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Hadley Wood News August 2011

  1. 1. INSIDE THIS MONTHS ISSUE Hadley Wood Golf Club. Start swinging. HADLEY WOOD NEWS AUGUST 2011 ISSUE Barnet Market. Use it or lose it. Message from Westminster. Hacked off. Horticultural update. Flower power. St Paul’s Pre- School. Graduation day. Smile.DESIGNED & PRINTED BY KALL KWIK BARNET TELEPHONE: 020 8441 4482 COVER PHOTO: WATER MAINS UNDER REPAIR IN HW. PHOTO BY J. LEATHERDALE
  2. 2. converted to a golf club and the (to be) famous Alister Mackenzie asked to design the course. Mackenzie was born in Yorkshire of Scottish parentage. He was asked to leave his club in Leeds having had an affair with the Captain’s wife but thereafter designed some of the finest golf clubs in the world including Augusta and Cypress Point in the USA. His name has since been synonymous with fine courses.Hadley Wood Golf Club. So what is the place like? I thought IWhenever golf clubs are discussed would start with the General Manager.prejudice is never far away. Images of Golf Club managers used to be retiredpompous men in blazers, old fashioned Colonels with tempers to match. Not so way. We even take you Lancashiremen,dress codes and unfair treatment of ours. Bill Beckett is a large and friendly though’ he adds with a chuckle ‘we arewomen may spring to mind. Is it fair? Well South African. I asked him what the club considering introducing a quota. (Veryin the spirit of those seekers after the truth was like. ‘Well’ he said ‘It is absolutely funny I think). Does anyone get asked tocharacterised by our national top class. Take a look out of the window’. leave? ‘It does happen’ admits Bill.newspapers, the News decided to have I did. Acres of green sward and trees as ‘Rarely though. It is usually persistenta look at the Hadley Wood club. far as the eye could see. Lakes reflecting cheating’. Throwing your golf bag in the A history of the club can be found in the the sunlight. Not bad? Glorious. Was it lake in a fury is not really approved of butexcellent booklet ‘Hadley Wood. The very expensive to join? There is no joining once is usually enough for most people.story of a Golf club’ written by local fee but the annual membership is about Especially if their car keys are in the bag.resident Pat Taylor. To briefly summarise, £1800. We have around 600 members What about dress codes? ‘Well we dothe mansion house was built on land which means easy access to have a code’ says Bill. ‘Nooriginally part of Enfield Chase, the estate the course’. Exclusive? ‘Not jeans in the clubhouse forlater becoming known as Beech Hill Park. in any way at all’ says Bill. example. We think membersBy 1850 it had passed into the hands of ‘We interview potential appreciate this. It sets aCharles Jack generally considered the members but it is just really a standard and stops the placefounder of Hadley Wood. After various way to meet them and make looking scruffy. We believechanges in ownership and usage sure they know which end of that wearing a reasonableincluding farming and a wartime training a golf club is which. Once in outfit has a positive effect onground for the Royal Fusiliers, the the club a newcomer has to behaviour’. So what is specialmansion and land was bought by the play some rounds with about the club? Bill ticks off aEconomic Insurance Co Ltd. part of the existing members. This few points.Furness Withy shipping line. Key people ensures they have an idea ‘We are one of the top 200involved were two men from West about the rules and can get golf clubs in the country, golfHartlepool, Walter Warwick and Frederick on with people. ‘No is possible all the year round,Lewis (later Lord Essendon). Eventually apartheid then’ I ask good technology andpart of the land and the mansion were innocently. Bill winces. ‘No communications, excellent 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. where you are given an official handicap. Then you are able to join in the competitions. As with everything else progress depends on the amount of time you have available for lessons and practice’. Next on the list is the Club Captain. I track him down to the lounge. TAILORING AND REPAIRS BY EXPERTS Sam Husain. Born in New Delhi in 1947 Are now pleased to welcome to their team, Sam spent the first year of his life moving Dentists with specialist interests in: to Pakistan with his family during the Endodontics (Root Canal Therapy) Partition of India. Sam’s father was then by Dr Marta Suarez a doctor attached to the Indian Air