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Christmas Church Services and Events this December 2023.
Saying a big thank you and au revoir to Bob Burstow for all he has done for our local business and community at last nights local business seasonal get together at the warm and welcoming Ora bar and coffee shop at the junction of Barnet High Street and St Albans Rd

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Thank you Bob Burstow. You are a legend sir!!!❤️

😀👍👏 Great Man

Barnet Christmas Fayre is this Sunday 12-5pm.   Take a  look at the pictures for all the amazing things happening all around High Barnet including the High Street, The Spires, The Bull Theatre, Local Churches, and the College.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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It looks great!

Fab I love watching the choirs 😍

Looking forward to it!

Ongoing disruptions for residents of Salisbury Road.

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looking a bit better than this today

Stunning morning.
WrapUp London has become one of the largest winter volunteering events in London, with people coming together to help those most in need.
Last year with your help Libraries collected over 400 coats!
Coats can be for adults or children. They just need to be warm and preloved. You can drop off a coat during staffed opening hours at Childs Hill, Chipping Barnet, Colindale, Edgware, Finchley Church End, Hendon and North Finchley Libraries until Sunday 3 December.

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A great initiative I saw them last week at Moorgate tube collecting coats.

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The council have now advised that overnight work is required on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th from 8pm to 5am. The affected roads are:
1. St Albans Road from junction with High St and the Borough boundary
2. Salisbury Road from junction with Staplyton Rd to High St.
3. Stapylton Rd between The Drive and Carnarvon Rd.
When completed this should ease the pressure on local roads especially Alston Rd. However, in our view lights and/or a one-way system should be considered for Alston especially in the morning and evening rush hours.
*Please note this is in addition to the tree set of roadworks that Herts Council are currently undertaking on St Albans Rd.Image attachmentImage attachment
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