Hadley Wood’s Running Club      INSIDE THIS MONTHS ISSUE      HWA Car Park. No help from Enfield      A Hadley Wood Childh...
In last month’s Hadley Wood News I wrote           stated that in the event these funds were not   A Hadley Woodabout our ...
Open Day for Weddings                                                        and Banqueting                               ...
diagnosing septicaemia and prescribing          wide variety of dwarf conifers and bulbs.       love it. Once the tree can...
CONSULTATIONS AT HADLEY WOOD      & LOCAL PRIVATE HOSPITALS.         TRAVEL VACCINATIONS,     IMMUNISATIONS AND THE NEW   ...
North London Hospice has launched its        “The Hospice 100 appeal and our othernew charity appeal, called Hospice 100 –...
Pilates Teacher - Personal Trainer                                              Established lower back specialist         ...
MONKEN HADLEY                                                             HADLEY WOOD                                     ...
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  1. 1. Hadley Wood’s Running Club INSIDE THIS MONTHS ISSUE HWA Car Park. No help from Enfield A Hadley Wood Childhood. Judy Rennie HADLEY WOOD NEWS MARCH 2012 ISSUE Trent Park. Aerial adventures WI. Purcell prodigies North London Hospice. Expanding Cherry Lodge. Forthcoming events LettersDESIGNED & PRINTED BY KALL KWIK BARNET TELEPHONE: 020 8441 4482
  2. 2. In last month’s Hadley Wood News I wrote stated that in the event these funds were not A Hadley Woodabout our application for funding from used for the specific purpose of fighting the Childhood:Enfield Council towards the refurbishment of development, they would revert to thethe car park at The Hadley Wood Association. The first Appeal letter did not Judy Rennie (nee Lock)Association Centre. As you know the car specify the same terms. I was born in Hadley Wood at Thepark is used predominantly by parents The Directors of the Association are now Chimes, No 33 Crescent West.taking their children to and from the considering the option that the Parkway My first memory is of the siren going offPlayschool at the Association Centre and to Fund, currently worth approximately opposite our house. Fearful of the bombsthe Primary school. It is also used by dog £35,000, be transferred to the Association we left Hadley Wood for three years butwalkers and others enjoying the various for the specific use of the Car Park returned in 1942 and rented 10 Crescentfacilities such as tennis at the Centre. refurbishment. They are keen to receive as West (now number 46) from my great I am extremely sorry to tell you that despite much feedback as possible. uncle, Leslie Lock, who owned thethe many messages of support from you Before any final decision is taken on this adjoining houses. He and his wife, Jessie,(which were much appreciated) we were matter, we would welcome any views from lived at No. 5. Nancy and Dorothy Clarkeunsuccessful, both the original donors to the Fund and any lived next door to us at 9 Crescent West The Association is now faced with a residents who wish to express their opinion. (now 44) and No 8 (now 34) was theserious problem in that for the car park to Please send any comments by letter or e- house now situated next to the new shopsremain open, we need to seek an alternative mail to the Hadley Wood Association Centre. (built 1964). No.34 was a Red Cross Postsource of funding. The Association is unable 1-7 Crescent East, Hadley Wood EN4 OEL. in the first World War. Much later, Lordto meet the whole cost of the refurbishment Telephone no. 0208 449 7193 email Havers (Lord Chancellor) and Ladyof the car park and the roadway to the car hadley.woodassoc@btconnect.com Havers moved into No. 7 with their twopark, in total some £36,000. WE DO WANT TO HEAR YOUR VIEWS. sons, Philip and Nigel (the actor). In 1948 Those of you who have attended the Graham Sharp. Chairman, Hadley Wood Sir Derek (cousin of Dudley, First SeaHWA Annual General Meetings over the Association. Lord) and Lady Pound moved intopast several years will recollect that Crescent West. The shops ca.1950.discussion has taken place each year on thefuture of the Parkway Fund. This Fund wasset up in the late nineteen eighties to fightmoves to develop a large car parking facilityand train station to the north of WaggonRoad. Each year the decision has been toretain the fund. There have, however, beenno further development proposals on thissubject since, though nobody can say withabsolute certainty that it will never happen atsome time in the future. We do, however,feel it is unlikely. The Fund in real terms isdepreciating year by year. The funds were raised under two separateAppeal letters, which significantly