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    • INSIDE THIS MONTHS ISSUE• Council update.• Paul McCannah reports• Letter from Westminster.• David Burrowes MP• Wheatcroft on HIPS and EPCs.• Robbers on the 399. Busted.• WI. Birthdays but no Calendar girls. Yet.• Stress. HADLEY WOOD NEWS• Marcus on Sapolsky. JUNE 2010 ISSUE• Of mice and men.• Vandals in the woods.• Going chopping Hadley Wood’s Bootcamp. Up and running.DESIGNED & PRINTED BY KALL KWIK BARNET TELEPHONE: 020 8441 4482 Photograph by John Leatherdale
    • The Hadley Wood If you need to contact us please email indeed the accurate word because many us at michael.lavender@enfield.gov.uk or colleagues could not sit due to a problemDirectory paul.mccannah@enfield.gov.uk or Conservative MPs have not experiencedFirst an apology. In the May issue we lionel.zetter@enfield.gov.uk for over 13 years – a lack of space due toprinted by mistake an out of date Or you can call us via the Conservative the large numbers of colleagues. Weadvertisement for the West Lodge Park Group office at the Council on 020 8379 welcomed to his seat David Cameron asHotel. It was absolutely our fault and not 4081 our leader but not at that time the PrimeWLP’s. We sincerely apologise and As readers may be aware, the Minister. An hour before, Gordon Brownhave introduced a further checking Conservatives lost control of Enfield had made a desperate plea for the Liberalsystem to prevent this happening again. Council which now has a Labour majority. Democrats to negotiate with Labour. So in On the credit side we We will of course seek to work a highly politically charged meeting the hope you found the new constructively with the new administration stakes were high as we agreed to a Directory useful. It will to secure the best possible deal for local referendum on an alternative voting be updated improved residents. We will use the pages of he system as part of a package to agree a and issued again in the Hadley Wood News to keep you updated coalition government with the Liberal October magazine. on what are likely to be many interesting Democrats. Should you have any developments over the next four years. On Tuesday afternoon the coalition recommendations or Paul McCannah. Councillor finally reached agreement and Gordonsuggestions for additional entries, good Brown packed his bags and left for therestaurants, retailers, tradesmen or local Letter from Westminster Palace. I was in the Commons as Davidbusinesses etc please let us know and we Cameron started the historic journey to I was delighted to be re-elected with anwill approach them. It will cost about £15 the Palace and later met back in increased majority and want to thankper entry. Contact Lisa on 020 8449 7193 committee room 14 with elated everyone who voted for me. I would alsoor email us at the addresses shown at the colleagues now as Prime Minister. wish to reassure those who did not voteend of the magazine. As you know the We have entered a new era of politics. for me that I look forward to working hardmagazine goes out each month to about Whilst it will take a while to get used to Lib for all my constituents. It is a great1500 households in Hadley Wood, Dems on the same front benches as privilege to represent you and be yourMonken Hadley and Hadley Highstone as Conservative colleagues, I do believe that voice in Parliament. Please use mywell as the Golf Club, West Lodge Park most of the public want us work together website to access details of how you canHotel and local retailers so it is a good to tackle the immense problems in our contact or meet me. If you have not yetway of advertising any business. economy and society. joined me in a tour of Parliament pleaseRod Armstrong Two weeks on from the election I am contact my office so I can show delighted that the Health you around! Secretary Andrew LansleyCouncil update Well it has been quite a visited Chase Farm Hospital month in Parliament! In fact theThe three Cockfosters ward councillors, to fulfil one of the key adage that a week is a longMichael Lavender, Paul McCannah and campaign pledges – to halt time in politics could not haveLionel Zetter would like to thank all those the downgrade of Chase been truer than in the days thatwho supported us at the local elections Farm’s A&E and maternity followed the election.on May 6th. We will of course be working services. We now need to On Monday 10th May wehard over the next four years to represent work together – the Council, assembled in Committeeall Hadley Wood residents regardless of GPs and public to make sure Room 