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  • New Suburb to Institute transport link

    The Institute is considering arranging transport between HGS and their premises in Kingsbury if there is sufficient demand for such a service. As planned it would run to Kingsbury at 9am and 1pm every weekday with return journeys to the Suburb at 12 noon and 5pm. Anybody interested in this should contact the institute..
  • 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.
  • 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.
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St Jude's Church Autumn Market - Saturday 10 October
Poetry reading, a Fellowship House event - Tuesday 13 October
2:30pm at Fellowship House. Presenter: Michael Berg Details...
Residents Association Crime Prevention - Tuesday 13 October
8pm at Fellowship House. Open Meeting Details...
Historical Association The Artist and the King: Charles Sims's representation of King John at Runnymede. - Thursday 15 October
8pm at Fellowship House. Speaker: Graham Seel (Head of History, St Paul's School, London). Charles Sims painted a large picture for the Palace of Westminster showing King John signing Magna Carta. And thereby hangs this tale of just how good or bad John was. Visitors are welcome £3, members of Fellowship House £1. To book 020 8455 8318 Details...
St Jude's Church Harvest Festival - Sunday 18 October
Con Tempo Quartet - Sunday 18 October
7:30pm at Henrietta Barnett School Hall. Mill Hill Music Club presents the Con Tempo Quartet, who play: Haydn - Quartet in C major Op. 76/3 "Emperor"; Janacek - Quartet No. 2 "Intimate Letters"; Beethoven - Quartet Op. 59 No. 3 in C major. Admission £15. To book 020 8959 3866 Details...
Lifting the Lid, a Fellowship House event - Tuesday 20 October
2:30pm at Fellowship House. A Saucy Entertainment. Presenter: June Armstrong-Wright & Friends Details...
Horticultural Society THE VICTORIAN GARDEN: AUTUMN TALK BY RUSSELL BOWES - Thursday 22 October
7:30pm at Fellowship House. Russell Bowes makes a return visit to give an illustrated lecture about The Victorian Garden. Members free, non-members £3 at the door. Details...
Garden Suburb Theatre She Stoops to Conquer, by Oliver Goldsmith - Thursday 22 to Sunday 25 October
Venue: Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Highgate Village N6 4BD. Wnen Oliver Goldsmith called She Stoops to Conquer his "laughing comedy", he wasn't joking. Garden Suburb Theatre have updated this timeless classic play to the 1950s, the perfect setting for this lively, witty farce. Admission £12 (con £10). To book 020 8340 3488 See details for dates and times.
The Villa Rouge, a Fellowship House talk - Tuesday 27 October
2:30pm at Fellowship House. A novel approach to the Second World War. Speaker Maggie Ross Details...