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HAMPSTEAD GARDEN SUBURB
  • Golders Green Station Planning Brief

    TFL have asked Barnet to preparing a planning brief to help shape any future development of Golders Green Bus & Underground Stations, the marshalling yard, depot and sidings. A local action group has been formed to co-ordinate response. A meeting of residents has been arranged for Thursday 27 April 2017 at 7.30pm in Fellowship House, 136A Willifield Way, NW11 6YD providing an opportunity to hear more and decide how to express your opinion.
  • Music on a spring evening

    HGS Fellowship presents The Art of Love. Telling the story of Alma Mahler's early life: her study with Alexander Zemlinsky, her marriage to Gustav Mahler and her tempestuous affair with the painter Oskar Kokoschka. Incorporating music by Alma and Gustav Mahler, Zemlinsky and Wagner. Text by Barry Millington. Rozanna Madylus mezzo-soprano and Counterpoise. Saturday 6th May at 7.30pm. Fellowship House, 136a Willifield Way NW11 6YD. See details.
  • HGS Email Groups Registration

    A recent problem with the HGS e-mail groups registration has resulted in some registration requests not been processed correctly. If you have recently registered but are still unable to access the email groups please contact admin@hgs.com. Thank you.

  • HGS Community Learning Network - New Courses

    • The British on the Grand Tour - examining both the art made for 18th century British travellers to Italy on the Grand Tour and the artefacts that they collected on their voyages and stays in Rome, Naples and Venice.
    • Art & Ideas - An introduction to drawing, painting, sculpture & architecture in early 20th Century Europe
    • Abstract Art & Mixed Media - An exciting & flexible introduction to using different materials & techniques
    • Introduction to Film Studies - the course aims to enhance participants' appreciation and understanding of the genres, movements and history of cinema
    For details of these and many other classes available in the Suburb see hgs.org.uk/learning.
  • HGS Email Groups Registration

    A recent problem with the HGS e-mail groups has resulted in some registration requests not been processed correctly. If you have recently registered but are still unable to access the email groups please contact admin@hgs.com. Thank you.

Hampstead Garden Suburb is located in North West London, England, approximately 7 miles from the centre of London. Founded in 1907 by Dame Henrietta Barnett, it is internationally recognised as one of the finest examples of early twentieth century domestic architecture and town planning, and home to approximately 13,000 people.
LOCAL EVENTS
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HGS Astronomical Society Speaker to be confirmed - Wednesday 26 April
7:30pm at Free Church Hall. Venue: The Oriel Room, Free Church Hall, Northway NW11. Details...
The Regents Canal and Museum - Thursday 27 April
8pm. Venue: Avenue (Stephens ) House, East End Road N3 3QE. Speaker - Roger Squires..Presented by The Finchly Society Admission £2 non-members.To book 020 8883 3381.
Highgate Gallery ALTERED STATES an exhibition of paintings by Karen Loader - Friday 28 April to Thursday 11 May
Karen Loader's work explores ideas around the philosophy of perception. Aiming for a poetic rather than a narrative interpretation of place, her geometric paintings take inspiration from the urban rhythms and architecture of London. Details...
Free Church Recital by the Haywood Trio - Friday 28 April
1pm at Free Church. Lunch in support of Christian Aid served at 12.15 Details...
Residents Association Council Meeting - Tuesday 2 May
8pm at Fellowship House. Hear Suburb issues debated and raise your concerns at Question Time (8.05pm). Details...
FELLOWSHIP HOUSE CLUB - EVERY FRIDAY - Friday 5 May
Enjoy an hour of classical music on disc, followed by a friendly cup of tea. Admission for members £1. Details...
Free Church Traidcraft Sale, Clothing Exchange and Coffee Morning - Saturday 6 May
10:30am at Free Church. Details...
Free Church Mental Health Awareness Week - Monday 8 to Sunday 14 May
Daily activities in the Free Church, including coffee mornings, information about resources in Barnet for mental wellbeing, health and illness, carers group, bereavement group, fitness, meditation & mindfulness. Seminar "Spirituality & Mental Illness" led by Rev Dr Ian Tutton Details...
Free Church Mental Health Awareness Week - Ecucation Session and Q&A - Tuesday 9 May
7:30pm to 9pm at Free Church Hall. Session led by Prof Tim Kendall, Lead Psychiatrist, NHS England Details...
Garden Suburb Theatre Neighbourhood Watch by Alan Ayckbourn - Thursday 11 to Saturday 13 May
7:30pm. Veue: The Bull Theatre, 68 High Street, Barnet EN5 5SJ. Bluebell Hill Development is a wonderful place in which to live, until an innocent mistake leads to the residents taking extreme measures to protect themselves. In this play, highly topical, given recent political events, Ayckbourn suggests that the biggest threat to the neighbourhood is not the danger that lies outside it, but the fear that spreads within it. With some blissful comic moments, love at first sight, affairs, medieval torture devices and gnomes, there really is something for everyone. Admission £12/£10. To book 020 7723 6609/ www.ticketsource.co.uk/gardensuburbtheatre