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Page 10 - HGS Suburb News 135 - Summer 2018
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      THURSDAY 2 AUGUST                                     TUESDAY 18 SEPTEMBER                                 THURSDAY 11 OCTOBER
      HGS Horticultural Society’s coach trip to RHS Hyde Hall Flower Show  2.30pm ‘Truffles of the World’ – A Fellowship House talk by Christian   7:30pm The Making of Henstead Exotic Garden by Andrew Brogan
      in Essex. Specialist nurseries and the chance to explore the garden in   Xingreen. Fellowship House 136a Willifield Way, NW11 6YD. Suburb   at Fellowship House. Horticultural Society members on the 2017
      full bloom. Details from Diane Berger - 020 8455 0455.  residents are welcome. Members £1, Non-members £3 (including   three-day trip were bowled over by their visit to Henstead in Suffolk
                                                            tea and biscuits). Become a Member for £20 pa. www.fellowshiphouse.  and want to share their experience of listening to Andrew Brogan
      FRIDAY 3 AUGUST                                       co.uk for any updates or changes.                    describing how  he made this amazing exotic garden  about ten
      3.30pm  Book Club Garden Suburb Community Library, 15 The                                                  years ago, with plants that would normally be happy growing in a
      Market Place.  A different book every month discussed over cake and  THURSDAY 20 SEPTEMBER
      tea. Pick up a copy of the current book at the HGS Library and join  2.30pm Thursday Fellowship Tea and Rev Derek Lindfield sharing   jungle. Members free, non-members £3.
      us on the first Friday of every month. Admission free.  his Desert Island Discs in Free Church rooms.      SATURDAY 13 OCTOBER
                                                            8pm ‘The Treaty of Versailles’ – An Historical Association talk by   7.30pm The Haywood Trio Charity Concert in aid of the HGS Night
      SATURDAY 4 AUGUST                                     Professor Tony Lentin, Wolfson College, Cambridge. Fellowship
      10.30-12.30pm  Traidcraft Sale, Clothing Exchange and Coffee   House, 136a Willifield Way, NW11 6YD. In the centenary year of its   Shelter project in Free Church.
      morning in Free Church.                               ending, and to complete our series of lectures on the First World War,  SUNDAY 14 OCTOBER
      2.30pm  The  Hampstead  Heath Extension A Heath & Hampstead   Professor Tony Lentin will address us on the subject of the Treaty of   4pm Garden Suburb Theatre presents Muswell Hill by Torben Betts
      Society walk, led by Tony Ghilchik, Trustee of the Society and   Versailles.  Formerly a Professor of History at The Open University,  January 2010 - one night an earthquake in Haiti results in the death
      member of the Heath Sub-Committee. Minimum donation of £5 per   Tony is a Senior Member of Wolfson College, Cambridge and a   of around 100,000 people and almost two million are left homeless.
      adult. Meet at the cattle trough and flower stall, Spaniard’s End, near   Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He has published several books   At the same time, in leafy Muswell Hill, six friends meet over avocado,
      the Spaniard’s Inn. Info, 07941 528034; email: hhs.walks@gmail.com.  on the Paris Peace Conference and Treaty of Versailles and is working   prawns and a monkfish stew. They worry about their mortgages,
      FRIDAY 10 AUGUST                                      on another. A barrister and former law tutor, Tony has published   careers, phone tariffs, Facebook friends, diets, love lives, alcohol
      1pm Piano Recital by Masa Tayama in Free Church.      two judicial biographies, Lord Sumner (2008) and Mr Justice   intake… and whether or not history will remember them.Tickets:
                                                            McCardie (2017). His other main interest is 18th century Russia, on   £13/£11. Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Highgate, N6 4BD. Box O020
      SATURDAY 1 SEPTEMBER                                  which he has published widely. Members £3, Associate Members £10.