had slightlydifferent terms, in that the second letter 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. Open Day for Weddings and Banqueting Sunday 26th February 11.30 am – 3.30 pm West Lodge Park & its 35 acres of beautiful grounds are open for you to visit and have a walk around. View our TO COME wonderful four poster rooms. Our lovely banqueting suites will be laid up for the function of your dreams. With free entry & complimentary glass of sparkling wine, our team will be on hand to give tips and advice and offer diary dates. PROOF ONLYCrescent West (possibly number 39). MOTHER’S DAY was the teacher. Every Sunday afternoon Aged 6, I used to cycle to Kingsdown NOT FOR March Sunday 18th PRINT I had to go to tea with my Auntie Buff and Treat your Mother to Sunday Lunch at our Mary BealeSchool in Arkley. On Wednesdays, I had Restaurant. 3 course lunch with coffee, chocolates and a Uncle Sam (Bram and Bertha Kerr original surprise gift for mum. £42 per adult, children under 12to go to Bennetts, the fishmonger, on the £22.00. Payable on booking. Be sure to book early! members of the Golf Club) who lived oncorner of Union Street to collect the fish on Alternatively treat Mother to Afternoon Tea at West Lodge the Cockfosters Road (now Five Oaksmy way home. If ever I forgot, my mother Park. Enjoy a stroll around the stunning gardens and then Nursing Home). I found this a great trial relax between 3.30pm and 6.00pm with Afternoon Tea.sent me back to get it. Eventually Stella because of the long walk home butRoss Collins said she had room for me in enjoyed their wonderful garden with itsher car along with other children going to gate leading on to the 6th hole of the golf WEST LODGE PARKKingsdown. From then on I stood outside YO U R C O U N T RY R E T R E AT course. 39 and 37 Camlet Way wereChip Chase (now Camlet Corner) waiting Cockfosters Road, Hadley Wood, Herts, EN4 0PY. originally one house with a large garden T: 020 8216 3900 Email: wlpreception@bealeshotels.co.ukfor the car on the strict instructions that I www.bealeshotels.co.uk owned by my great aunt and uncle Wilfred HWN57never spoke to strangers. When the and Mabel Lock. She was another greatdoodlebugs (Germany’s V1 rockets) aunt I had to visit regularly. She had a Jackbegan Stella arranged to have a week. Although in small amounts, the Russell which bit me just missing the eye.governess and many of us children went rationing gave us meat, cheese and butter. I still have the scar.to her home, Trewithen, 28 Beech Hill to Fish was never rationed. The nearest swimming pool was thehave our lessons. Some families then After the war, my brother and I had an Water Splash at London Colney. I can stilldecided to try the new school, Stormont, in idyllic childhood. We both played tennis recall the long walk into Barnet, catchingPotters Bar and I started there in 1944. I and joined the Hadley Wood Lawn tennis the 84 bus and then spending all day atnow had to cycle to Green’s garage at club which had four grass courts. The the pool before the dreaded journeyHadley Highstone where they allowed me circular pavilion had a thatched roof and home.to leave my bike and take the bus to the ladies did tennis club teas every In 1946 my brother Peter took up golfschool. weekend in the summer. My brother Peter and joined the Golf Club. I continued to My most vivid memory of the war was had begun cricket at Heath Mount School play tennis. Apart from the club, I playedwhen the coalman and his lad were in Watton –on -Stone and used to bowl at on the Edells’ court (the present vicarage).delivering to our home in Crescent West. me day after day in our small garden. Corbar, (the Davies family) and at ArdochWe all watched a doodlebug flying Luckily Dorothy and Nancy Clarke next (the Coubrough family) which backed onoverhead. Its engine suddenly stopped. door allowed us to go and collect the ball to the old 6th tee. I remember theMummy rushed my brother and me inside, whenever it went over their fence. We excitement when we heard their son,pushed us under the dining room table, loved to build dams in the stream the other Ronnie, was coming home after being awhere we always slept, and lay on top of side of Bartrams Lane and to take down Japanese prisoner of war. The Rossus. The doodlebug dropped in Lancaster the numbers of the trains – especially the Collins family had moved to Camlet HouseAvenue. Flying Scotsman. When visitors came to which had a grass court. Bruce and My father was in the Home Guard which stay they complained about the noise of Margaret Williamson had a hard courtused to meet in the old squash court at the the trains at night but we never heard which backed on to the practice course.Golf Club in the