INSIDE THIS MONTHS ISSUE      Whats happening in Hadley Wood?                                                             ...
Whats happening in                             to the usual field behind Crescent East       father had come down to Londo...
Centenary weekend. The other offices                                              sponsor Brookman’s Park Fete and the    ...
Lawdens began building houses in                                                Duchy, Claremont road and Courtleigh      ...
shops could be built. By then the childrenwere growing up and we had discovereddry rot in the basement. Altogether wewere ...
Have your car valeted by us and                                                    experience our quadrapower snow        ...
Anthony Trollope probably watched or              Pilates Teacher - Personal Trainer                                      ...
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  1. 1. INSIDE THIS MONTHS ISSUE Whats happening in Hadley Wood? SEPTEMBER 2011 ISSUE Nancy Blishen. Memories. HADLEY WOOD NEWS Profile. Nick Staton HWGC. Past Lady Captains on parade. Bartrams Lane field. Ours. The Highstone and Hadley, East and West Cricket MatchDESIGNED & PRINTED BY KALL KWIK BARNET TELEPHONE: 020 8441 4482
  2. 2. Whats happening in to the usual field behind Crescent East father had come down to London from and bring the kids. Stoke on Trent and starting with very little,Hadley Wood? Work on the Grade 2 listed white gates developed a firm making fireplaces. It As part of Enfield’s future at the top of Hadley Road and The became a very successful business but plans, the Local Crescent is proceeding well. As you know once central heating was introduced Development Framework most of the cost is being borne by the nobody wanted fireplaces anymore. Life incorporates changes to Friends of Hadley Common. If you would became a lot tougher and Nick had to the local Green Belt like to contribute to the preservation of leave the school. He and his sister went amounting to a reduction these historic landmarks please send to work for their father as he startedin size of about three hectares. The your cheques to Chris Feldman again, this time making bedroomCouncil have published their proposals Hon.Treasurer, 66 Hadley Road New furniture. They worked seven days awhich can be read on their website at Barnet, Herts EN5 5QS made payable to week all hours. Nick liked the contact then following the link ‘Friends of Hadley Common’. As you clients, could draw plans and designto Planning, Land and Regeneration. swing your car through the famous gates layouts. “My Dad taught me how to get Erika Lindsay who is a local resident this will allow you to casually mention to on with people” he said. His sister did theand a professional planner has drawn our friends from outside the area that you administration. After five years of hardattention to some changes applying to have been involved in their upkeep. work the company was doing wellHadley Wood. One is a slight alteration to (Modesty of course preventing you from enough to move to Staples Corner wherethe boundary along Bartrams Lane so mentioning the size of your contribution). Statons furniture became a well knownthat the left hand verge (as you go down Finally, for those of you involved in and respected firm employing up tothe lane) is now Green Belt. Other organising events in Hadley Wood please eighty men and women in the factory.changes involve parts of Waggon Rd. by remember to let us know in plenty of time Although Nick liked to work with histhe railway bridge as well as down by so that we can include details in the issue father he did not want to take over theSlopers Farm. There are also some small one month before the event. We can also firm and with it the daily headacheschanges around the golf course. We put details of forthcoming events onto our associated with manufacturing andhave looked at these and cannot find website at factories. An alternative came when hisanything particularly worrying about Rod Armstrong sister married George Roberts of Bladesthem. However if you are living close to Editor Estate agents based in Totteridge Lane.the areas mentioned you might like to Nick was offered a job in the office, lovedcheck the details yourself. On Wednesday September 14th there Profile. Nick Statonwas the public meeting to discuss plans Nick Staton is a well known figure infor a much improved playground on the Hadley Wood and a great supporter of itsfield between the school and our village institutions. Interested in the varioushall aka the Hadley Wood Association pathways he followed before arriving onHall. our doorsteps, the HW News decided to Coming up in November will be the go and talk to him. Welcomed into theannual Family Fireworks evening on inner sanctum of his Hadley Wood OfficeSaturday November 5th. The gates will be I heard his story. Born in Muswell Hill heopen at 5.30pm and the fireworks will attended Keble before going as astart at 7.30pm. We hope you will come boarder to Bishop’s Stortford school. His 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 ww om Fr i e n d l y, Friendly, Compassionate e The Place for Puppy g & Caring Professionals. Parties! 2