      10.30-12.30pm  Traidcraft Sale, Clothing Exchange and Coffee                                               8340 3488, www.upstairsatthegatehouse.com.
      Morning in Free Church.                               SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER                                10am-2pm Open Day at Chandos Tennis Club 120 East End Road,
                                                            10am-6pm Open House Free Church open.                N2 0RZ. Come and see our new club and play Tennis on Indoor
      SUNDAY 2 SEPTEMBER                                    Residents Association Last Copy Date for What’s On in November,  Courts for the Winter Season running to 31 March 2019, reduced
      9.30am Birds of the Heath – A Heath & Hampstead Society walk led   December and January. Details to David Littaur, 84 Wildwood Road,  rates apply for all categories with a 10% reduction on the day. Four
      by John Hunt, member of the Society and former Chairman of the   NW11 6UJ.  8731 6755 or 07510 308 997. Email:dvdlttr@gmail.com.  artificial floodlit grass courts, four indoor acrylic courts, top standard
      Marylebone Birdwatching Society. Minimum donation of £5 per                                                coaching from age 3 upwards from LTA licensed coaches. Team
      adult. Meet at Burgh House, New End Square. London NW3 1LT.   SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER                          tennis for all.  Facilities include a lounge and cafe, gym and on site
      Info 07941 528 034; email: hhs.walks@gmail.com        1-6pm Open House Free Church open                    parking.   Wigmore Sports on site for the day for racquet testing and
      TUESDAY 4 SEPTEMBER & EVERY TUESDAY                   TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER                                 clothing for the winter season. 020 8343 1755/020 8346 2856.
      10.15-10.45am  RA Library Story/Song Time Garden Suburb   2.30pm The Francoise Geller Trio A Fellowship House event, 136a   MONDAY15 OCTOBER
      Community Library, 15 The Market Place, NW11 6LB. We welcome   Willifield Way, NW11 6YD. Suburb residents are welcome. Members   5pm Borough Councillors’ Surgery Fellowship House, 136a Willifield
      toddlers and their carers into a warm, friendly group. We provide   £1, Non-members £3 (including tea and biscuits). Become a Member
      rhythm and rhyme making activities alongside both new and familiar   for £20 pa. www.fellowshiphouse.co.uk for any updates or changes.  Way, NW11 6YD. Opportunity to ask for advice on local problems.
      songs, and an introduction into the world of exciting and boundless   THURSDAY 27 SEPTEMBER                TUESDAY 16 OCTOBER
      stories beyond home provision. Come and join us for some fun with   8pm The Story of the London Buses Dr John Hodgson The Finchley   2.30pm ‘The Art of the Heist: Nazi Art Theft in WW2’ by Martin
      your little ones. Admission free.                     Society, Avenue (Stephens) House, East End Road, London N3 3QE.  Aaron  A Fellowship House Talk,136a Willifield Way, London NW11
      TUESDAY 4 SEPTEMBER                                   FRIDAY 28 SEPTEMBER                                  6YD. Suburb residents are welcome. Members £1, Non-members £3
      10am-12noon  Hampstead Garden Suburb University of the   1pm  Free Church Piano Recital by Madeleine Jones at The Free   (including tea and biscuits). Become a Member for £20 pa. www.
      Third Age (HGS U3A) welcomes new members at its Open Day at   Church. Lunch in support of Christian Aid served at 12.15.  fellowshiphouse.co.uk for any updates or changes.
      North Western Reform Synagogue Alyth Gardens, NW11 7EN. There                                              THURSDAY 18 OCTOBER
      are over 60 interest groups covering a wide range of topics. Ideal for  SUNDAY 30 SEPTEMBER
      retired and semi-retired people. Please visit website: https://hgsu3a.uk.  11am Harvest Festival Service in Free Church.  2.30pm Thursday Fellowship tea and social afternoon in the Free
      2.30pm  John Freeman in conversation with John Osborne BBC   TUESDAY 2 OCTOBER                             Church rooms.
