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Hadley Wood News November 2011

  1. 1. White gates to theCommon restoredINSIDE THIS MONTHS ISSUE Restored gates? Job done. Playground. Swings and Roundabouts NOVEMBER 2011 ISSUE Wedding. Wish we’d been there. HADLEY WOOD NEWS Steam train to the North? Start here. Andrew Walker. On the run. Sen’s in charge. Chairman of the Fireworks night. Seeing stars. Common’s David Burrowes MP. Crime and Management Punishment CommitteeDESIGNED & PRINTED BY KALL KWIK BARNET TELEPHONE: 020 8441 4482
  2. 2. Gate story. (Photos by courtesy of the Common Management Committee)1. Hadley Road gate circa 1900? 2. Can any existing posts be used 3. Some look better than others. again?4. The English heritage architect 5. The gate’s ‘leaves’ are not good 6. Mr Colin Goulden. Director ofdecides Barnes Joinery with the architect.7. The new leaves are in place. 8. The gates are re-hung. 9. Job done. The PARK VETERINARY PARK VETERINARY VETERI ARY ARY PRACTICE P Cockfosters Cockfosters foste Clean • Spacious • Air-conditioned pacious ned The only local practice to p Fully Equipped. • Operating theatre • Xrays • Dental Wo eatre Workshop orkshop be FSA approved for A • Laboratory • Ultrasound • Endoscopy ory copy insurrance insurance claims. • Advanced Anaesthetic Monitoring ed ing • Puppy Parties • Geriatric care y e Call for details on how to Register ster 020 8275 0330 (24 hrs) 275 or visit www.theparkvets.com ww ww.theparkvets.co om Fr i e n d l y, Friendly, Compassionate e The Place for Puppy g & Caring Professionals. Parties! 2
  3. 3. that two of our ex- colleagues have joined us. “Red” Redgrave, our former Chairman who did so much to get the whole project going several years ago and Jim Lee who, whilst Curator and afterwards, was involved, practically, in so much of the restoration of the Church TAILORING AND REPAIRS BY EXPERTSRestoration of the white Gates as well as The Crescent andgates at Hadley Road Christmas Eve Hadley Road gates.and the Crescent. & Boxing Day As the current Chairman of the Management Committee I would like toOn October 20th the new gates at the top Our executive chef, Wayne Turner, has created say that the Common has been very 2 mouth-watering menus with 3 choices perof Hadley Road and The Crescent were course for Christmas Eve and Boxing Day. lucky to have so many dedicatedofficially ‘opened’ by Andrew Walker The meals will be accompanied by our resident supporters. On behalf of the Trustees andChairman of the Management Committee pianist playing all your favourite Christmas songs. the Commoners I must thank a numberof the Common. In his address to a Christmas Eve Dinner of people and groups. I apologise in 7.00pm to 9.30pm - £46.00 per person.number of supporters of the Common he advance if I have forgotten to mention Boxing Day Lunchpaid tribute to the great contributions £68.00 per person (Children under 12 £37.00). anyone. Our thanks go to- Englishmade by the organisations and local Full payment with booking. Heritage’s, Don Bianco and Bob Brabner,residents who made it possible. For full details or to book, for contributing so generously and giving ‘Ladies and Gentlemen, Thank you all please visit our website or call us. us the sense that the project wasfor joining us on this crisp autumn day to achievable. Also to David Llewellyn ofcelebrate the final completion of the Priory Heritage who has successfully &project to repair and restore all five of the professionally project managed The WEST LODGE PARKiconic white gates on the Common, and YO U R C O U N T RY R E T R E AT Crescent and Hadley Road gates andin particular the repair and restoration of Cockfosters Road, Hadley Wood, Herts, EN4 0PY. Colin Goulden and his team at Barnes T: 020 8216 3900 Email: wlpreception@bealeshotels.co.ukthe final two gates here at The Crescent www.bealeshotels.co.uk Joinery who have done such an excellent HWN55and at Hadley Road. I am very pleased job of the repair and restoration. Also the Friends of Hadley Common, and in particular David Kahn and Chris Feldman, without whom the Common would struggle to maintain itself. Our thanks go also to the many donors who gave to the Friends Appeal and those who gave directly to the Common in particular, the Hadley Residents Association. Finally our thanks go to the Curators, Roger Headey and Peter Davies and all the Conservation Volunteers, all of my colleagues on the Management Committee and especially Bill Boyes, the Clerk to the Trustees, for his management of the project to restore these gates’. Andrew Walker 3
