Helping and Informing Residents for 35 Years
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Beautiful New Seats For East Barnet Village War Memorial
GRAND OPENING OF NEW COMMEMORATIVE BENCHES AT EAST BARNET MEMORIAL on Tuesday 24 October at 11.00am.
Local councillors Philip Cohen and Laurie Williams, representatives of the British Legion and local residents will be attending.
PLEASE COME ALONG TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT IN MEMORY OF OUR BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN WHO GAVE UP THEIR LIVES FOR OUR FREEDOM.
Commemmorating World War I
Commemorating World War II
Donated by the East Barnet Village Community Christmas Fair
Thanks to Councillor Phil Cohen and James at Chas Lowe for their great help in making this a reality,
and of course thanks to the East Barnet Village Christmas Committee.
Last year's Fair was a great success and the money raised provided this lovely Balmoral bench.
Knit Wits (who are local girls) donated the seats to East Barnet Village.
Knit Wits is an amazing group who have raised funds for charity and for the seats for East Barnet Village's War Memorial.
So when you're out and about and spot them, please do buy a few...!
Aldi Proposed for East Barnet
click or tap on a page to see it full-size, or download the pdf
You can send the questionnaire to Freepost RSRU-TGRJ-HJRR, Planning Potential, Magdalen House, 148 Tooley Street, London SE1 2TU
or email email@example.com or phone 020 7357 8000
2017 Civic Awards Winner
We are very pleased that our nomination of George Irons for the Barnet Civic Award was successful. As reported in the Barnet & Whetsone Press, at Barnet Town Hall the Mayor David Longstaff presented a framed vellum award to his family.
made an outstanding contribution not just to the East Barnet Residents'
Association, but to the people of Barnet, East Barnet, and Brunswick
Park. His tireless work arranging and obtaining funding for better
facilities in Oak Hill Park has greatly benefitted our area.
Russell Lane Preservation Scheme
Read about how we are trying to preserve and restore the historic Lovers' Lane.
An information board was unveiled by the Mayor of Barnet on Saturday 28th February 2015:
From left to right: Brunswick Park Ward Councillor - Lisa Rutter,
Local historian and author John Heathfield, Chipping Barnet MP - Theresa Villiers,
Mayor of Barnet - Hugh Rayner,
and Barnet Museum Archivist and one of the founders of the EBRA - the late Dr Gillian Gear BEM.
Thanks to Lockie Bramzell for the photo
click here for the full story.
Changing the Flag at St Mary's
An opportunity to see the inside of the tower, and some views from the top
Examples of recent successes for residents:
28 February 2015 we gained recognition for Russell Lane's historic "Lover's Lane"
23 December 2013 after our 4 year campaign, Brunswick Park Health Centre re-opened
16 October 2012: Plans for several pedestrian crossings with zig-zags and double yellow lines
near the shops in Russell Lane were scrapped, to the relief of traders and shoppers and those who like to see grass and trees
27 June 2012: Plans to rent out Oak Hill Park for "private events" were scrapped
17 May 2012: Plans to introduce parking charges in Brunswick Park Ward car parks were scrapped
11 May 2012: Plans to introduce parking charges in East Barnet Village car park were scrapped
9 December 2011: Plans to expand the park keepers' depot in Oak Hill Park were scrapped
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The more members we have, the better we can represent residents in this part of the East Barnet and Brunswick Park wards.