  3. 3. Centenary weekend. The other offices sponsor Brookman’s Park Fete and the Essendon fete. “My philosophy” he says “Is that this is the area I work in and earn my living. If I can put something back in by sponsorships or other forms of support I am happy”. TAILORING AND REPAIRS BY EXPERTS What about relaxation? He enjoys being with the grown up children he inherited after marrying Nikki three years ago. “That was a life changing moment. A wonderful change”. He likes to play tennis, watches sport on TV and looksthe work and got on well with George Nancy Blishen.who he had known since they were boys.Sadly George’s marriage to his sister did Memories of Hadleynot last and after the divorce Nick felt he Wood.had to leave the office. Jobless he wasoffered a position with Macallan and Eve When I came to Hadley Wood in 1951,the estate agents opposite Barnet police Number 1 Crescent West was a largestation. There he continued to learn the house standing in an acre and a quarterbusiness. Eventually Stewart Macallan Concert Dinner of garden. (The picture is of the house Una Birtchnell (Cello) And Katie Grace (Flute)retired, Nick and his sister bought the and back garden, now Bartram’s Lane) It Friday 14th Octoberbusiness and the firm of Statons Estate Reception at 7.00pm with sparkling wine and had been built as a railway hotel.Agents was launched. “Why black and canapés, three course dinner and concert. However General Booth of Salvationyellow” I asked. “Keble colours” said Price: £55.50 per person. Dress code: Black tie.Nick. “I must have subconsciously got to FREE Dessertlike them”. In the Mary Beale Restaurant One day his sister announced they were Buy two courses for Lunch (Starters and Mains) and get a dessert free when you present this advert.moving. The new office was at Hadley Valid Monday to Friday from Monday 16th May tillHighstone opposite the Hadley Green Wednesday 30th November 2011. Must mention atGarage. Further expansion followed with the time of booking. Cannot be used with any other offer. 1 per person. Not Valid on Bankoffices now in Radlett, Brookmans Park Holidays or Weekendsand Totteridge. There are also links incentral London and abroad. GeorgeRoberts moved back with him and theHadley Wood office in Crescent West, WEST LODGE PARK YO U R C O U N T RY R E T R E ATonce Blades, became Statons the only Cockfosters Road, Hadley Wood, Herts, EN4 agency in Hadley Wood. T: 020 8216 3900 Email: HWN53 Nick likes Hadley Wood. “Sensationalplace. Still very sought after”. His ownhome is here and he has always been a after Maisie the spaniel. ‘What else I ask?’ Army fame, who lived in Lancasterstrong supporter of its many activities. He Music is very important. He relaxes by Avenue fearing drunkenness and allsponsors the Tennis Club, the Junior playing the piano, composing music and kinds of other wickedness, put his footFootball, fireworks night by the Hadley writing lyrics. Pressed he admits to down hard enough to prevent this everWood Association and the Scratch team having his name on a couple of albums. happening. Albert Edward Kingwell, bailifffrom Hadley Wood Golf Club. If that was On the wall above him is a collage of for the area, lived and worked on thenot enough he also recently sponsored people and scenes from Barnet life second floor but hardly used thethe Talent Contest at the St Paul’s Church produced by the Council. He is there in remainder of the house. After he died it the foreground though it is not the artists stood empty for two years and this is greatest picture. when my husband and I with two other Quite rightly he will not be drawn on the couples who were friends, found it. It was topic of Hadley Wood’s celebrities. My not a particularly beautiful house but it chances of an introduction to Cheryl, JLS, had possibilities and was ideal for turning Alexander Burke or various footballers into three flats. Finally after much fade along with the possibility of some negotiation, the house was ours and we great articles for the News. had time to look around the area that was I get up to go. His phone (kindly left to be our home once the conversion was outside the room) is getting seriously complete. heated up. Back to business. Hadley Wood was a different place Rod Armstrong then. For example, the railway station had a canopy with white wooden ‘dags’ round 3