  4. 4. Dr Keith Garber Dr Andrew Dr Halmer Dr Tina Chrysostomou All aspects of general dentistry offered throughout the week including Saturday morning appointments Please contact our reception 16 Crescent West, Hadley Wood, Barnet, Herts, EN4 0EJ Tel: 020 8441 0257Hadley Wood and Wingate FCThe young footballers using the field at such as sending out result cards,Bartram’s lane (off Crescent West) are maintaining a contact list helping withcontinuing to make good progress. As trial days and social events would also bemany of you will know they play on a great help.Sunday mornings and are well worth Should you wish to make contact with thewatching. Currently the under-11 teams club please contact Stephen Jennings theare playing in the Watford Friendly Secretary (stephen.jennings@sglip.co.uk).League in 9- a- side matches. Their yellow The Head Coach is Adam Clifftand blue club kits are provided by the club (07956276606).(thanks to the generosity of their As always the club is very grateful forsponsors). the support of its generous sponsors. The club is a feeder for Wingate and Simmons Gainsford LLP; WCUBED;Finchley Football Club. Team members Solomon Builders and Decorators;have the opportunity to transfer to the Waveline Aerials; The Holiday PlaceWingate youth section at U13 where PLC; TL Motors Ltd; Statons Estatethey can play at a significantly higher agents; Sea Rock Club and Indianlevel than the Watford Friendly league. Restaurant; Urban Solutions PropertyThe club is always looking out for new maintenance; Cartoon Network andmembers as well as team managers, Oakmere Cars.volunteers to referee, helpers to set up Taken with permission from the Hadleythe ground (and put everything back Wood & Wingate FC Newsletter (Editorafterwards). Jonathan Wynne) Assistance with administrative work 4
  5. 5. tography.Photo by Aziz. Aira pho Wedding Bharti and Sharad’s daughter Sheena married Mitul in August at the Radisson Edwardian Hotel in Hayes. In the photo (left) Bharti and Sharad, who run Take 7 in Hadley Wood, can be seen with the newly weds and their other daughter Priya. The wedding followed the Hindu Gujurati tradition. Sheena and Mitul are both working with KPMG and making their new home in Northwood. Bharti and Sharad would like to thank all their customers in Hadley Wood for their interest and for the many kind wishes they received. THE CELEBRITIES GUILD INVITES YOU TO ITS New Running Club in jog or run. Please note that this is a CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION pilot scheme and if successful, will Hadley Wood at the continue to be an ongoing club HOUSE OF COMMONS meeting up to 2 or 3 times a week. Thursdays: on Please encourage as many people THURSDAY 15 DECEMBER 9.15-10.15am as you can to come along as this will Meeting Point: from 12.30 pm help keep costs to a minimum. A chance to socialise with some Hadley Wood School, There will be opportunities to gain well-known MPs and enjoy the Christmas Courtleigh Avenue, EN4 0HT more in depth training on a small spirit group basis or one to one intensive Starting 3rd November 2011 Tickets £55 training to prepare for distance £3 per session for a In aid of equipment for disabled young events, weight loss or simply general people 12 week course. fitness. Please email me if you are For further information and tickets contact: interested. Telephone: 02084491234: This is an opportunity for people of all Sen al Ahmadi (10.00am-4.00pm) abilities & fitness levels to come hwrc@me.com www. celebritiesguild.org.uk together at least once a week to walk, 07956 398 123 5
  6. 6. HadleyWood Community Playground Renovation – How much will this cost the community?After our article in the last newsletter, we would like to London Marathon Trust, Sita, Tottenham Hotspurthank everyone who replied and showed their support to foundation and Arsenal Trust.this project. Whilst presenting this project we have been “Renovation of the Current Playground” – thisasked how much the project will cost the community to playground will take the existing size and fix the flooringgive our area a great playground. Although we have under all the current equipment whilst also upgrading theexplained this during our Public Meeting and at the toddler and older play centres which are the main focus ofFireworks Show we hope this article will help further. Our the playground. As this cost will be mainly from within theproject’s aims are to: community the amount needed to be raised us will be in Create a modern playground accessible to all Hadley the region of £35,000.Wood children up to the age of 12 yrs “Anything is possible” – this last option shows the Create a social environment for all Hadley Wood community that the more money raised, the better thefamilies to come and enjoy the activities. playground will be for the community. We will continue to To ensure this project is a success we have looked at work hard to make the playground the best possible placethree options: for our children to play. Already there are plans in place to The “Ultimate Playground” – this is the playground start raising the money for this project. Keep watching thiswhich has been extended (as many of you have seen by space. We are aware this is not an infinite project andthe ropes near the current playground). Plans were once a substantial amount of money has been raisedshown in the last issue and include lots of extra play within the community and with Grant funding a specialequipment. Speaking to the Council, other similar Public Meeting will be held so that the community can helpcharities and developers, this playground would be decide the future of the playground. This is everybody’sfinanced predominantly through Grants. However to playground and we want everybody in the community tomake us eligible and improve our chances of success enjoy it. For further information contact us atwe need to raise funds within the community. We have hwcpr@yahoo.co.uk or call 07949 073536.been advised to raise £20-30,000. Some of the Grant Thank you again for all your support,applications have already been made including The Laura & Maria. 6