14 of the House ofhow they voted! we continue to have Commons. ‘Assembled’ was The PARK VETERI ARY PARK VETERINARY VETERINARY PRACTICE P Cockfosters Cockfosters foste Clean • Spacious • Air-conditioned Spacious Air-conditioned The only local practice to p Fully Equipped. Fully • Operating theatre • Xrays • Dental Workshop the eatre Woorkshop be FSA approved for A • Laboratory • Ultrasound • Endoscopy Laboratoory Endoscopy insurance claims. insurrance • Advanced Anaesthetic Monitoring Advanced Monitoriing • Puppy Parties • Geriatric care y e Call for details on how to Register d Regis ster 020 8275 0330 (24 hrs) 82 275 h or visit www.theparkvets.com ww ww.theparkvets.co om Fr i e n d l y, Friendly, Compassionate The Place for Puppy e g & Caring Professionals. Parties! 2
    • measure, and outright abolition will require primary legislation. Only the need to provide a HIP is suspended – sellers can still choose to provide information, and HIP providers can continue to offer their products. Homes marketed for sale or rent on or TAILORING AND REPAIRS BY EXPERTS after 21st May no longer require a HIP . However, you will need to have commissioned, but not necessarily 12:03 received, an Energy Performanceaccessible healthcare which meets local Certificate, before marketing can start.and clinical demands. This means that you or your agent must It is also good that the new Home have instructed an accredited EnergySecretary has responded to our long Assessor to carry out an energycampaign for justice for Gary McKinnon performance assessment, and must useby agreeing to adjourn his extradition and all reasonable efforts to ensure that anconsider the medical evidence. EPC is available within 28 days of a I have been appointed Parliamentary property going on the market. Former HIPPrivate Secretary to Francis Maude and providers may be able to provide thisOliver Letwin in the Cabinet Office, service if they are accredited under asupporting their work of making scheme as an energy assessor. The duty Father’s Day Lunchgovernment more efficient and creating a Sunday 20th June to provide an EPC falls on the seller, and‘big society’ as well as providing policy Treat your father to a meal at West Lodge Park on his on the landlord in a letting situation.advice to the Prime Minister. special day - he will be delighted at your thoughtfulness! Agents in particular should note that theDavid Burrowes. MP 3 course lunch with 5 choices in each course, coffee duty to include energy information in and chocolates (with a little surprise gift for dad) written particulars is retained. £36.00 per adult, children under 12 £25.00 The process is straightforward, andSelling your house. Payable on booking. involves an energy assessor inspecting the Enjoy a walk around the 35 acres of the BealeAs most will know by now, the Arboretum with Dad after lunch and come back for property, asking the owner questionsrequirement to provide Home Information a delicious cream tea to finish off a memorable about the property, and providing the Father’s Day at West Lodge Park.Packs was suspended on 21st May. Both Certificate. The whole process - fromConservatives and Liberal Democrats arranging the inspection, to receiving thehave consistently opposed the Certificate – need take no longer than aintroduction of HIP’s, and in their WEST LODGE PARK YO U R C O U N T RY R E T R E AT week, and should cost around £50 for anrespective manifestos both undertook to Cockfosters Road, Hadley Wood, Herts, EN4 0PY. T: 020 8216 3900 average property. EPC’s are valid for 10 HWN41 Email: wlpreception@bealeshotels.co.uk Web: www.bealeshotels.co.ukabolish them. Suspension is the interim years. Bus thieves at work to Hadley Wood. One claimed to be were arrested and are now serving 18 A group of female thieves have been at pregnant and asked for directions to a month prison sentences. At all stages work on our 399 bus. Two of the older hospital. She then dropped the contents the police were very helpful as was members of our community have been of her purse on the floor of the bus. Louis the bus driver. The victim stresses robbed during journeys to and from Helpful passengers assisted in picking how important it is to ALWAYS shield Barnet. Diversionary tactics such as a up the coins. During this diversionary the ATM screen with your hand when purse contents dropped onto the floor tactic our neighbours purse was taken entering your PIN number. Criminals are or jostling have been used. from her bag by the accomplice, the now trained to visualise your PIN even Unconfirmed reports say