  4. 4. Lawdens began building houses in Duchy, Claremont road and Courtleigh Avenue. There was no primary school in the 1950’s. A bus used to pick up our children near the station and on a long roundabout journey, take pupils from outlying farms, finally depositing them at the village school in Botany Bay, off the Ridgeway. There was a special treat on birthdays, when the lucky one was allowed to sit next to Sam the driver. There were several colourful and eccentric characters in the Crescent. One lady in particular was apparently a cottage on Camlet Way. He knew everyone Bishop’s widow. She met my husband in Hadley Wood and had his own petthe outside- remniscent of Hornby train one day in the street and demanded “ names for most of them (some not verysets – and the platforms and waiting Oxford or Cambridge”? Remembering complimentary!). He told us that Mrrooms were lit by gas. There were only boyhood challenges that referred to the Kingwell when living at Number 1 Crescenttwo sets of lines; work had yet to be Boat Race he promptly answered West had swivelling mirrors on all thestarted on the building of the second “Cambridge” although he had not been ground floor windows –to enable him totunnel and the trains were still powered to either. Presumably she assumed that if check the gardeners were not steam. you lived in Hadley Wood you must have As an agent to the Jack estate, At the top of the slope by the station been one or the other. Kingwell was responsible for the lettingwas an air-raid siren, which was tested There were only two shops in Hadley of some of the houses in the Crescentsperiodically. We were glad when that Wood then. The Hadley Wood Stores and people brought their rents to him.came to an end! A blue police box was owned by Mr Collins- who informed me He apparently had a large cash box inalso there, where our neighbourhood once “We are the Harrods of Hadley his office and had the reputation ofpoliceman used to put his Alsatian dog, Wood”. I was prepared to dispute this but being ‘a bit of a miser’. When he diedwith instructions not to bark-all part of his it occurred to me that, as far as prices the box was never found and we weretraining! were concerned he was right! Next door told to keep our eyes open when the There was a shed-type building next to was a rather formidable lady, Miss house was demolished eleven yearsthe station which had originally been a coal Frusher, who reigned over what can only later- but no luck. Another of Kingwell’soffice, but by then was being used as a be described as an emporium, which habits was to take plants from thedistribution centre for free orange juice and included newspapers, magazines, gardens of houses that were for salepowdered milk for babies as well as haberdashery and confectionery. The and put them into his own. Thus we hadMarmite at a reduced price. It later became shop was lit by gas and hanging over the a very well stocked garden when wea greengrocers and was finally pulled gas bracket there was, amazingly, a pair moved in. But, on the positive side, thedown when they built the new station. of what I think used to be called directoire field at the back of Bartrams Lane, The present cricket pitch and football knickers (double gussets and elastic at where cricket, football and dog walkingfield, which lies behind Bartram’s Lane, the knees). Clutching their Saturday still flourish was, to our understanding,was a lush meadow full of wild flowers, pennies on a quest for sweets, our Mr Kingwell’s gift to the residents ofwith horses grazing on it and a tethered children, catching sight of this enormous Hadley Wood ‘in perpetuity’.goat in the far corner. Cathy who owned article of underwear, used to be seized by Time went by and eleven years later inthe goat, finally married the helpless giggles and totally unable to 1964, a local builder asked us if we hadneighbourhood policeman and they give their orders. ever thought of selling the property. Hemoved to Devon to start a farm together. If we had had a town crier it would have had already discovered that the land we Kingwell Road was built first and then been Frank Pinner who lived in a small occupied was the only place where more 4
