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  • Art in Fellowship

    Paintings by local resident Carol Kemp feature in the 6th and latest art exhibition at Fellowship House on Willifield Green. Free entry to residents. All work is for sale. Until end May.
  • Community Learning

    Following a successful meeting in March to determine interest in recreating some form of adult/community/continuing education facility in the Suburb, there will be a follow up meeting at the Free Church on May 5th, 8pm, to put in place a structure to support Suburb Based Community Learning. Further ahead, on Sunday July 10th in the Free Church at 2.30pm there will be a Courses/Activities fayre when all prospective teachers, learners, enquirers etc will be invited to come along and see for ourselves what we can offer from amongst ourselves...everyone is welcome to either &/or both of these events. For more information please contact itutton@aol.com.

  • The Institute

    The future of The Institute is uncertain after the chairman, chief executive and trustees resign after voting to put it into liquidation. New trustees have been appointed and the Institute has opened for the summer term while its longer term future is being decided. For the latest updates please see hgsi.org.uk.
  • Restoration of Central Square Flower Beds

    The Central Square Residents Association, together with London Borough of Barnet, Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust and the Hampstead Garden Suburb Residents Association, has commissioned SPC Designs to develop a scheme to renew the flower beds in Central Square. See details...

  • 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.
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.
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RA Library Sing Song Time - Thursday 5 May to Thursday 28 July
Every Thursday 10-10.30am & 10.45-11.15am Garden Suburb Community Library, 15 The Market Place. A first library activity for under-threes and their grown-ups. Rhyme, rhythm and repetition are all fundamental to a baby’s speech and language development. Sharing rhythms and singing songs help babies to develop listening and concentration skills. Admission free.
Free Church Traidcraft Sale, Clothing Exchange and Coffee Morning - Saturday 7 May
10:30am at Free Church. Details...
St Jude's Church Spring Book Market - Saturday 7 May
11am to 3pm at St. Jude's Church. Sale of second-hand books. Admission £1 per adult, children free. Info 020 8455 1025 Details...
St Jude's Church Spring Book Market - Sunday 8 May
1:30pm to 4pm at St. Jude's Church. Sale of second-hand books. Admission £1 per adult, children free. Info 020 8455 1025 Details...
YMC Concerto Prizewinners Concert - Sunday 8 May
4:30pm at Free Church. An exciting concert of all prizewinners of the annual YMC concerto prize. Works by composers like Tchaikovsky, Sarasate, Vivaldi and Schubert will be performed, accompanied by the YMC Chamber orchestra. Admission free. Info 020 8450 9290. Details...
North London Hospice SUPPER QUIZ - Sunday 8 May
6:30pm at Free Church Hall. On behalf of the North West Support Group of the North London Hospice. Tickets in advance. Please contact Lorraine.Wilder@btopenworld.com Registered Charity No: 285300 Details...
Quiz Supper - Sunday 8 May
6:30pm at Free Church Hall. 6 for 6.30pm. NW Support Group for N London Hospice present Quiz and Buffet Supper. Admission £17.50. To book 020 8455 0721 Details...
Formosa String Quartet - Sunday 8 May
7:30pm at Henrietta Barnett School Hall. Mill Hill Music Club presents the Formosa String Quartet, making its debut at MHMC. The American-based group are winners of the First Prize and the Amadeus Prize at the London International String Quartet Competition. Tonight they play: Mozart - Quartet in B flat K458 "Hunt"; Dana Wilson - Hungarian Folk Songs (commissioned by the Formosa Quartet); Beethoven - Quartet in F major Op 59 No 1. Admission £15. To book 020 8959 3866 Details...
Heroine of the Revolution, a Fellowship House talk - Tuesday 10 May
2:30pm at Fellowship House. Speaker: Lucerzia Walker on Elizabeth Louise Vigee-le Brun, femme extraordinaire! Details...
Horticultural Society Coach Trip to Wickham Place Farm and Ulting Wick, Essex - Wednesday 11 May
Wickham Place Farm is a large garden dating back to 1706, including a walled garden, a knot garden, folly, pond and woodland, with a huge wisteria, roses, climbers, perennials and bulbs. Ulting Wick was created in 2004 from an old working farmyard and is now full of colour, including thousands of tulips in box parterre beds. Details and to book: 0208 455 0455/7334. Cheques payable to HGS Horticultural Society.