  7. 7. FIREWORKS NIGHT. Its bonfire night again and Londis agree to sell the tickets. The after a week of dire evening gets under way. A last minute weather warnings from the rush at the entrance gates puts the experts the evening is nice start back by about ten minutes but dry and autumnal. A cool Greg Breskal, Duncan Jackson and northerly wind keeps Kevin Beasant on the gate somehow everybody’s collars up but manage to get almost everybody in there is a good turn out before the first rocket goes up. and it’s great to see so Graham on the PA system keeps the many Hadley Wood children involved by his regular families there. The whole enquiries. ‘Hello children. Are you area has been prepared enjoying the waiting?’ Nooooooooo is by the superhuman efforts the reply from a hundred small of groundsmen Kamil and voices. Are you looking forward to the Thomas, the bonfire built fireworks? Yeeeeeeees. comes back (with the usual expert help the chorus. Back in the bar Lisa Sarah from David Hawkins), and Carol Penny and Jeanette, barmaids the organisation laid on by for the evening, maintain the Graham Sharp, Chairman, reputation of that much loved and Lisa Winston,Manager profession with quick service and of our local Hadley Wood even quicker banter. Simon, the Association. The fireworks, Tennis Club President, and Steve music, Red Cross, the manage to keep control of the team, stalls, risk assessments, selling in the process about 400 cups marshalls, walkie talkies, of mulled wine and a small lake ofand licences have all been booked beer. Down the entry road come theand the site approved by Mr Johnson families. Lots of small mischievousfrom Enfield Council’s H&S faces, coloured light wands, peopledepartment. The advertising proved eating sausages hamburgers,difficult. Pinning adverts to local trees drinking coffee, meeting friends,is no longer allowed. Statons, as ever, jostling, laughing, hitching lifts on thecome to the rescue with their huge Ghost Train and trying out the stalls.yellow signs not to mention their very Music blaring out from the six hugegenerous sponsorship. Finally the amplifiers, dark figures movingalways helpful Bob and Sangita at around the upper field preparing the fireworks, and in front the menacing black outline of the huge bonfire. Red ‘laser’ beams are jumping and zeroing in on the Guy. In front of the rope stand the marshalls in their Hi- Viz. yellow jackets. Graham, the boss, is next to the PA system, with Tasos Richard Whitton, James Winston, 7
  8. 8. Sena, Frederic Marques and your editor giving the cordon a nice alliance of Anglo, Cypriot Turkish and Gallic protection for the families. Small cheeky voices call out. ‘When’s it going to start mister?’ Hey mister. Could you sit down. We can’t see through you (laughter).‘Hey Mr Yellowcoat? What time is it now.? I’m cold etc etc. Overin front of the Association Centre is Maria and Laura’s stallshowing details of the proposed playground improvements tomany interested residents and donors. Our local police from theSNT arrive. Police Sergeant Peter Moxham towering overeveryone, Kelvin Jones the PCSO and Inspector Nicki Reynoldsmixing with the crowd. All there to keep an eye on things andvery welcome too. Then the fireworks start. Bomblets, rockets,huge umbrellas of coloured lights in the sky are punctuated withhands on ears explosions. Smoke drifts towards the crowd butdisperses quickly in the wind. Sparks blown towards the schoolare watched with concern by the organisers and in fervent hopeby the pupils. Finally the display is finished and the families startto go home. A small crowd of teenagers move up to stand andsocialise around the embers of the fire. Its all over safely foranother year. Only John Leatherdale’s photos are left to recordthe event. Plus about three tons of assorted rubbish, spent fireworks, wads, cans, bottles, wrapping and bits of plastic. So who came for the clear- up next morning? Kamil and Thomas were there at 0730 with Charlotte Beasant (aged 12 years) and boss Graham Sharp. Not enough. So try and be there to help next year if you can. Rod Armstrong