evenings. His job was to them. We also played in the half built During the war, Bruce, a consultantguard the golf course and the railway house in Lancaster Avenue. Peter and I physician had possibly saved my life bytunnel but from hearsay it seemed to used to walk into Barnet to the little villageinvolve many games of poker. shop where we bought Cadbury’s We were never short of food. Bread and chocolate drinking powder, which we useddripping was a favourite at tea time. My to consume on the way home. The shopsuncle, Douglas Lock, was a farmer in in Hadley Wood (now replaced by the twoGoffs Oak and occasionally brought us blocks of flats) were the Grocer/Post Officeeggs and a chicken. My mother used to owned by Arthur Collins and next door thepickle the eggs and kept them in a bucket draper, run by Miss Frusher. We used toin the outside cloakroom. Rabbit was spend our sweet ration at Miss Frusher’s.another favourite but I do remember her Sunday school was in Camlet Waybemoaning the fact of only one onion a where my great aunt, Florence Robbins, Hadley Wood Lawn Tennis Club. Ca.1940 3
  4. 4. diagnosing septicaemia and prescribing wide variety of dwarf conifers and bulbs. love it. Once the tree canopy develops itthe new drug, penicillin. Rhododendrons and Camellias are only will be well hidden with only the screams of In 1947 I went away to boarding school, suited by an acid soil. people clinging onto ropes to break theSt. Felix in Southwold, but the holidays Co-ordinate colours from one side of the woodland silence. Apparently it will openwere filled with tennis. I entered all the spectrum together ie pinks of alstromeria sometime in late March and you will havetournaments, played at Junior Wimbledon and poppies blend with penstemon and to a) book b) receive instruction c) pay andand went to Queens for coaching. At dianthus. Above all have a go and d) be over 10 years and above a certainhome the talk was always golf but I held remember if you feel you have made a height to follow the route. Sounds as ifout against it for as long as I could until I mistake, you can move them around later children will have to be accompanied bywas finally persuaded to try it. To my great in the season. parents.surprise I loved it straightaway and joined darrensmithgardens@ yahoo.co.uk Personally I might give this one a miss.the Golf Club in 1952. Unless they intend to hand out In the same year Sir Gilbert and Lady parachutes.Rennie moved into 7 Beech Hill and I Aerial adventures Rod Armstrongmarried their son Neil. Sir Gilbert was a The attractively named French firm ‘Gowonderful man. The son of a village Ape’ is currently setting up an aerialblacksmith in Scotland he won a Military adventure network in the tops of some Women’s Institutecross in the First World War and became high trees in Church Wood, Trent Park. The Hadley Wood W.I, Ladies enjoyed aGovernor General of Rhodesia and Although plans met with the approval of most remarkable evening thanks to theNyasaland. Neil and I spent the next ten the Friends of Trent Park they have not arrangements made by Gloria Neal. Afteryears working in Africa and eventually pleased everyone and a breakaway an excellent High Tea at the nearby Hilton,returned to live locally. group, the Real Friends of Trent Park are we went to the Purcell School of Music forJudy Rennie angry and unhappy about it. a wonderful concert given by the senior They feel it will attract hundreds more pupils whose ages ranged from 15 toGardening Tips for people to the Park, overwhelm facilities 19 yrs. The pupils came from Turkey, such as parking and generally interfere Singapore, Korea, Taiwan and, of course,March with the rustic flavour of the area. Where is the UK. Each one gave a recital on theGardeners will argue for ever about the it and what’s it like? You just walk from the piano, violin, tuba, double bass andbest way to plant borders but where do car park in the general direction of marimba. They were so young, dedicatedyou start? The first thing to do before you Cockfosters, past the toilets, across the and hard working that it gave everyone inget carried away with artistic fervour is to road leading to the mansion and follow the the hall renewed faith in the future of theprovide the plants with the soil and path that curves away to your left. There, young. They are not all yobs and rioters!conditions they need to grow well. It is a high in the trees on your right, you can see The Purcell School is the oldest schoolgood idea to see what other plants people the rigging in progress. Ladders, for young musician in this country and isgrow in your area especially when you are platforms, netting and ropeways. It looks now celebrating its 50th Year. It is on