that the police bank card taken out and the purse from a distance by noting your hand have caught two of these criminals. returned. movements and the positions of the In the box with the bus picture and Only after a call from the bank next day buttons you are pressing. Take care. article. Please could we rename article did the victim realise her ‘Robbery on the 399’ and use this text. bankcard was taken. By then Robbery on the 399 £600 had been spent. The theft A group of female thieves have been was reported to the police and in action on our 399 bus and a lady the case was dealt with by a resident robbed during a journey from special police group Barnet. The process is thought to have investigating gang crime of this started in Waitrose when the criminal sort in London. Happily the bus must have observed her pin number CCTV which was of a very high being entered at the check-out. Two quality revealed the whole event youngish foreign women joined the bus quite clearly. The two thieves 3
    • There is a fixed penalty of £200 for non- cut a cake made by Mrs. Ann Johnson to compliance, and enforcement is the a rousing chorus of Happy responsibility of Trading Standards Birthday. Following the business of the Officers. meeting all present voted on the Was the HIP’s unpopularity deserved? resolution regarding “clearer labelling of I admit to being one of those who came meat, poultry and fish with their country of to support the concept. The origin” to be put forward at the W.I. AGM. selling/renting process - like most things Finally there was an extended social time in life – benefits from certainty. The to enjoy coffee and birthday cake with our structured and standardised provision of three birthday girls - 90 years young. information required by the HIP gives all On May 8th Mrs. Gloria Neal organised concerned a clear understanding of what a most successful trip to Buckingham is required, of who is responsible for Palace Gardens followed by lunch in a providing it, and even by when. Now that nearby restaurant. the property world has that discipline - Hilary Nunn and resultant increased efficiency - at least to some extent ingrained in its procedures, it would be a pity to abandon Stress it. It can certainly be improved upon, but even if the name disappears, let us stay with the concept. Guy Wheatcroft, RHY Law LLP 01707 , 621105 Hadley Wood’s Women’s Institute May I tell you about an American biologist and author. He is currently Professor of Biological Sciences, and Professor of Neurology and Neurological Sciences, and by courtesy, Neurosurgery, at Stanford University USA. As a neuroendocrinologist, he has focused his research on issues of stress and neuronal degeneration, as well as on the It was with great pleasure that members possibilities of gene therapy strategies for of the Hadley Wood W.I. were able to protecting susceptible neurons from celebrate three of its ladies becoming disease. His popular book, Why Zebras ninety this year. Mrs. Freda Jerwood, don’t get Ulcers describes the effects of Mrs. Nancy Blishen and Mrs. Joyce stress on the human body and is one of Davies will all celebrate their special those ‘must-reads’ for all. I was lucky birthdays this year. They were invited to enough to pose some commonly asked4
    • questions for Prof Sapolsky; his replies stressful existence we have to listen andare worth noting! learn how to offset its ravages on ourQ. What do you feel is the main adverse bodies.effect stress has on the human body? If you are interested have a lookA. “Well, there’s a number of particularly at http://marcuswebbs.blogspot.com/vulnerable outposts. Probably the most 2009/11/interview-with-professor-frequent adverse effects are robert.htmlhypertension, sleep disruption, disruption Marcus Webbin concentration, depression, increasedincidence of colds, sexual dysfunction.”Q. What would be your 3 top tips to help Vandals in the woodssomeone suffering from stress? Some local lads decided to do someA. “I’d say, 1) as per the cliche, amateur tree felling in the woods recently.distinguish between stressors you can Luckily they were apprehended by aand can’t control and, in the case of the resident and the Police were involved.former, find ways to increase the sense Having realised how damaging their truly delicious home baked cupcakesof control; 2) when the stressor is activities had been the boys were clearly for all occasionsuncontrollable, at least strive for remorseful and are helping us to clear up call heather: 07785 513554predictive information about when it is the mess. The