force. Accepting a last minute offer of a lift by Orthodontics, including incognito braces by Dr Shahla Rahman battles’. The new TV set on the wall looks Periodontics down at us in blank agreement. Next is (All treatments for gum health) the Lady Captain. Migs Earle. ‘What it like by Dr Riccardo Zambon here Migs’ I ask ‘Well’ she replies ‘I Please enquire at our practice Reception always had rather a bad impression of the club but actually I was quite wrong. I 16 Crescent West, Hadley Wood, joined with my husband about five years Barnet, Herts, EN4 OEJ. ago. I was an absolute beginner. But I Tel: 02084410257 Jazz had some lessons with Paul (one of the professionals), played rounds with some EVENING long suffering friends, practised and was eventually given a handicap. Once that AT THE MARY BEALE RESTAURANT happens you can join in the competitions and then you progress rapidly. Everyone Friday 9th September was very helpful. As regards male The programme will include works by Gershwin, chauvinism I would say it is on the way Jobim, Rodgers & Kern in addition to some pieces enjoying rather more of a jazz based provenance. out. Its history. There are about 80 ladies An evening not to miss. playing here. I think we are definitely on Sparkling wine and canapé reception at 7.30pm. equal terms with the men. There is always 4 course dinner and live classic and modern jazz a bit of banter though. As you know we throughout dinner until 11pm. £48.95 per person. have a match every year between the Payment with booking. See website for more details.and well trained staff, popular with Golf men and the women. St George v TheSocieties. We are also very Dragons. And you know who theenvironmentally conscious. ‘How’s that ?’ Dragons are!’ Unable to imagine anyoneI interrupt. ‘ Well, we have introduced wild WEST LODGE PARK less like a dragon than the Lady Captain YO U R C O U N T RY R E T R E ATlife corridors, take great care of our river Cockfosters Road, Hadley Wood, Herts, EN4 0PY. T: 020 8216 3900 I leave the club via the entrance hall and HWN52 Email: wlpreception@bealeshotels.co.uk Web: www.bealeshotels.co.ukand lake (they even have newt counts!), check the notice boards. Team sheets.and allow wild areas to develop in order Scratch team (the best players in theto encourage insect and wild life. You will plane to Peshawar, Sam and his family club), Tigers (next best), Club sideoften see foxes and deer on the course missed the train they were to have (medium standard) Herons (Seniors)as well as a huge variety of birdlife. In travelled in. It was ambushed and many Ladies teams. Social events. On one2009 we received a major environmental lives were lost. Later he moved to sheet men and women have put theiraward. But you should talk to Simon England and made the very sound names down to play together in theabout that’ (Simon Grand is the Head decision to get his legal education in the Mixed Friendly matches against otherGreenkeeper). We also do our best to fine city of Manchester, He is currently clubs. For me, that sums up the club.encourage young people to join. There CEO of Foyles. (His niece by the way is Mixed and friendly.are now about 60 young members the lovely BBC presenter Mishal Husain). Rod Armstrongpaying only £175 a year’. The phone is ‘Whats the club like Sam?’. ‘Nice’ heringing. I retreat and check in at the pro says ‘Great course. It is also friendly. Asshop supervised by the Head an example we have a sign up sheetProfessional Peter Jones. Peter and his before the weekend competitions.two colleagues Paul and Alistair run the Members do not play with the sameshop and do all the teaching. They are group of friends all the time but simplyfine players in their own right and teach add their names to the list wherever therewith great skill and patience. I ask Peter is a space. So we all meet a wide rangehow long on average it takes for a of members’. Old fashioned? ‘Well’ hebeginner to learn to play golf. Peter thinks says ‘change is always a challenge but itfor a moment. ‘Probably from six to is steadily happening. Standards areeighteen months to reach the stage high. Mind you we have had a few 3
