Bank holiday weekend means the newsletter is a day late. It's got nothing do with a lion rampaging through NW6. So, what HAS been happening over the past seven days?
A cow appeared to advertise the forthcoming farmers' market. The market is still seeking a manager.
Have the ice cream van and hot dog stand gone for good?
The local Safer Neighbourhood team is proposing a dispersal zone for part of West Hampstead.
Pro Arte stringed instrument shop opened on Saturday.
There was a car chase in West Hampstead on Friday night - one arrest was made
Powers in Kilburn is closed until further notice while some repair work is carried out
The Hudson (new bar/venue replacing The Westbury) opens soon (and there's talk of a name change already).
Dame Janet Suzman gave a talk at West End Lane Books about women in the theatre.
Bojangles the hairdresser appears to be turning into a marble shop!
The Bruce Lacey exhibition at Camden Arts Centre is well worth checking out
The Imposter is this week's Film of the Week.
Join some locals at #whampwhisky - a whisky & cheese tasting experience at The Gallery on September 4th. It's £10 and all profits after cheese-buying go to The Winch.
On Saturday, keep an eye out for Wally - it's the 25th anniversary of the red-and-white striped one, and West End Lane Books has prizes to give away!
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