woods in our Open Spacecoming, how long it is going to last, and over and around the railway bridge mayhow bad it will be; 3) increase the look a bit untidy but we take advice atamount of social support you get and regular intervals from a local firm of Pilates Teacher - Personal Trainergive. Mind you, all this is said by tree experts. They carry out whatever Established lower back specialistsomeone who mostly thinks about corrective measures are needed for Would you like a more toned, more flexible, longer,stressed rats and neurons growing in the safety of local walkers and children. leaner, stronger look to your body.Petrie dishes.” We had a major review a few years ago These are just a few of the benefits Pilates offers. Private sessions are becoming increasingly popular as exercises can be adapted toQ. Do you feel that diet can help but the cost of a complete overhaul of suit peoples individual needs.someone suffering from stress since the wooded areas was prohibitively The sessions enable you to have a more personal method of learning.many people report using B-vitamins can expensive and more than the HWA could Don’t live with back pain book now to see a specialisthelp them manage better? afford. One of these days perhaps. These Lower back pain is extremely common and can be acute enough to stop people functioning normally on a day to day basis.A. “Well, it can certainly head off some woods are important for the health and Pilates is a key exercise method for helping to improve postureof the adverse effect (e.g., large recreation of our community. We all need and therefore relieve daily aches and pains.amounts of antioxidants delaying the to look after them. Contact Stuart on: 07787 552326emergence of some of the long-term or email: stuart@pilates-stuart.co.uk HWApathologies of stress). What’seven clearer is that a bad dietis particularly bad news in thecontext of stress. Forexample, a combination of ahigh fat diet plus chronicpsychosocial stress causes asynergistic increase inatherosclerosis in monkeys.”There you have it... from theexperts mouth! ProfessorSapolsky’s knowledge of thebiological effects of stress arebeyond question and as wemove into an ever more 5
    • Hadley Wood School much more! Adults will have plenty to enjoy too, with severalSummer Fete – Go interesting stalls to browse, games to play and a raffle with lotsBouncing Bonkers! of wonderful prizes to be won.Hadley Wood School will be holding its Should you be hungry or thirsty,annual summer fete on Sunday 20th there will be many differentJune, in the school grounds, and are delicious food and drink optionsinviting everyone, young and old, from the available! This year there will be acommunity to attend. BBQ, homemade cakes, ice- This year, due to popular demand, we creams, teas and a Pimms andwill see the return of the inflatable village beer tent! And whilst you relaxthat we had two years ago. There will be with your refreshments, you can enjoyten large inflatables for you to bounce, music from the jazz band! 12.30pm and the festivities will last untilclimb or play on! The fete, which is organised by the around 3.30pm. There will also be lots of other activities Friends of Hadley Wood School, is the Come along and support your localfor children to enjoy, including hook a schools main fundraising event, and all school. We look forward to welcomingduck, toy tombola,face painting, a nail bar profits will be going to improving the you!and tattoos, sand art, lucky dip and much, schools facilities. Gates will open at Julie Norton Is this Hadley’s best garden? HADLEY WOOD In an area replete with great gardens last year, do not do justice to the PRIVATE GP PRACTICE this may be a claim too far. It is garden which is open to the public on most certainly not a boast the the 27th June 2-5pm for charity. Plants modest owners Dr Julie Anand and her will be for sale, there are refreshments CONSULTATIONS AT husband would make. Nevertheless but unfortunately there is no wheel chair HADLEY WOOD their garden at 10, Fairgreen East has access and the Anands are sorry but a very impressive history of awards in no dogs. So why not drop in and see & LOCAL PRIVATE the Enfield in Bloom and the National it for yourself? It is a medium sized HOSPITALS Gardens competitions since 1993 to suburban garden which Julie herself present. D DR describes as a manicured jungle jam- TRAVEL VACCINATIONS, Invited over to see the garden for a packed with many varieties preview and a cup of tea we were of plants. Every inch of space has IMMUNISATIONS treated to the legendary Anand been utilised with clematis, geraniums, AND THE NEW hospitality in the shape of roses, etc, etc. It is a wildlife garden PREVENTATIVE delicious sandwiches and and is in the NGS yellow pages Highly cakes, before being shown around. recommended. INJECTION FOR The pictures attached which are from Kari Armstrong CERVICAL CANCER SATURDAY APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE SATURDAY APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE CONTACT: 07970 215 834/9 Patients on the NHS list are excluded 6