  5. 5. shops could be built. By then the childrenwere growing up and we had discovereddry rot in the basement. Altogether wewere ready for a change. So a deal was CONSULTATIONS ATdone. He would erect the shops and flats HADLEY WOOD &on Crescent West and build us threehouses at the end of the garden-facing LOCAL PRIVATE HOSPITALSthe fields at the back. SMEAR MONTH We had grown very fond of Hadley A special price Well Women clinic offeredWood and wanted it to be an attractive this month includes, blood pressure,development. We employed an architect urine, smear/pv, breast considerable expense to design the Mammogram extra.houses and the shops. In his plans theexisting curved drive in front of the housewould remain as would the beautiful silver that at least we tried to get it right.birch tree at the end of the drive. We were Nancy Blishen.young and innocent enough to believe (Reprinted with the kind permission of Mrsthat all this would be done, but sadly a Blishen from a previous article in thetractor ‘accidentally went through the Hadley Wood News. Photos are from theroots of the silver birch etc etc. John Leatherdale ‘Images of Hadley I just wanted to say this so you know Wood’ collection) Bartram’s Lane field. The field behind the shops of Crescent Forget Prince Charming... This is what every little princess has been waiting West also known as Bartram’s Lane field for. A unique, girls-only, online boutique specialising in clothes with the wow is part of the land leased to the Hadley factor. Visit our website for super-fluffy, extra puffy petti-skirts, tops to tempt and dresses to dazzle. Our collection is just tutu cute to be forgotten. Wood Residents Association (the HWA) by Enfield Council. (The photo was actually taken last year when some horses from an adjoining field decided they preferred our grass.) The field rises up in a sort of inverted U shape over the railway bridge to join up with the land behind the Association building (our Village Hall) and adjoining the Primary school. Part of the agreement with Enfield was that the field should be used to provide sporting and recreational facilities for the residents of Hadley Wood. So it Custom orders also available: is kept in good condition and is regularly mowed and cared for by our groundsman Kamil. It is used according to the seasons by the Junior football teams, a cricket team, 5
  6. 6. Have your car valeted by us and experience our quadrapower snow foam system which is unique to us. For more details or booking call Are now pleased to welcome to their team, Adam on 07973-272347 or Dentists with specialist interests in: log onto Endodontics (Root Canal Therapy) by Dr Marta Suarezthe Boot camp and an assortment of kite Mums taking their children to and from the Orthodontics, including incognito bracesflyers, joggers, strollers, dog walkers and primary school), the tennis courts, the by Dr Shahla Rahmanpicnickers. At one end are the garages Association building with its bar, hall, itswhich hold the equipment belonging to playschool and its various clubs. Periodonticsthe various clubs. The oldest garage has If you want to join and help keep all this (All treatments for gum health)just been replaced (see picture by Dr Riccardo Zambonbelow) as it was very decrepit and Please enquire at our practice Receptionleaking. The field is a lovely bit ofcountryside on our doorsteps and 16 Crescent West, Hadley Wood,it is a facility maintained and Barnet, Herts, EN4 OEJ.provided for your benefit by the Tel: 02084410257Hadley Wood Association. YourAssociation. That’s why we keep going please consider joining. It’s aboutnagging you to join so that facilities £1.00 a week for a family. Email Lisa atlike this can continue to be oravailable. What are these facilities? telephone her on 0208 449 7193 and sheThe fields, the free car park (used will send you a many residents as well as Hadley Wood Association St Martha’s School t a artha’s Hadley Wood y Wood Open n Morning ornin ng 1st October 2011, 10am - 12 noon • Academic Excellence xcellence • Outstanding Pastoral Care g Care r • Catholic School welcomin hool welcoming ng all faiths • Bus services and shuttle s nderground to rail and underground • Bursaries and Scholarship nd Scholarships ps • Peaceful, tranquil setting anquil For more information or to request a mation request prospectus please call 020 8449 6889 ase ns@saint-marth or email: St. Martha’s School | Camlet Way | Hadley Wood | Barnet EN4 0NJ 6