      DVD  A  Fellowship House Event, 136a Willifield  Way,  NW11  6YD.                                          8pm ‘Britain’s Role in Slavery and the Slave Trade’ An Historical
      Suburb residents are welcome. Members £1, Non-members £3   2.30pm The Ruth Foxton Singers A Fellowship House Event, 136a   Association talk by Dr Philip Woods, New York University in London.
                                                            Willifield Way, NW11 6YD. Suburb residents are welcome. Members
      (including tea and biscuits). Become a Member for £20 pa. www.  £1, Non-members £3 (including tea and biscuits). Become a Member   Fellowship House, 136a Willifield Way, NW11 6YD. In 2007, an
      fellowshiphouse.co.uk for any updates or changes.                                                          unprecedented amount of Government money, museum and
      7-8pm Entry Night for the HGS Horticultural Society’s 287th Flower   for £20 pa. www.fellowshiphouse.co.uk for any updates or changes.  media attention were given  to the bicentenary of the British
      Show Fellowship House 136a Willifield Way, NW11 6YD. Are you  FRIDAY 5 OCTOBER                             abolition of the slave trade. But what exactly was being
      going to bake a cake? Have you made some delectable jam? Have   3.30pm  Book  Club Garden Suburb Community Library, 15 The   commemorated, and how did this commemoration differ from
      you grown some succulent veg or fabulous flowers? Have you taken   Market Place, NW11 6LB. A different book every month discussed   previous ones? How has the memory of Britain’s role in slavery and
      some outstanding photographs? All good enough to enter for the   over cake and tea. Pick up a copy of the current book at the HGS   the slave trade been marked in different British cities: London,
      Flower Show on Saturday? Check the members’ Handbook and   Library and join us on the first Friday of every month. Admission free.  Bristol and Liverpool for example? Can commemoration be linked
      submit your entry forms. There will be help on hand if you are new                                         to practical acts of recompense for the suffering caused? Dr Philip
      to showing.                                           SATURDAY 6 OCTOBER                                   Woods has taught at the Universities of West London and Kingston
      8pm Residents Association Council Meeting Fellowship House. Hear   10.30-12.30pm Coffee Morning Free Church. Fairly traded goods   and now teaches part time at New York University in London on
      Suburb issues debated and raise your concerns at Question Time   available for purchase.                   British national identity, and Britain and slavery. He is an historian of
      (8.05pm).                                             SUNDAY 7 OCTOBER                                     British Imperial history with particular reference to India and Burma.
      THURSDAY 6 SEPTEMBER & EVERY THURSDAY                 2.30pm Hampstead Heath from the 1820s to the 1920s: a century-  His latest book Reporting the Retreat: War Correspondents in Burma
      10-10.30am & 10.45-11.15am RA Library Sing Song Time Garden   long campaign A Heath & Hampstead Society Walk, led by Thomas   was published by Hurst & Co in 2017. Members £3, Associate
      Suburb Community Library, 15 The Market Place, NW11 6LB. A first   Radice, Trustee of the Society and member of the Heath Sub-  Members £10.
      library activity for under-threes and their grown-ups. Rhyme, rhythm   Committee. Minimum donation of £5 per adult. Meet at the Flagstaff,   TUESDAY 23 OCTOBER
      and repetition are all fundamental to a baby’s speech and language   Whitestone Pond. Info: 07941 528 034; email: hhs.walks@gmail.com.
      development. Sharing rhythms and singing songs help babies to   7.30pm  Mill Hill Music Club presents ConTempo Quartet Iulian   2.30pm ‘Judaism and Business Ethics’ A Fellowship House Talk by
      develop listening and concentration skills. Admission free.   Pusca - pan flute; Mozart - Flute Quartet arr. for pan flute; Brahms -  Rabbi Mark Goldsmith, 136a Willifield Way, NW11 6YD. Suburb
                                                            String Quartet Op. 41 No. 1; Boccherini - Pan flute Quintet in D   residents are welcome. Members £1, Non-members £3 (including
      FRIDAY 7 SEPTEMBER                                    major; Pugnani - Venetian Carnival for pan flute. The Hall, The   tea and biscuits). Become a Member for £20 pa. www.