    • permitted to park on these pavements as flashing sign which can easily be ignored. well leaving very limited access for Perhaps this idea can be suggested to pedestrians to walk past. The bins are a the relevant traffic authorities. danger to the disabled or the blind. In Stephen Blackburne gale force winds the wheelie bins could fly across the road and cause a fatal car crash. I would like to know who would be held responsible in this likely event - the residents or the council. For this scheme to work I feel that the needs of individuals should be considered and recycling bins to suit theirLouis Dunn-Allen is an outstanding type of residence should be taken intoyoung golfer currently working at the account. It is not feasible for councilHadley Wood Golf Club under the planners to sit behind a desk, pick out ansupervision of Peter Jones the Head area on a map and think that all housesProfessional. in that area should have the same He has been successful in gaining a facilities to accommodate theseplace on a US College golf squad monstrosities. Perhaps, we could haverepresenting Brevard Community College the views from other residents on thisin Florida. It is a wonderful opportunity for subject.him as it would help to further his Dr.Julie Allen-Ananddevelopment as a golfer in thecompetitive environment of the USCollege sport system, It would also allow Showtime! Guys andhim to continue his studies. He needs to support himself financially Gals on Broadwaywhilst studying and is trying to raise funds Dear Editorfrom sponsorship, entrepreneurial ideas Many of you will have children or grandchildren who have dance lessons Dear Editorand by working whilst studying and whether it be ballet, tap, jazz or street. Sergeant Richardson at the High Barnettraining. Well, we are a dance group for adults Safer Neighbourhood has informed us of Louis has started the fund raising under the excellent instruction and an increase in purse and handbag theftsprocess by taking on a golf marathon. choreography of Michelle D’Almo, who on the High Street, generally occurringThe challenge being to complete 6 have decided to take up dance for during the hours of 11am - 2pm. Mostrounds of golf, three at Hadley Wood and ourselves. The dance group experience common methods are dipping intothree at Bush Hill Park all in the space of ranges from 8 months to 35 years and open bags, and following the victim24 hours! He has designed a competition the classes are great fun, as well as being from the Post office and banks afterfor potential sponsors and in this way professional. So we are putting on a withdrawinghopes to raise some money towards the show in aid of the very worthy cause of money. Please ensure bags are not leftcollege fees and living expenses in his the North London Hospice on Saturday on shopping trolleys, pushchairs, or onfirst year. 17th July at the Intimate Theatre, Palmers the backs of seats /under seats in If you would like more details please Green at 3.30pm (£10 per ticket) and restaurants and coffee shops. There hascontact him on 07983 340 286 or 7.30pm (£12 per ticket). There are many been increased policing on the Hightelephone any of the team in the toe tapping numbers from the musicals Street to help tackle this.Professional’s shop at Hadley Wood Golf as well as a few more up-to-date Please pass this information on toClub on 020 8449 3285 numbers. Please come and support this friends, neighbours etc and be extra extremely worthwhile charity. Tickets are vigilant.Letters to the Editor available from Guys and Gals on If you see anything suspicious, phoneDear Editor Broadway c/o L.Citron Tel:0208 449 999.The Council have today asked residents 9898. Thanksfor their opinions appertaining to the Karen Fernandes Simone StraussWheelie bin pilot scheme. I personally donot feel that it has been a success. I Dear Editoragree that the black sacks were unsightly In Spain, on secondary roads which passon bin collection days; however it is through villages, the speed of motoristsequally unsightly to see residents