ourdeciding what is hardy enough and what alright to me and the kids will absolutely doorstep and deserves our support.will thrive on local soil. Check plants Frainy Ardeshirheights and spreads. Self colouredborders are easy though you do notnecessarily have to stick to one colour. If Assisted suicideyou decide on white for example, you can It is always difficult toincorporate pale creams, greens, pale predict what will beblue and pale pink. If your garden is small, national issues in thethe best treatment is to emulate the old coming months but ifcottagers of the past and put everything recent media activity istogether in a glorious jumble. If time is anything to go by,short, you can plant your borders using a assisted suicide will be 4
  5. 5. CONSULTATIONS AT HADLEY WOOD & LOCAL PRIVATE HOSPITALS. TRAVEL VACCINATIONS, IMMUNISATIONS AND THE NEW PREVENTATIVE INJECTION 0208 364 9955 or 0208 441 1556 FOR CERVICAL CANCER FLU VACCINATIONS AVAILABLE Patients on the NHS list are excluded evident in our borough through Macmillan nurses, The Nightingale Cancer Supportone this year. Centre and North London Hospice. The Should we free relatives from the burden words of the French biologist Jeanof prosecution and allow terminally ill Rostand sum it up for me: “For my part Ipatients the choice of assisted death? believe that there is no life so degraded,Should we be concerned at the example debased, deteriorated, or impoverishedoverseas where legalising assisted suicide that it does not deserve respect and is nothas lead to a huge increase in such worth defending with zeal and conviction".deaths? Can adequate safeguards be David Burrows. MPwritten in to new laws to protect thevulnerable? Is legalising assisted suicide promoting wellbeing from a backgrounda step on the slippery slope to legalising Hospice expands of social work and psychology. “We’re veryeuthanasia? It is an issue which cuts specialist care and proud of the new building and we’reacross party and ethical lines. I recognise appoints new manager hoping to reach many more people whothat caring for the terminally ill is a need us from across Barnet, Haringeydesperately difficult, complex and in Enfield and Enfield.personal situation and any debate needs “Day care for our outpatients will includecare and sensitivity and I would welcome North London Hospice has appointed a a wide range of specialist treatments andhearing from those with direct experience. new manager for its day services as the complementary therapies – everythingMy view is that there is not a need to charity expands its specialist care this from reflexology to art therapy – as well aschange the law on assisted suicide. The spring with a new state-of-the-art building vital services including painprosecution guidelines published last in Enfield. management.”February has given a compassionate view To complement its established servicesto judgments upon agonising decisions in Barnet, the hospice – which celebratestaken by relatives of terminally ill patients. its 25th anniversary this year – will open its60 cases referred to the Director of Public purpose-built day services at WinchmoreProsecutions have not led to prosecution. Hill this May.But it is right that the law makes clear that New manager Anneli Beesley says it’ssociety respects life, with all its difficulties, an exciting time for everyone involvedand suicide is not to be encouraged or with North London Hospice’s latestassisted. I believe we need to work harder development.at supporting end of life care through “We can’t wait to get started,” saidfunding excellent palliative care which is Anneli, who brings experience of 5
  6. 6. North London Hospice has launched its “The Hospice 100 appeal and our othernew charity appeal, called Hospice 100 – fundraising activities in 2012 will help usand Chief Executive Douglas Bennett is develop our specialist end-of-life care forhoping the local communities will show our inpatients at Woodside Park, our daysupport. care visitors in Enfield, and for thousands “Many people don’t know that North of people in their own homes.”London Hospice is a charity,” said North London Hospice Week (27 Feb –Douglas. “The majority of our money 4 Mar) and Hospice 100: there are manycomes through fundraising - less than ways to get involved and help support the25% comes from the NHS. These are charity’s specialist services. Please calltough economic times, but we can go 020 8446 2288 or emailfrom strength to strength with this new fundraising@northlondonhospice.co.uk.facility to complement our established Deborah Mosdallservices in Barnet.25 Years posting letters in Hadley WoodOur congratulations and thanks go toGraham our indefatigable postman whothis year celebrates