  9. 9. Hadley Wood Pre-school and Playgroup, Hadley Wood Association Centre.The annual Firework party at the Centreprovides our main focus for fund raisingactivities this term. Our children helpedto make the Guy which looked majesticsitting on top of the enormous pile ofwood. The weather was kind, thefireworks and bonfire were wonderful.Throughout the evening staff andparents were kept busy face painting,running stalls and organising the Kid’sCafé. A BIG thank you to Selbourne DentalCare from Potters Bar who sponsoredus this year and to everyone whocontributed to the successful evening.It was also lovely that so many ex-pupils came to pay us a visit! By theend of the November we will beconcentrating on Christmas and all thefun and excitement which accompanyit. Our concert for parents, the partyand of course a visit from the man inred himself – if we’ve been good! “Stay& Play” our successful parent and toddler group which meets every Steam Train Trip? Monday afternoon in term time between 1-2.45pm. will have the last There is an exciting new steam train trip planned to run from Hadley meeting for this term on Monday 12th Wood to York for the St Nicholas Christmas Fayre, running on the 24th December. November this year, hauled by 60163 Tornado, the locomotive which Judy Quickenden, Supervisor featured in a race on BBCs Top Gear. Steam Dreams run regular steam train trips throughout Britain, but this will be the first to start from Hadley Wood and go to York via the Lincolnshire Wolds. Please do not hesitate to contact me for further information or images. Contact Claire Newton Steam Dreams, Albury Lodge, The Street, Albury, Guildford, Surrey, GU5 9AE D: +44 (0)1483 209888 F: +44 (0)1483 209889 www.steamdreams.com Above: HWPP’s Guy. Have your car valeted by us and experience our quadrapower snow foam system which is unique to us. For more details or booking call Adam on 07973-272347 or log onto aquavalet.co.uk
  10. 10. INTRODUCING Tuesday 1st November 2011 TO HADLEY WOOD INTRODUCTORY OFFER As From (AppoinmentsTuesday only) Book today to receive 10% off your first treatment For enquiries or appointments, please contact Lorraine Rutstein at: Howard Marshall Dentistry, 16 Crescent West Hadley Wood, Herts EN4 0EJEnfield’s Law gets need to get tougher on knife crime. I HEALING HALOtough on knife crime have been able to draw on my experience as a solicitor in youth In April, a 15- courts for the last 17 years seeing year-old called knife crime as a ‘blind spot’ when it Negus McClean comes to sentencing. Together we was stabbed have made a compelling case to and killed while ministers for change to legislation. trying to prevent We have now had accepted an Reiki a gang stealing amendment to the Sentencing Bill to Indian Head Massage his brother’s have mandatory sentences handed phone. In July, down to offenders aged 16 and 17 Hand, Arm & Leg Massage two rival gangs and over who use knives in a publicly fought threatening manner. I recognise thatwith machetes, knives and guns. The interventions need to happen amembers of these gangs were whole lot earlier to tackle the knifeyouths, and a sixteen year old was culture that has developed in Enfieldstabbed in the hand. and elsewhere. However the reality is These two harrowing cases have that any youth wielding a knife andthree striking similarities. The first is threatening someone’s life shouldthat they both involve knife crime. already expect to be locked up forThe second is that both involve longer than 2 months.youths. The third is that both Threatening someone with a knife Tel: 020 8441 0257occurred in our borough of Enfield. is a very serious offence that Mobile: 07950932927 Knife crime has become an all too deserves to be punished with a Email: lorrainegillian@hotmail.comfamiliar occurrence. Knife attacks are lengthy sentence. The new law “I truly believe that holistic/alternativeno longer shocking; and have simply makes it clear that if you are therapies are the way forward to balancebecome a permanent fixture in the 16 or above you must go to prison for mind, body & soul & to create harmonylocal paper. Almost every week there a minimum time. in oneself”is a story of knife crime that has yet In the wake of the August riots andagain blighted the community. with escalating knife crime the nationEnfield, of course, is not alone in was shaking its head in disapprovalfeeling the devastating affects of knife at Enfield.crime but it is a problem that isbecoming synonymous with the Now with what we now call Enfield’s law the nation can nod its NSPCCLondon Borough due to its frequency. head in approval. Christmas Coffee morning Against this background together David Burroweswith my constituency neighbour Nick Member of Parliament for Enfield at 8 Hadley Grove,de Bois MP we have championed the Southgate Hadley Green EN5 4PH CAMPAIGN FOR CAT HILL By kind permission of Mrs R.Treschi L&Q Developers propose to build on the site of Middlesex University a major Wednesday 30th housing development that consists of 8 blocks of flats, 5 of which are 6 storey. Plus an additional (approximately 100) 2 and 3 storey terraced, town houses. November 2011 This will mean an increase of around 1,000 people in the population of 10.30 am -12.30pm the Cockfosters neigbourhood, with attendant pressures on trafffic, schools, doctors, and all facilities. Preserves The plans have been submitted to Enfield council, but no decision has yet Cakes • Christmas been reached. Cards • Jewelry A protest has been organised at 11am on Saturday 26th November Raffle • Gifts Please come and help fight this development! Saturday 26th November 11am, by the pond at Cat Hill Campus, Please come and bring Banners & placards provided! your friends and enjoy a cup of coffee www.campaignforcathill.com Kate Prendergast, tel: 07852 902 938 Entrance £2.50
