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HAMPSTEAD GARDEN SUBURB
  • Art in Fellowship

    Fellowship is pleased to present a new exhibition of the work of the late Harland Hinchcliffe (1908 - 2007), well known watercolourist and Suburb resident. This is a marvellous opportunity to acquire originals of his work. All the paintings shown are for sale; proceeds will go to two animal charities, PDSA and PETA. This free exhibition - running into March - is open at any time the building is open and the Eileen Whelan Room is not being used. Do drop in. Guaranteed opening times are on Tuesdays 2.00pm - 4.00pm, Wednesdays 6.00pm - 9.00pm and Fridays 3.00 - 4.00pm. All Suburb residents are welcome. See website: www.fellowshiphouse.co.uk.
  • Virtual Museum launched for the Suburb

    On 29th October, patron Martin Bell, launched the HGS Heritage Virtual Museum at Fellowship House and on the Internet at www.hgsheritage.org.uk. With 26 local organisations represented, the museum has a fascinating collection of photographs and documents spanning the history of the Suburb. The museum will continually evolve and the hope is to to engage the whole community to contribute memorabilia that may otherwise lie hidden away in cupboards, drawers or attics before it is lost forever. If you have items such as old photographs, documents or even physical objects that you think others may like to see they can be scanned and returned to you, or maybe you would be interested in helping, please do get in touch. Above all, enjoy a journey of discovery through our community history.
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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Fellowship Talk: My Life as the Labour Party’s Lawyer - Tuesday 20 February
2:30pm at Fellowship House. Speaker Gerald Shamash. All Suburb residents are welcome to all these talks. Admission (incl tea and biscuits) : Members £1, non Members £3. Become a Member for £20 a year. Details...
Free Church Jeremy Pinder Thompson viola and David Trafford piano - Friday 23 February
1pm at Free Church. Lunchtime concert. Lunch in support of Christian Aid served 12:15pm. Details...
Fellowship Talk: An Introduction to Aboriginal Art - Tuesday 27 February
2:30pm at Fellowship House. An illustrated talk. Speaker Dr Justin Schlicht. All Suburb residents are welcome to all these talks. Admission (incl tea and biscuits) : Members £1, non Members £3. Become a Member for £20 a year. Details...
HGS Astronomical Society - Wednesday 28 February
7:30pm at Free Church Hall. The science of the star-core and its impact on the Earth and Moon Talk by Rupert Holms at The Oriel Room, Free Church Hall, Northway NW11 7AG. Details...
Free Church Traidcraft Sale, Clothing Exchange and Coffee Morning - Saturday 3 March
10:30am at Free Church. Details...
Mill Hill Music Club present Leonore Piano Trio - Sunday 4 March
7:30pm at Henrietta Barnett School Hall. With Matthew Hunt clarinet, Benjamin Nabarro violin, Gemma Rosefield cello, Tim Horton piano. At Henrietta Barnett School Hall. Beethoven – Clarinet Trio in B flat Op. 11, Stravinsky – Soldiers Tale clarinet, violin, piano, Suk – Elegy, Mendelssohn – Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor. Admission £15 with 8-25yrs free. Michael Rawling 8959 3866 or www.millhillmusicclub.co.uk/boxoffice.htm. Details...
Fellowship Talk: The Chinese Labour Corps in the First World War - Tuesday 6 March
2:30pm at Fellowship House. Speaker Dr Frances Wood. All Suburb residents are welcome to all these talks. Admission (incl tea and biscuits) : Members £1, non Members £3. Become a Member for £20 a year. Details...
Highgate Gallery Art Exhibition: Julia Noble - “It’s just a kind of friendly relationship…..” - Friday 9 to Thursday 22 March
Julia Noble explores the tradition of abstract painting but through an unconventional use of materials. Details and poster...
Horticultural Society Quiz Night on a horticultural theme - Saturday 10 March
7:30pm at Fellowship House. A lighthearted quiz supper evening with not too much horticultural knowledge required. Tables of 4-6. Make up a table with friends and family or we can seat you. Contact Diane Berger - 020 455 0455 - for price and to book. Details...
Fellowship Talk: What is Good or Bad for our Teenagers? - Tuesday 13 March
2:30pm at Fellowship House. Speaker Professor Harry Zeitlin. All Suburb residents are welcome to all these talks. Admission (incl tea and biscuits) : Members £1, non Members £3. Become a Member for £20 a year. Details...