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HAMPSTEAD GARDEN SUBURB
  • Art in Fellowship

    Victor Jamilly was a passionate amateur artist who lived at 13 Hampstead Way for over 50 years. His family, still Suburb residents, is selling some of his work in aid of Pod, the charity which puts on entertainment for sick children in hospital. The paintings form the latest exhibition - running until January - at Fellowship House on Willifield Green. Do drop in. This free exhibition is open to all residents at any time the building is open and the Eileen Whelan Room is not being used. Guaranteed opening times are on Tuesdays 2.00pm - 4.00pm, Wednesdays 6.00pm - 9.00pm and Fridays 3.00 - 4.00pm. Fellowship House will be closed from 23/12 to 5/1. 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: Meditation for Beginners - Tuesday 23 January
2:30pm at Fellowship House. Talk by Elaine Wright 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...
Fellowship DVD of the BBC John Freeman interview with Tony Hancock. - Tuesday 30 January
2:30pm at Fellowship House. 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: Philip Diggle - “I see a red door and I want it painted black.” - Friday 2 to Thursday 15 February
1pm to 5pm at Fellowship House. Archway artist Philip Diggle’s fifth exhibition at Highgate Gallery, with his energetic, large-scale work. In thickly encrusted canvases, the paint becomes the means by which memories are captured Details and poster...
Horticultural Society NEW Grow a Potato in a Bag Competition for all ages - Come and get yours! - Saturday 3 February
5:30pm to 7pm at Fellowship House. Seed potatoes and growing bags will be distributed on 3rd February at Fellowship House from 5.30-7pm and should be planted in the bag on or around 29th March. The first task will be to chit yours. This means placing them somewhere warm and sunny for them to sprout. All the potatoes will be harvested and weighed at the Flower Show on Saturday 16th June. Prizes for the most potatoes grown and for the heaviest potato. Any number of members of a family may enter. Information in the Members' Handbook or from Ruth Beedle ruthbeedle@tiscali.co.uk. Details and poster...
Horticultural Society NEW Grow a Potato in a Bag Competition for all ages - Come and get yours! - Sunday 4 February
2pm to 4pm. If you cannot collect your potatoes and growing bag from Fellowship House on 3rd February, there is another opportunity to do so from 2-4pm on SUNDAY 4TH FEBRUARY from 48 ERSKINE HILL, NW11 6HG (020 8455 6507). For detailed instructions, see entry for 3rd February. Details and poster...
Fellowship Talk: The Coburg Conspiracy - Tuesday 6 February
2:30pm at Fellowship House. Royal Plots and Manoevres. Speaker Richard Sotnik. 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...
Fellowship Talk: Why Charity in the 21 st Century? - Tuesday 13 February
2:30pm at Fellowship House. Speaker Margaret Harris (Emeritus Professor Aston University). 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...
Horticultural Society Coach trip to Welford Park - Sunday 18 February
Join us to see one of the best displays of snowdrops and other winter flowers in the country. As seen on Gardeners' World, October 2017. Contact Diane Berger - 020 8455 0455 - for details and to book. Details...
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...
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...