  11. 11. In Memoriam Raymond Battson 1914-2011 Having lived a wonderful life and reached the great age of 97 years, Raymond died peacefully at home on 29th September. He moved to Lancaster Avenue with his parents in 1935 and qualified as a Dental Surgeon a few years later. He served in the Army for the duration of the war and on his return set up a dental practice in Cockfosters. He married Yvonne in l956 and had a family of 3 daughters and in later years, eight grandchildren. He was an active member of St. Paul’s Church and enjoyed a round of golf at Hadley Wood in his younger years. He was an active member of the Southgate Rotary Club for over 50 years and was awarded the Paul Harris Award for his dedicated service. He was a loving husband and father and very much a family man. He will be greatly missed.Dear EditorI was delighted to read the article regarding the proposed improvement and Hadley Woodexpansion of the Hadley Wood Playground. I first moved to Hadley Wood in January 1972 and having brought up my two Association AGMdaughters who regularly used the Playground I am only sorry that the Wednesday Novemberproposed renovation was not considered many years sooner. The playground, 23rd at 7.30pmalthough enjoyed by many children in Hadley Wood, does not offer much Hadley Wood Centrechoice. How wonderful that these young mothers have formed a Committee (far end of tennis courtsto try and make better use of the Playground by suggesting not onlyexpanding the area but by their choice of layout and new facilities. This will Crescent East)enable many more children of all ages to enjoy playing together in safe andenvironmentally friendly surroundings. What sound can be better than that ofchildren laughing and enjoying themselves in the open air. Looking at the Lost a ladder? After an attempted break-in atlayouts of the proposed playground I think it will enable children to use theirimagination and learn to play and interact with each other. It will also provide Beech Hill in Septemberan opportunity for young families to meet and socialise together. Burglars left behind a ladder. What is more exciting is that children will want to play in their new playground To retrieve please contact– far more healthy for them than sitting inside at home playing computer Mr Om Obhrai ongames on the television. Good luck to all of you on the Committee. Yours etc 01708747027Sandra Kingston after November 25th Pilates Teacher - Personal Trainer Birthday celebration. Established lower back specialist Harry Exall was 3 years old on Would you like a more toned, more flexible, longer, 26th July. He celebrated with family leaner, stronger look to your body. These are just a few of the benefits Pilates offers. Private sessions & friends at a local soft play centre are becoming increasingly popular as exercises can be adapted to suit peoples individual needs. where he had much fun and too The sessions enable you to have a more personal method of learning. much cake! Don’t live with back pain book now to see a specialist Lower back pain is extremely common and can be acute enough Here Harry is with his Mummy & to stop people functioning normally on a day to day basis. Pilates is a key exercise method for helping to improve posture Daddy. and therefore relieve daily aches and pains. Jane & Roger Exall Lancaster Avenue, Contact Stuart on: 07787 552326 or email: stuart@pilates-stuart.co.uk Hadley Wood
  12. 12. HADLEY WOOD HADLEY WOOD HADLEY WOOD £1,650,000 £1,395,000 £1,150,000 Freehold Freehold Freehold Sole Agents Sole Agents Sole Agents 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 A beautifully presented 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom detached family residence This well presented Victorian family residence has been thoughtfully * Chain Free * 2008 winner of a Federation of Master Builders Award. offering wonderful living and entertaining space and benefiting from a refurbished and offers spacious five bedroom accommodation arranged over Beautifully extended and refurbished with stunning greenbelt views. Lounge/ German Hacker kitchen and luxury bathrooms. The beautiful west facing rear three floors and benefits from a landscaped rear garden extending to approx. dining room, tv/family room, Smallbone kitchen, study, guest cloakroom, 3 garden extends to approx. 