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The Barnet Society

The Barnet Society is a non-political organisation that campaigns for the preservation and improvement of the environment of Chipping Barnet and surrounding areas and for protection of the Green Belt.

Founded in 1945 by Trevor Jukes and Gwyneth Cowing, the Society was established to give a voice to local people who believed that the Green Belt needed defending.

We continue with that cause today but also campaign on many other local issues.  Please refer to our News page for details of current campaigns and other items.

The Barnet Society works to ensure that we get the best for our town and its environs and that any change enhances and improves the area for all who live, work and study here.

As well as lobbying, holding meetings and

 

taking our elected representatives and their officers to task, we are active in a number of local organisations, including the Chipping Barnet Town Team, Friends of Barnet Market, High Barnet Project, Barnet Museum and the Monken Hadley and Wood Street Conservation Area Advisory Committees.

We are also members of the Federation of Residents Associations of Barnet (FORAB), the London Green Belt Council and London Forum of Amenity and Civic Societies.

We represent the areas covered by Chipping (or High) Barnet, Hadley, New Barnet, Arkley, Underhill and the Dollis Valley.

We are always looking for new members, so if you live locally, are concerned about your surroundings and want to know what is happening in the area, then join us, and make The Barnet Society even more effective.

 

Download a copy of the Constitution

 

 

 

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Work is well underway on 25 new flats for older women in Union Street

Union Street residents annoyed

Two new housing developments are changing still further the appearance of Union Street in…
From left to right, Jonathan Supran, secretary of the Barnet Society: Gail Laiser of Love Barnet, vice-chair of the Society; and James Freeman, managing director of the Victoria Bakery

Barnet Council says no to free parking – but campaign goes on

A joint attempt by the Barnet Society and the Barnet Times to persuade Barnet Council to…
Councillor Hugh Rayner, Mayor of Barnet, presenting Annette Chmiel with the Centenary Cup

The bees knees

Honey from hives at Friern Barnet allotments scooped the top prize at the 100th annual…
Theresa Villiers, the Chipping Barnet MP, with fellow Arkley residents to re-launch the Arkley Protection Group. From the left to right, Mrs Villiers, David Press, Simon Ross and Sasha Capocci

Green Belt prices soar

There has been another indication of the growing commercial interest in, and rising value…
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barnetsociety RT @TheBlackHorsePH: Don’t forget tonight we have the @BGGroove getting their #funk on! #barnet #livemusic https://t.co/3uxKbFWmt4
barnetsociety RT @BarnetFC: It's MATCHDAY! We're on the road to @Official_NCFC, kick off at 3pm #BarnetFC 🐝 https://t.co/PVnXNpwp0m
barnetsociety RT @fobmkt: Good morning! Blooming lovely flowers at Barnet Market today! https://t.co/aG97LfefCw
barnetsociety RT @TheSpiresBarnet: The new Autumn Menu has arrived at Carluccio's and it looks amazing! Book a table this weekend and try it for yourself…
barnetsociety RT @theshirelondon: Weather in South East to hit 25C this weekend but stormy elsewhere https://t.co/xy1czekZf6
barnetsociety RT @BGGroove: @TheBlackHorsePH tmw Saturday night. Playing a special setlist of funky/jazzy/bluesy (should cover it!) songs we plan to play…