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Consultation With Local Police

Consultation With Local Police The Camden Safer Neighbourhood Board have announced some forthcoming dates for consultations about neighbourhood policing. At the end of February, the

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New Date for BTRA Meeting

New Date for BTRA Meeting All tenants and residents at the Brunswick are invited to the next meeting of the Brunswick Tenants’ and Residents’ Association

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Camden Leaseholders’ Forum

Camden Leaseholders’ Forum All Camden leaseholders are invited to attend a meeting of the Camden Leaseholders’ Forum, an independent group speaking for those paying service

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Farewell Mala MBE

Farewell Mala MBE Yesterday morning, a large group of family, friends and neighbours gathered outside O’Donnell Court to pay their respects to Mala Fernandez, who

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Bloomsbury Festival 2013

Bloomsbury Festival 2013 Clear your diary – this year’s Bloomsbury Festival is coming, from 15-20 October, with the usual strong programme of events, music, installations, art, talks

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St Pancras Talks

St Pancras Talks Stuart Tappin has sent a note about an interesting series of talks taking place during the year at St Pancras old church

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Parking Consultation

Parking Consultation Residents should have received the consultation on Controlled Parking Zones this week. Camden is asking for feedback on whether to extend the hours

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Allotments on Wheels

Allotments on Wheels One thing we are not short of at the Brunswick Centre is open space. Recently a small grants programme called Capital Growth

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Bloomsbury Garden Squares

Bloomsbury Garden Squares We are lucky to have three local gardens – Brunswick Square, Marchmont Community Garden and St George’s Gardens – which all have

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New Tree Planted

New Tree Planted Great to see this new plane tree planted on the podium of the Brunswick to replace the one that died after its

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Greening the Brunswick?

Greening the Brunswick? A new evergreen hedge has now been planted along the Marchmont Street side of the Brunswick – a small but welcome addition

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Singing at Bloomsbury Festival

Singing at Bloomsbury Festival I’m sure you won’t have missed the fact that the Bloomsbury Festival is happening this weekend, 21st-23rd October. Among the many

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New Garden & Market

New Garden & Market Great to see the new garden open beside the Brunswick. Every time I go past I see people sitting enjoying the

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Best Garden Award

Best Garden Award The Brunswick Gardening Club have won their second award in Camden in Bloom – this time third place in the tough Best

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Summer Party 2011

Summer Party 2011 Now that summer is here the TRA thought it would be good to have a get together. It planned for Saturday 9th

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Waste and Dirt

Waste and Dirt By one of those strange coincidences I was reading a review of the new exhibition on Dirt at the Wellcome Collection on the

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A Chance to Win £50!

A Chance to Win £50! A researcher at Cambridge University who is conducting a study on travel patterns in London, especially since the introduction of

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Delivery Lorries

Delivery Lorries Gerry Maclean has emailed about the nuisance of delivery lorries parking outside O’Donnell Court: “Almost every day when I leave for work, there

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May Festivities

May Festivities Good to see so many people enjoying the fete, though I wish it didn’t have to involve quite so much in the way

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Magnolia in the square

Magnolia in the square When I saw this beautiful magnolia in flower on my way to the People’s Supermarket on Friday I couldn’t resist taking

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Marchmont Street

Marchmont Street Anyone who has had scary encounters with traffic executing illegal left-turns into Marchmont Street, will be interested in the update posted on the

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Time to Tango

Time to Tango I wish I could dance as well as this elegant, grey-haired woman. Never mind Strictly Ballroom, I’d rather watch these two from

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Hands Off Our Flowerbeds!

Hands Off Our Flowerbeds! The Brunswick flower beds won a first prize in Camden in Bloom last year, but maintaining them is proving a battle.

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Camden’s Unsung Heroes

Camden’s Unsung Heroes Do you know someone who has helped to keep Camden’s music heritage alive? It could be by working in the music industry

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Amazing Singing!

Amazing Singing! The Mayor of Camden, Councillor Jonathan Simpson, joined the first meeting of the Brunswick singing group last night, seen here giving an enthusiastic

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New Brunswick Singing Group

New Brunswick Singing Group If you like singing, join the new Brunswick singing group which will meet in the Community Room (10 Foundling Court, access via Doorway

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Marchmont Street party

Marchmont Street party There was a great atmosphere at the Marchmont Street party on Saturday. The brass band was terrific, and the Punch and Judy

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Brunswickeans

Brunswickeans Chris Clunn has photographed many Brunswick residents in their flats – including Sue Henshall, who lives in O’Donnell Court – creating a fascinating record

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Brunswick in Bloom?

Brunswick in Bloom? Seeing the flowers that have been planted in the bed outside door 6 is really cheering – I’m grateful to the person

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Gourmet Bloomsbury

Gourmet Bloomsbury Before the new shopping center was formed there was one grubby cafe and a bookshop and not much else. Now there are many

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New Brunswick Website

New Brunswick Website Tenants and residents of the Brunswick have launched this site to share information about this amazing building, and what goes on inside

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