160’ and the overall plot is approx one third of 235’ max. 3 reception rooms, 2 bathrooms, single garage. double bedrooms, en suite shower room, family bathroom, garage. an acre. HADLEY WOOD HADLEY WOOD HADLEY WOOD £795,000 £845,000 £795,000 Leasehold Freehold Leasehold Sole Agents Sole Agents Sole Agents 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 A beautifully presented three bedroom ground floor apartment in this unique An extended four bedroom (master with dressing room and en-suite *Chain Free* Stunning ground floor apartment which has been finished to an development situated on Hadley Wood’s premier road within easy reach of bathroom) detached family home in this popular turning in the heart of excellent standard. Situated behind a gated entrance for only 2 apartments. golf course, local shops primary school and mainline station. The M25 is a Hadley Wood. The spacious accommodation extends to approx. 1,650sq. Benefits also include en suites, walk in wardrobes and sole use of patio. short drive away. Kitchen, reception/drawing room, 2 en suite shower rooms ft. and includes lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, study, utility, Entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, snooker/dining room, guest cloakroom, 2 and a family bathroom. guest cloakroom and integral garage. The rear garden extends to approx. bedrooms (2 walk in wardrobes, en suite shower and en suite bathroom), 35m (115ft) and enjoys a westerly aspect. external area. HADLEY WOOD HADLEY WOOD HADLEY WOOD £795,000 £775,000 £695,000 Freehold Freehold Freehold Sole Agents Sole Agents Sole Agents 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 A beautiful cottage situated on Hadley Wood’s premier road, located a short A 3 bedroom semi detached home, which would benefit from updating and A very well presented detached 2 bedroom bungalow situated in this peaceful distance from the gate onto Hadley Common. Downstairs cloakroom, 2 refurbishment. There is ample scope to extend subject to the usual consents. cul-de-sac within a short distance of Trent Country Park, the M25 and reception rooms, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, family bathroom, courtyard garden, The property benefits from a large rear garden extending to approx. 100’. Cockfosters. Significant scope for extension subject to planning consent. access to car port. No upper chain, walking distance to the Hadley Wood Situated in the peaceful cul de sac in the heart of Hadley Wood within easy Entrance hall, guest cloakroom, dining room, drawing room, kitchen, 2 Golf Club. reach of Hadley Wood’s local shops. Primary School and mainline station. bedrooms, family bathroom, rear garden, double length garage. Driveway, garage. The Hadley Wood Association 7 Crescent East Hadley Wood Herts EN4 0EL 8449 7193 hadley.woodassoc@btconnect.com www.hadleywood.org.uk Chairman Graham Sharp 020 8449 2133 sharpie14@btinternet.com Editor Publisher Rod Armstrong 020 8449 5924 Advertising and Centre Manager Lisa Winston 020 8449 7193 hadley.woodassoc@btconnect.com Advertising Manager Betty Brough 020 8441 6859 bbr1934@aol.com Hall Bookings Annie 07903 138 235 hallbookings.hwa@gmail.com Security Task Force Membership secretary/Admin Caroline Berlyn 020 8441 8020 Safe Neighbourhood Team Police Sergeant Peter Moxham 020 8721 2688 or 07920 233 775The Hadley Wood News is published usually during the first weekend of each month. It is a community publication with the objective of bringing local news,views and events to the residents and friends of Hadley Wood. It is non-profit making with any surplus going to the Hadley Wood Association (HWA) for thedirect benefit of residents. Content is produced voluntarily with the make-up, printing and distribution paid for by advertising. Thank you to all our advertisers,without whom this magazine would not be possible. If you would like to contribute to a future issue or receive updates via email, please contact the Editorand Publisher. The HWA and anyone associated with the content of this newsletter cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy, claims or viewsexpressed. The Hadley Wood News does not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any of the advertisements or other information accesseddirectly or indirectly from this publication, nor the quality of any products, services, information or other materials displayed, purchased or obtained byanyone as a result of an advertisement or any other information or offer in connection with those products, services, information or other materials.HadleyWood News shall not be responsible for any errors or omissions contained in any advertisement or other information within this publication.The Publisher reserves the right to amend, abridge or reject any copy supplied for publication. E&OE HWA July 2011 To download a copy of this and/or previous issues of Hadley Wood News, please visit www.hadleywood.org.uk 12