      3.30pm  Book Club Garden Suburb Community Library, 15 The   Henrietta Barnet School, Central Square, NW11 7BN. Tickets £15.  fellowshiphouse.co.uk for any updates or changes.
      Market Place, NW11 6LB. A different book every month discussed  To book 020 8959 1047 www.millhillmusicclub.co.uk.
      over cake and tea. Pick up a copy of the Friday current book at the                                        FRIDAY 26 OCTOBER
      HGS Library and join us on the first Friday of every month. Admission free.  TUESDAY 9 OCTOBER             1pm Free Church Piano Recital by Asagi Nakata (piano) and Kilian
                                                            2.30pm ‘Syria Notes’ by Kellie Strom A Fellowship House Talk, 136a   Von Rooij (violin) at The Free Church. Lunch in support of Christian
      SATURDAY 8 SEPTEMBER                                  Willifield Way, NW11 6YD. Suburb residents are welcome. Members   Aid served at 12.15.
      3-5.30pm Horticultural Society’s 287th Flower Show with live music  £1, Non-members £3 (including tea and biscuits). Become a Member
      from Grimsdyke Brass Band at Free Church Hall Northway, NW11  for £20 pa. www.fellowshiphouse.co.uk for any updates or changes.  SATURDAY 27 OCTOBER
      6PB. Season of mellow fruitfulness, reflected in the mature fruit and                                      3pm  RA Events – Childrens Halloween Party Ghostly stories and
      vegetables on display. Also cakes, preserves, photography, etc.   THURSDAY 11 TO SUNDAY 14 OCTOBER         facepainting for 4-7 year olds. Fellowship House 136a Willifield Way,
      Home-made teas, raffle and live music from Grimsdyke Brass Band.   7.30pm on 11-13 Oct, 4pm on 14 October Garden Suburb Theatre   NW11 6YD.
      Members free, non-members £2.                         presents Muswell Hill by Torben Betts January 2010 - one night an
                                                            earthquake in Haiti results in the death of around 100,000 people  SUNDAY 28 OCTOBER
      TUESDAY 11 SEPTEMBER                                  and almost two million are left homeless. At the same time, in leafy   7.30pm London International Orchestra Charity Concert in aid of
      2.30pm  ‘Hawai’ – A Fellowship House Talk by John Williams   Muswell Hill, six friends meet over avocado, prawns and a monkfish   the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, in Free Church.
      Fellowship House 136a Willifield Way, NW11 6YD. Suburb residents   stew. They worry about their mortgages, careers, phone tariffs,
      are welcome. Members £1, Non-members £3 (including tea and   Facebook friends, diets, love lives, alcohol intake… and whether or  TUESDAY 30 OCTOBER
      biscuits). Become a Member for £20 pa. www.fellowshiphouse.co.uk   not history will remember them. Tickets: £13/£11. Upstairs at the   2.30pm ‘The Life of Emma Hamilton’ A Fellowship House Talk by
      for any updates or changes.                           Gatehouse, Highgate, N6 4BD. Box Office: 020 8340 3488, www.  Tamara Rabin, 136a Willifield Way, London NW11 6YD. Suburb
      MONDAY16 SEPTEMBER                                    upstairsatthegatehouse.com.                          residents are welcome. Members £1, Non-members £3 (including
      5pm Borough Councillors’ Surgery Fellowship House, 136a Willifield                                         tea and biscuits). Become a Member for £20 pa. www.
      Way, NW11 6YD. Opportunity to ask for advice on local problems.                                            fellowshiphouse.co.uk for any updates or changes.





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