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HAMPSTEAD GARDEN SUBURB
  • Your chance to get super fast broadband in the Suburb, north of A1

    Most streets north of Falloden Way between Westholm and Gurney Drive have slow internet. BT have no plans to upgrade to high speed fibre broadband - they say it's uncommercial. Mike Freer MP and some affected residents have found a way together, residents can make it happen.
    See details.
  • Café@TheFreeChurch

    On Sunday afternoons, when not being used for other purposes, the Free Church will be open serving tea, coffee, and other light refreshments. There will be an opportunity to see inside the church, purchase a range of fairly traded goods, and souvenirs, as well as benefiting from the all-age clothing exchange.
  • Orly's Chance to Walk

    Orly has Cerebral Palsy and needs an operation called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy to give her a chance to walk. The NHS will not fund this operation and her parents, doctors living on the Suburb, must raise £40,000. See Ham & High article. If you would like to donate to Orly's fund, please visit gofundme.com/mgwu2o.
  • Adopt a flower bed

    The Northway Gardens Organisation is inviting interested families and households to adopt one of the remaining 10 flower beds - plant and care for your very own piece of the park! Full assistance given if needed. See more details..
  • Suburb Design Guide

    The Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust and the London Borough of Barnet have worked together to produce a new Design Guide for the Suburb. Copies are available from the Trust Office and the HGS Community Library. It is also available online (pdf).

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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Borough Councillors' Surgery - Wednesday 2 September
5pm to 6pm. Borough Councillors' Surgery at HGS Trust offices. Ask for advice on local problems.
Free Church Drop in Coffee Morning Traidcraft Sale and Clothing Exchange in Church - Saturday 5 September
10:30am at Free Church. Details...
Ariel Lanyi - piano - Sunday 6 September
7:30pm at Henrietta Barnett School Hall. Mill Hill Music Club presents Ariel Lanyi, who plays: Mozart - Piano Sonata No. 17 in B flat major K570; Debussy - Preludes Book 1; Brahms - Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Händel. Admission £15. To book 020 8959 3866 Details...
A Bookish Hour, a Fellowship House Talk - Tuesday 8 September
2:30pm at Fellowship House. Speaker Kay Moore Details...
Horticultural Society ENTRY NIGHT FOR THE 280TH (AUTUMN) FLOWER SHOW - Tuesday 8 September
7pm to 8pm at Fellowship House. Bring the entry forms from your Members' Handbook to enter for some of the many varied classes in the Flower Show on Saturday. Plenty of help available from committee members if this is your first time of entering. Many things for children of all ages to go in for, with cash prizes at the show. If you can't get to Fellowship House today, then drop your entries in to the show co-ordinator at 4 Asmuns Hill, NW11 6ET, 020 8455 8741, who will be happy to offer show advice if you need it. Details...
HGS Trust Annual General Meeting - Wednesday 9 September
8pm at Henrietta Barnett School Hall. Info 020 8455 1066 Details...
Highgate Gallery ELIZABETH HANNAFORD: Less Abstract, More Real – landscapes, soundscapes and more … - Friday 11 to Thursday 24 September
1pm to 5pm at Fellowship House. A celebration of the worlds of nature and music. Details...
Horticultural Society AUTUMN FLOWER SHOW (280TH SHOW) - Saturday 12 September
3:30pm to 5:30pm at Free Church Hall. Flower shows have been held on the Suburb since 1909. Come to the 280th show - all the sights and scents of a traditional country show within a few miles of the centre of London! Flowers, vegetables, herbs, cookery, baking, preserving, photography, etc.,categories for children of all ages, raffle, bulbs for sale, home-made teas. Entry free for members and under-18s. Non-members £2.00. By popular request, GRIMSDYKE BRASS band will again play in the garden (indoors if wet). Details...
Aero Suburb, a Fellowship House Talk - Tuesday 15 September
2:30pm at Fellowship House. The Battle of Britain - 75 years on. Speaker Lester Hillman Details...
Historical Association The South Sea Bubble. - Thursday 17 September
8pm at Fellowship House. Dr Helen Paul (University of Southampton) is an economic historian and a frequent contributor to history programmes on radio and TV, notably to Radio 4's 'In Our Time' with Melvyn Bragg. You can see her on YouTube telling the intriguing story of her family's London Scottish regimental kilt.Visitors are welcome £3, members of Fellowship House £1. To book 020 8455 8318 Details...