  7. 7. Anthony Trollope probably watched or Pilates Teacher - Personal Trainer played cricket here whilst living with his Established lower back specialist mother Fanny at Grandon in 1836. Today Would you like a more toned, more flexible, longer, its a windy and cloudy day, intermittently leaner, stronger look to your body. sunny but with a threat of rain. On the These are just a few of the benefits Pilates offers. Private sessions are becoming increasingly popular as exercises can be adapted to Common spectators are sitting on folding suit peoples individual needs. chairs or sprawled on the grass. A couple The sessions enable you to have a more personal method of learning. of dogs sit at the feet of their owners Don’t live with back pain book now to see a specialist pleading for attention. Some small boys Lower back pain is extremely common and can be acute enough to stop people functioning normally on a day to day basis. are practising. A nicely eclectic mix of Pilates is a key exercise method for helping to improve posture ladies and gentlemen of all age groups and therefore relieve daily aches and pains. are on the pitch. (The youngest player is Contact Stuart on: 07787 552326 or email: Hadley’s Annual Ed Gaeton aged 8 yrs. The oldest ..well actually no one volunteered thiscricket match. information). Mike Bethune Captain of the A September Sunday. West team and a resident in the area for “Everybody has a bat and a bowl. Once The annual cricket thirty five years, kindly explains the system. you have scored twenty five runs you have match between teams from East and West Hadley is being played on a tree encircledHadley Common. (East and West refersto those residents living to the east orwest of the white gates at MonkenHadley. Roughly speaking its HadleyHighstone versus Monken Hadley andHadley Wood.) It’s a fixture which hasbeen keenly contested since 1986, thewinners taking home the HadleyChallenge Cricket Shield. It all makes for a nice scene. One thathas been enacted here and all over thecountry for at least three hundred years. to retire. You cannot be out LBW or run out. Golf Club’s Past Lady Captains Day at HWGC Bowling underarm is acceptable”. Sounds Twenty-one of the Past Lady Captains from Hadley Wood Golf Club were reunited like my sort of cricket. for a lunch and a golf competition in August. John Leatherdale the HW News I watch the proceedings for a while. photographer managed to stop them talking long enough to record the group on Over there is Justin Jeffrey normally the steps of the Golf Club. swinging a golf club but on this occasion Left to Right: Front row. Pat Taylor. Gladys Platt. Carolyn Hall. Mary Williams. Joyce captaining the East team. Simon Walsh, Lockhart. Frainy Ardeshir. Second row. Jean Roe. Judy Rennie. Sally Attrill. Mary Chairman of the Tennis Club is showing Bolton. Rita Bailey. Third row. Kari Armstrong. Elsa Tanyar. Vicki Reynolds. Vanda his versatility with the cricket bat and Lyn Sainsbury. Joyce Bloom. Back row. Faith Lovell. Herta Taner. Inge Sudbury. Anne Ward. Brimson masquerading as a cricketer is Shiela Davis. fielding at cover point. Whilst I watched one of the umpires calls out to the scorer. “How many overs have we had?” The scorer is not sure. “Probably time for tea Mike” In they come, ready for the cucumber sandwiches. Who won? East Hadley. 94 runs. West Hadley 92 runs. Teams Team East: Ian Holly, Steve Jacobs, Jake Chancellor, Olivia Chancellor, Sam Guest, Simon Walsh, Ann Marie Gildea, Derek Prior, Mike Bethune, Clive Parker, Amanda Holly Team West: Freddie Walker, Ed Gaeton, Alan Walker, Justin Geoffrey, Archie Hunter, Pat Gaeton, Sam Gaeton, Mick Gaeton, Lyn Brimson, Penar, Oli Gaeton Rod Armstrong 7
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The spacious accommodation extends to approx. 1,650sq. lounge/dining room, open plan kitchen and breakfast area, utility/wc/boiler stations, shops, restaurants and local schooling. 4 bedrooms (ensuite to ft. and includes lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, study, utility, room, downstairs cloakroom, family bathroom, and a southerly aspect master), family bathroom, 4 receptions, kitchen/breakfast rm, 140’ gdn, guest cloakroom and integral garage. The rear garden extends to approx. rear garden extending to approx 130”. There is significant scope to extend driveway and garage. 35m (115ft) and enjoys a westerly aspect. (subject to the usual consents). The Hadley Wood Association 7 Crescent East Hadley Wood Herts EN4 0EL 8449 7193 Chairman Graham Sharp 020 8449 2133 Editor Publisher Rod Armstrong 020 8449 5924 Advertising and Centre Manager Lisa Winston 020 8449 7193 Advertising Manager Betty Brough 020 8441 6859 Hall Bookings Annie 07903 138 235 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. 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