fortune Green choir (started off as a MapRA choir and still has many of our people in it) started new term on Tuesday Sept 13th. But can still join. Tuesday nights 7pm to 830pm. Wide range of music; no audition – all welcome. Emmanuel church in West Hampstead. Details on their website:
Coles Green Tennis club
We are a small friendly local tennis club with three courts, a clubhouse and bar. Every Sunday we have social tennis from 2.30 and welcome potential new members to come down and have a game.
Every Saturday morning there are tennis lessons at only £3 for children, starting at 9.30 10.30 for 5-7 years, 10.30-11.30 8-10 years and 10+ at 11.30-12.30. Alex 07973 417936
Pilates class, Swiss Cottage. This class is under threat as the community centre is increasing the rental charge. Swiss Cottage Community Centre (3 mins from tube) 7pm every Wed, £10, no need to pay in advance or sign up to anything, just turn up. (Classes continue right through summer.)
Parkrun. Gladstone park. 9am each Saturday. Now in 5th year. More at: http://www.parkrun.org.uk/gladstone/
Yoga for beginners and improvers; Ashford Place. 60 Ashford Road. new classes starting 24 May (6pm-7pm) and 27 May (1030-1130). Yoga classes for the community twice a week. Wear relaxed, light clothing to explore traditional yoga classes in a relaxed, friendly environment, building strength and stamina. (first class free, then £5). More
Dementia Café in Ashford Place. (60 Ashford Road) Drop in Tuesdays 2pm-4pm. The aim is to provide people who live with dementia as well as other mental health issues, their carers and families an opportunity to gather in an informal, relaxed and friendly atmosphere and meet other people in similar circumstances. For more information contact Danny Maher Tel : 020 8208 8591 Mob: 07595 631 167
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org.
Service guide to refuse collection. (note 7meg)
Cricklewood Market; Friday and Saturdays; Cricklewood Lane. Tropical fruit; organic fruit and juice (Friday only). Fashion and accessories stall by a Cricklewood resident. Bakery, Organic meat, poultry and veegetables, artisan cakes, street foods, floral, fashion and holistic stalls. Alistair Lambert has artistically dressed the public square in vibrant colours Your local market needs your support.
"Shut up and Write" is moving. To the Crown Moran Hotel. They have provided a private room for each Monday a6 6.15pm (either Camden or Brfent Room). If you are interested in being part of Creative Cricklewood's writing group, to meet weekly to write together for 90 mins; register on the meet-up page and come along any Monday..
Indoor tennis for Children. At uPlay tennis, we are working alongside Brent Council to try to get people out playing our sport in the borough. We are running free courses for schools and we're running programmes at some of Brent's park sites. At the moment during the Winter period, we are running indoor tennis courses for children at Willesden Sports Centre. To find out more details about coaching and to book a court in Brent, please visit our website www.uplaytennis.com. Andy Wicks (updated 10/10/14)
Crowd funding support for Ashford Place. Rough sleeping in Brent has increased 671% in four years. 20 people are found sleeping rough every week in Brent by our outreach team. There is no direct access accommodation in the borough for them. AP is raising funds for an all-year-round shelter, so that AP services can offer a complete route from homelessness into independent living. Please circulate to friends, relatives, anyone you think might help our project. Any contribution is much appreciated. tinyurl.com/roughsleepingbrent. Received 1/9/14
Capoeira in NW2: Give it a try! Capoeira, the Afro-Brazilian martial art, will make you fit, fast and flexible. Beginners welcome, experts too, in this new group. First session (free) on Thursday 31 July, 6-8pm, at Gladstone Community Centre, 162 Anson Rd. London NW2 6BH. Wear flat trainers, loose cotton trousers, and a t-shirt. Contact Andre (Monitor Macaco Velho) on 07908607705. See you there. Received 1/8/14
Irish dance classes. Run by local member Katie Hefferan. From Beginners to Advanced (4 years and above). Tuesdays 6.15-7.15pm; Saturdays 10.30-11.30am. At Manor School, Chamberlayne Road, NW10/ Details Katie on 07854 151654 (received 2/3/13)
lessons. Friendly, encouraging and experienced teacher. All ages
welcome. Beginners welcome. Electric or acoustic. Teaching is
designed to suit you. You will learn at a pace you are comfortable
and happy with. Learn your favourite songs. Styles covered
include rock, reggae, blues, indie, punk and ska.
Fostering and adoption appeal. Could you change the life of a child? See info (received 19/9/12)
Free debt counselling available in Cricklewood. Christians Against Poverty (CAP) has a debt-counselling centre in your residents area. CAP provide this service in partnership with St. Gabriel's church, Cricklewood. CAP is an award winning charity that offers free, face-to-face debt counselling to all. Our personal and long-term approach empowers people to get out of debt and learn budgeting skills with great success. Almost 90% of our clients pay all their bills and debts on time every month, with the same number saying that our help was life transforming or a great help.
We assist people to become in control of their finances and start paying back their debts. Debt can have a devastating effect on people’s lives, causing rent arrears, eviction, relationship breakdown or even suicide. CAP’s vision is to help vulnerable people and specifically those who are struggling due to the effects of unmanageable debt. Debbie Davies (received 3/07/12)
car boot sale. Every Sunday 9am - 2pm. By 110 Walm Lane (opposite WG tube). Entrance 50p children free. contact 07549 100 760 (from leaflet)
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Noctule bat. See bat walk
Chris and Miranda's garden in 2016
Flavour lounge stall
Chris Brambley - singer / songwriter at Flavour lounge
Tropical fruit at Cricklewood market
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