  4. 4. Message from www.woodcroft.org.uk You could alsoWestminster sample some fresh honey as I did last week from one of the six hives!The phone hacking scandal dominated Second is to raise lots of money for thethe last weeks of Parliament before the Nightingale Community Hospice Trustsummer recess. Apart from joining in the and Enfield Good Samaritan Network atcondemnation of the actions and the charity cricket match on 9thomissions of News Corporation, I raised September at 5pm at Walker Cricketa wider issue about the publics Ground, Waterfall Rd, Southgate.responsibility during the urgent debate Details can be found on my websitewhen Parliament was recalled. Whilst the www.davidburrowes.compublic is rightly outraged at the hacking ofphones belonging to victims of crime, thepublic needs to take the opportunity to Hadley Wood’s Jewishlook in a mirror and ask why there is such Community has aan insatiable interest in the private lives of reason to “Smile” younger congregation. If you areothers which feeds the media beast we interested in joining the Hadley Woodnow wish to slay. We need to not only Hadley Wood has a long history of Smile classes please contact Rabbiprevent unlawful media activity but Jewish families living in the area and has Birnbaum at rabbi.birnbaum@gmail.comsupport a change in culture and values a thriving community with Services held or call 07905 964 207. Classes run everywhich promotes the pursuit of truth and every Friday night and Saturday morning. Wednesday from 4.30pm until 6.15pm.integrity in the media. The most obvious In April 2010 Rabbi Yoni Birnbaum Laura Gassnerway we can do this is as consumers joined this flourishing community alongmaking the decision to not buy or click on with his wife Elisheva and their threeto media which exploits and undermines lovely children. During the last year the Horticultural Updateindividuals to feed prurient rather than Rabbi has worked very hard to continue This year The Hadley Wood Horticulturalgenuinely public interest. welcoming young families coming into Society has enjoyed a variety of talented Two immediate local tasks over the Hadley Wood, inviting them for Shabbat and entertaining speakers on many andsummer are first to support the campaign lunches, organising events and creating varied horticultural topics including The Ato give Woodcroft a long lease of life. Do the very successful Hebrew Classes or to Z of Garden History by Russell Tget involved by signing the petition or why Cheder, known as Smile. Smile is the Bowes and Lost Gardens of Hertfordshirenot become a Friend of Woodcroft and name of the Cheder held every by Anne Rowe. Our last meeting beforesupport this wildlife haven in N21. Wednesday evening from 4.30pm to the summer was the traditional and 6.15pm for two classes, one for ages 5-8 always successful Plant Sale, Supper and another for 9-12 year olds. The two and Social Evening this year with a Royal highly qualified young teachers, already Wedding theme. working as Cheder teachers at Whilst many of us are busy in our weekends, enjoy the relationship they gardens during the summer we always have built with the Hadley Wood Kids. find time for the annual coach Since joining Smile the children’s outing. This year we visited two gardens knowledge and Hebrew reading has in Kent. We started the day in Sandwich improved immensely and they enjoy at The Secret Gardens - 3.5 acres of every minute of the class. “It’s really good stunning Lutyens and Jekyll designed fun” ... “look what we’ve made” ... “can I grounds surrounding a Lutyens manor go again today?” are regular comments house in the heart of Sandwich. Yellow from the children who now enjoy monthly and White Gardens, the Woodland, Shabbat services dedicated to the Kitchen, Vegetable, and Tropical Gardens, 4
  5. 5. www.facefirstlondon.co.uk COSMETIC SERVICES INCLUDING BOTOX AND FACIAL FILLERS AVAILABLE IN HADLEY WOOD WITH MEDICALLY QUALIFIED PRACTITIONER. Contact: Phone: 07970 215 834 Fax: 020 8447 0689 Emai: info@facefirstlondon.co.uk looked like we had purchased the “Long was therefore re-sited at the junction of Boarder” and folded it into the coach. the High St and St Albans Rd. By 1899 it Our new season begins on Friday was a very busy cattle market managed 23rd September with Ken Collins talking by Bill Harding Young a local estate agent to us about The Gibberd Garden – the who was absolutely dedicated to itsa magnificent long border and a delightful meeting starts at 8.00pm. We meet at St success. It continued in this role untiltea room where we were served morning Paul’s Church Hall where non members August 1959 by which time the cattlecoffee and biscuits on arrival. After lunch are always welcome. Look out for our market had declined. It then became thewe visited Great Comp, near Sevenoaks posters in Londis and on various notice stall market we all enjoyed, with up to 50an exceptionally