twenty five yearsdelivering letters to most parts of HadleyWood. Always cheerful and a pleasure to Dr Keith Garberchat with, Graham turns out whatever the Dr Andrew Halmerweather. He remembers the supermarketand wine shop on the parade at Crescent Dr Tina Chrysostomouand the bench in front of the hairdressers All aspects of general dentistrywhere he could take a short break. Not offered throughout the weekcontent with walking miles every day up including Saturday morningand down our roads and paths he runs appointmentsmarathons in his spare time to keep fit! Keep going Graham. Hadley Wood Please contact our receptionwould not be the same without you. 16 Crescent West, Hadley Wood, Barnet, Herts, EN4 0EJ Tel: 020 8441 0257 Black Tie Dinner & Dance Saturday 28th April 2012 Supporting the Hadley Wood Community Playground Renovation Your invitation includes: Drinks Reception from 7pm on the grounds of the beautiful Hadley Wood Golf Club 3-course Menu Charity Raffle & Auction Music & Dancing until Midnight £100 per ticket - limited to 130 For further information please contact Maria Evans on 07767 325870 or Laura Gassner on 07949 073536 Sponsored by 6
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Call Adam on 07973 272347 or Contact Stuart on: 07787 552326 or email: stuart@pilates-stuart.co.uk email adam@aquavalet.co.uk Letters to the Editor Hi to all As some of you may know I have set Education in 1947 for a Teacher Training coveted prize it would be. What number up a sponsorship scheme to try and College which then, in 1951, morphed of interested speculators will be vying in get some support for those Labradors into the Middlesex Polytechnic. Then eager anticipation for the opportunity to whose medical needs are funded by again, in 1993 the MoE Assets Board exploit what they will regard, quite the Trust. All charities are finding acquired title to the site from LBE for erroneously in my view,as a brown field these economic times challenging and Middlesex University [MU]. It was a site. A de facto brown field site it may Labrador Lifeline is no exception. gratis acquisition which lamentably, well be but it is still designated as All I ask is that you spread the word perpetuated this separate area, sacrosanct Green Belt land and as for us and ask your friends to have a unavailable to the general public, in the such for any Planning application to look at the Sponsor a Labrador centre of the park. This invidious status gain approval there would need to be website to see if they might be quo has been tolerated for 60 years and exceptional circumstances for any interested to help us over this sticky will remain so unless and until it is residential or similar development. period. It is linked to our main website reclaimed and incorporated with the rest It cannot be emphasised enough, www.labrador-lifeline.co.uk . of the park. This would ensure that any however, that LBE will almost certainly Thank you and best wishes to all future threat to its integrity and full adopt an obdurate stance on this and it Jill. Sponsor Co- ordinator. The enjoyment by the public is not is now incumbent on the citizenry of Labrador Lifeline Trust compromised without its (the public’s) Enfield and Barnet to make known its acquiescence, be it for educational vehement disapproval of the continued Dear Editor purpose, housing development or misappropriation of the parks I think it is appropriate in this our whatever. epicentre. We should have no Queens Diamond Jubilee Year that the LBE has a discretionary prerogative it compunction about criticising LBE for outdoors lovers of Enfield and Barnet can exercise to recover ownership of the shameful dereliction of its responsibility reflect upon another diamond jubilee campus site without waiting for it to towards the many thousands who occasion, albeit of a rather more be vacated. It can then promote the use derive so much enjoyment and parochial kind. of it for purposes and in a manner pleasure from TCP and which would be , I refer to the opening up of Trent compatible with the ethos and objectives considerably enhanced were it to County Park to the general public in of a country park, namely, peace and include full and free access to the 400 1952 by the [then] Middlesex County tranquillity without intrusive or polluting acres which has been denied them Council following its compulsory activity or construction. these past 60 years. Moreover, think of purchase from Hannah Gubbay to It would be folly to demur any longer the enormous benefit to park users who whom her cousin Sir Phillip Sassoon over this matter. To patiently wait for the could use the spacious car parking had willed it in 1939. mandarins in Enfield Civic Centre