Nick Bove, electrical contractor
May 27, 2020

Uncertain future for container yard at High Barnet station

in Planning
Scores of small businesses and traders who store goods, tools and equipment in a container yard claim their future has been totally overlooked and ignored by Transport for London in the plan to build 292 flats on land around High Barnet tube station.
May 13, 2020 2

"Sneaky" move to re-route 384 bus

in General News
Transport for London's plan to extend the route of the 384 Cockfosters to High Barnet bus service to Edgware, via Arkley and Mill Hill (Apex Corner), is meeting strong opposition because it would take a more direct route and serve far fewer streets.
Nest boxes ready and waiting for summer visitors
May 12, 2020 3

High Barnet welcomes its much-loved summer squealers

in General News
Swifts have again been seen swooping and squealing high overhead in High Barnet -- aerial summer visitors that are an especially welcome sight in Fitzjohn Avenue where at least two pairs are thought to have chosen sites for nests.
May 08, 2020 3

Millie the Waitrose cat: unveiled at last

After almost a year's trial and error, local sculptor John Somerville finally feels ready to display his clay model of High Barnet's feline celebrity, Millie…
May 08, 2020

Last Post starts two-minute silence in Fitzjohn Avenue

Neve Mayes,star trumpet player at Dame Alice Owen's School, marked the start and finish of the Victory in Europe Day two minute silence for residents in…
May 08, 2020

Christ Church reaches out with prayer box

Church services streamed live online have become a regular Sunday morning point of contact for worshippers staying at home under lockdown. Christ Church, High…
May 04, 2020 3

Pulling pints in lockdown: mobile pub is the answer

A pub on wheels offering a freshly pulled pint of stout delivered straight to the door is proving to be a popular lockdown innovation for a High Barnet…
Carnarvon Road community sing song
May 01, 2020

Imaginative community support for Barnet Hospital staff

Professional singer Iain Mackenzie with his daughter Poppy lead a community sing song which has become part of the regular Thursday night clap for NHS workers…
Real ale down the drain at the Mitre
Apr 29, 2020 2

Twitter boosts Mitre landlord's plea to help pubs survive

High Barnet publican Gary Murphy, licensee of the Mitre, has gone viral in a campaign to force pub owners to back down and agree to a rent holiday while the…