beautiful seven acre boards around the area. stalls. Eventually in 1999 it was sold, agarden with sweeping lawns, formal areas Gillian Henley stipulation being that the site mustand romantic ruins together with an continue as a stall market for 15 years (ieextensive collection of exotic plants and until 2014). Nothing much happened untilthe acclaimed Dyson Salvia Barnet Market. in 2005 the new owners were grantedCollection. Many of the salvias are Now over 800 years old Barnet market planning permission to re-develop theavailable from the nursery attached to the has had its ups and downs. Currently it is area with the market on the ground floor,gardens. Our day concluded with a suffering a down period. Hopefully not fourteen flats above and a car park for 27wonderful cream tea served by the young down and out. Its history with some cars below. The stalemate continued untilenthusiast team working with Mrs Dyson wonderful old photos can be seen on the January 2008 when the market had toin The Old Dairy Tearooms. When we Friends of Barnet website from which this move to the cramped quarters of thearrived back in Hadley Wood and the summary is taken. In 1199 King John Stapylton Rd car park to allow work to becoach driver opened the luggage hold it issued a charter for the market which was done on the site. They returned in originally situated at the fork in the road between what is now the High St and Wood St. Later St Johns Church was built immediately to its north. Nearly finished off by the black death in 1350 the market then flourished and by the end of the 16th century was London’s biggest meat market. Gradually the main road to the North through Barnet became busier and the blockage caused by the market at the top of Barnet Hill became a problem. It 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 Adam on 07973-272347 orNovember 2009 to a much reduced site wonderful musical performance based log onto aquavalet.co.ukwith a very rough and unsuitable surface, on Noah’s Ark. They were dressed anddifficult for the elderly and impossible for face painted as a variety of animals andmothers with prams or buggies. In July2011 an extension of the planning as the Bible Story was read they sang several songs linked to the story. www.facefirstlondon.co.ukpermission was applied for. At an angry Afterwards they were each presented COSMETIC SERVICES INCLUDINGmeeting in Hendon with seventy with a Bible and their Profile Books. BOTOX AND FACIAL FILLERSsupporters of the Market crammed into These had been built up over the two AVAILABLE IN HADLEY WOODthe council chambers the extension was years they had been with us and WITH MEDICALLY QUALIFIEDpassed by one vote but only for a further contained their drawings, their writings PRACTITIONER.two years (very close to the time when the and photos of their many activities and Contact:covenant stipulating continuation of the outings. They then adjourned to the Phone: 07970 215 834market expires). At this meeting the local Church Hall for a special lunch party, an Fax: 020 8447 0689Barnet MP Theresa Villiers deplored the obstacle course challenge and finally Emai: info@facefirstlondon.co.ukten year stalemate. ‘I am concerned that some tearful good-byes were said, withthe development proposed in the current lots of promises to keep in touch.planning consent would not provide It is hard to believe that yet anotheradequate facilities to traders for parking, academic year has flown by and that in a Firewalking.loading, unloading and storage. I also few weeks the next generation will be HOT FOOT IT!want to see the uncertainty surrounding arriving on the door step for their turn atthe future of Barnet Market brought to an Pre-school, and so life goes on………… Join David Burrowes MP who will beend as quickly as possible. The market Additional celebrations were had when walking on hot coals to raise funds forowners were first granted planning the Pre-School committee treated all the North London Hospicepermission to redevelop the site over ten staff to a celebratory lunch at the Thai North London Hospice is holding itsyears ago. Even their second permission restaurant, Crescent West, in order to second sponsored Firewalk at 7pm on(the one they are now seeking to extend) congratulate them all on achieving such a Saturday 3 September with both Enfieldwas granted long before the credit brilliant OFSTED report this term. Our MP David Burrowes and Enfieldcrunch made financing such thanks go to all the committee. Councillor Pat Ekechi stepping