shuffling facilities on the campus site. At a stroke In drawing attention to this their feet and wrestling with their it would solve the existing horrendous interesting historical anniversary we consciences debating whether to review problems associated with inadequate need to be reminded of the fact that their mandate on behalf of all space. It is hoped that all who are this benevolent civic gesture excluded who treasure the arcadian pleasures of concerned about protecting and the most scintillating gem embedded Trent Park is too great a gamble. improving upon their splendid heritage in the very heart of this delightful It is common knowledge that MU will of TCP will not sit idly by. expanse of open space and ancient move out within a short time. Already Londons Mayor, Enfield and Barnet woodland. The 400 or so acres disturbing rumours abound suggesting MPs, local councillors and others per excised from the park [that included the some kind of grandiose housing copy of this letter would do well to imposing mansion and other notable development which, of course, is earnestly address this matter. heritage buildings] had been undoubtedly an option much favoured by Yours sincerely requisitioned by the Ministry of MUs successors to the site; and what a Peter R Hewitt 7
  8. 8. MONKEN HADLEY HADLEY WOOD HADLEY WOOD Price Guide Price Guide £1,500,000 £3,900,000 £2,795,000 Freehold Freehold Freehold Sole Agents Sole Agents Sole Agents 020 8449 3383 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 Elegant early 18th century Grade II listed Georgian residence in this A stunning re-built home of just over 5,500 sq ft which has been A skilfully extended and beautifully presented interior designed 5 most sought after setting close to Hadley Common. The property completed to a high specification and situated in one of the area’s most bedroom, 3 bathroom detached family residence, benefiting from an retains many period features, has immense charm, dating back to sought after locations. 7 bedrooms, 4 reception rooms, 5 en suite Italian kitchen and 3 high quality bathrooms, garage and garden. circa 1720 with Victorian additions and a stunning recently erected bathrooms, including cinema room, games room, landscaped rear glass conservatory. 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 5 reception rooms, garden, summer house, integral garage. heated swimming pool, delightful walled garden and additional detached cottage. HADLEY WOOD ENFIELD HADLEY WOOD £1,395,000 £1,250,000 Price Guide Freehold Freehold £1,000,000 Sole Agents FIRST PROOF ONLY Freehold Sole Agents 020 8440 9797 NOT FOR PRINT 9797 020 8440 020 8440 9797 This well presented Victorian family residence has been thoughtfully A spaciously planned detached family residence in need of some A rare opportunity to acquire a delightful 4 bedroom detached refurbished and offers spacious five bedroom accommodation updating and offering substantial scope for extension subject to the chalet bungalow offering significant scope to extend subject to the arranged over three floors and benefits from a landscaped rear usual consents situated on a plot approaching half and acre with a usual consents. 2 reception rooms, conservatory, 3 bathrooms, garden extending to approx. 235’ max. 3 reception rooms, 2 wide frontage to Clay Hill. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 reception detached double length garage, garden approx 85’. bathrooms, single garage. rooms, rear garden and grounds, detached 4 car garage. HADLEY WOOD HADLEY WOOD THE RIDGEWAY £945,000 £895,000 £695,000 Freehold Share of Freehold Share of Freehold Sole Agents Sole Agents Leasehold 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 A detached three bedroom family residence offering significant A very well presented and spacious detached bungalow A stunning apartment offering luxuriously presented and spacious scope to extend subject to the usual planning consents. 3 benefiting from a landscaped rear garden extending to approx 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom accommodation in this exclusive bedrooms, reception room, family bathroom, integral garage and 80’. 3 bedrooms, bathroom, reception room, loft space, double development of just seven homes and benefiting from glorious benefiting form a rear garden extending to approximately 120ft. garage. views over greenbelt countryside. 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 HWA Membership Secretary Mrs Sue Finlay Tel. 0208 441 2595 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 December 2011 To download a copy of this and/or previous issues of Hadley Wood News, please visit www.hadleywood.org.uk 8

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