leaving is controlled by traffic lights. These aretheir wheelie bins on their driveways, in activated to red when the approachingfront of their houses, every day of the car is speeding. The delay is short butweek. frustrating and affects following cars. As An important fact that has gone everybody now has to wait until the lightsunaddressed, despite many emails to the turn green again, it makes the offendingcouncil is the bins outside the row of driver think twice about speeding. I thinklisted cottages on Cockfosters Rd. Most such a device would work wonders onof the cottage residents leave their Camlet Way Beech Hill, and certainlywheelie bins on the pavement. Cars are have a far greater effect than just a 7
    • BARNET TOTTERIDGE HADLEY WOOD BROOKMANS NEW HOMES PARK RADLETT SHOWCASE 020 8449 3383 020 8445 3694 020 8440 9797 01707 661144 01923 604321 020 8441 9555 PREMIER LETTINGS 020 8441 9796 TOTTERIDGE HADLEY GREEN HADLEY WOOD £4,990,000 £3,000,000 £2,750,000 Freehold Freehold Freehold Sole Agents Sole Agents Sole Agents 020 8445 3694 020 8449 3383 020 8440 9797 A magnificent detached family residence situated in the heart of Totteridge A locally listed Victorian residence in the Hadley Green Conservation area. A beautifully presented detached family residence standing on an overall offering a multitude of stunning features throughout, benefitting from Plot size 1/2 acre. Refurbished to an exceptionally high standard by Oliver plot approaching one acre. 3 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, 4 spacious accommodation over three floors, as well as views across South Saunders in 2004. Fully covered by NHBC Buildmark, with 10 year warranty. bedrooms, family bathroom, double width garage. Herts Golf Course. Reception hall, 5 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms, 6 5 bedrooms, 4 receptions, 2 bathrooms. bathrooms, swimming pool, tennis court. RADLETT HADLEY WOOD HERTFORD £2,399,950 £1,500,000 £1,395,000 Freehold Freehold Leasehold Sole Agents F 01923 604321 OO020 8440 9797 01707 661144 An impressive detached family residence arranged over 3 floors, 6 double bedrooms, 6 en-suite bathrooms, lounge, drawing room, fully fitted kitchen/ PR A very well presented 5 bedroom (2 en suite) detached family residence with 2 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, family bathroom, games A stunning apartment within an original Grade II listed mansion with many fine features and accommodation including 2 reception rooms, kitchen, breakfast room, study, cloakroom, utility & laundry room, carriage driveway, room, rear garden & garage. guest cloakroom, orangery, 3 bedrooms (all en suite), private gardens ample off street parking & landscaped garden. (approx quarter of an acre). HADLEY HADLEY WOOD HADLEY WOOD COMMON £1,200,000 £460,000 £1,390,000 Freehold Freehold Freehold Sole Agents Sole Agents Sole Agents 0208 440 9797 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 An extremely well presented detached family residence situated on the fringe A rare opportunity to acquire a substantial detached bungalow in need of A delightful and well presented cottage of great character and charm with of Hadley Common. 5 bedrooms (1 en suite), family bathroom, 3 receptions, some updating. Possible re-development opportunity subject to planning outstanding views over green belt countryside benefiting from a southerly kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, guest wc, rear garden, double garage. consent. 3 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, inner lobby/utility aspect rear garden. Lounge/dining room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, family room, cloakroom, master bedroom with dressing room & en suite bathroom, bathroom. 3 further bedrooms, family bathroom, rear garden approx. 155’, detached double width garage. The Hadley Wood Association 7, Crescent East, Hadley Wood, Herts. EN4 0EL 020 8449 7193 hadley.woodassoc@btconnect.com www.hadleywood.org.uk Chairman Graham Sharp 02084492133 grahamjsharp@tiscali.co.uk Editor and Publisher Rod Armstrong 0208449 5924 rodarmstrong@btinternet.com Assistant Editor Rosa Ferguson Lobo Advertising and Centre Manager Lisa Winston 020 8449 7193 hadley.woodassoc@btconnect.com Hall Bookings Karen Fernandes 07831 753 268 Security Task Force 0870 770 6880 Safe Neighbourhood Team Police Sergeant D. Walker 02087212688 or 07920 233775The 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 June 2010 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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