across thedevelopments difficult’. She spoke Loretta Gregorian. Supervisor of St hot coals to raise money for your localpassionately about the need for Paul’s Pre-school hospice.preserving the market as a magnet for St Paul’s Church Hall , The Firewalk will be held at the Jollypeople shopping in Barnet. Crescent East Hadley Wood EN4 0EN Farmers Pub, Enfield Road EN2 7QS - an For those of you not already members tel. 8447 0448 ideal venue with a large outdoor area. It’syou can support the market’s future and an exciting event that will givekeep an eye on what is going on by participants a real challenge while raisingjoining the many Friends of Barnet Market money to help those in the community(now numbering well over 1000) at who are living with a terminal illness.support@fobm.co.uk or by contacting Registration is £35 with no minimumChris Smith on sponsorship.csdes@dircon.co.uk To register call fundraising on 020 8446 2288 or onlineSt Paul’s pre-school. www.northlondonhospice.org North London Hospice provides freeTheir first Graduation! end-of-life support for patients and theirSt Paul’s Church was the setting on families living with a terminal illness in theFriday July 15th for the final play and boroughs of Enfield, Barnet andprizegiving for many of our children. From Haringey. A registered charity, it relies onSeptember they will be moving on to the donations and legacies to fund the carereception class at Hadley Wood School, for 3 out of every 4 patients.Trent School and also to several private Contact: Deborah Mosdall,schools such as Lochinver, St John’s and Communications Manager 020 84462288St Giles . dmosdall@northlondonhospice.co.uk The children gave their parents a 6
  7. 7. marrows, tomatoes and onions. Chef Pilates Teacher - Personal Trainer Wayne Turner is in charge of the Mary Established lower back specialist Beale Restaurant at West Lodge Park Would you like a more toned, more flexible, longer, Hotel and has been hand picking fruit at leaner, stronger look to your body. the farm. These are just a few of the benefits Pilates offers. Private sessions are becoming increasingly popular as exercises can be adapted to “Buying local is very important to us suit peoples individual needs. and having an award winning farm on our The sessions enable you to have a more personal method of learning. doorstep is fantastic. This lovely Don’t live with back pain book now to see a specialist seasonal produce can go from the field Lower back pain is extremely common and can be acute enough to stop people functioning normally on a day to day basis. to being served at the table in West Pilates is a key exercise method for helping to improve posture Lodge Park in less than an hour, you and therefore relieve daily aches and pains. simply can’t get fresher than that,” said Contact Stuart on: 07787 552326 or email: stuart@pilates-stuart.co.uk Wayne.Local Chef gets cream Wayne and his team call at the farm to pick the cream of the crop but there is noof the crop from shortage of supply for the families thatthe best pick-your-own visit. There are 15km of table top strawberries to pick from and with nofarm polytunnels it is a fresh air experience forHertfordshire Chef Wayne Turner has chefs and children alike.found the perfect produce for his menu, West Lodge Park is the highest ratedright on his doorstep. Parkside Farm, four star hotel in Hertfordshire and NorthHadley Wood Road, Enfield has been London. The Mary Beale restaurant,voted the best pick-your-own farm in the within West Lodge Park, has beenUK by the National Farmers’ Retail & awarded an AA rosette. Farmer RichardMarkets Association) and sits just up the Whitman can be contacted for interviewroad from West Lodge Park Hotel. With on 07956 522797.50 acres the farm produces a wide Chef Wayne Turner can be contacted atvariety of fruit and seasonal vegetables West Lodge Park Hotel on 020 8216 3900including strawberries, raspberries, Jane Manners, Beales Hotels 07971plums, broad beans, beetroot, spinach, 262124 Left to Right: Chef de Partie Justin Franklin, Farmer Richard Whitman and Head Chef Wayne Turner Right: The end result - Head Chef Wayne Turner with a delicious strawberry tart for customers at West Lodge Park Hotel. Gardening Tips for August or excessive water or nutrients. It is essential to weed regularly so that your plants do not have to compete with fast Due to the changing climate and weather, plants have been growing invaders for water and light. particularly affected by pests and disease. Thriving plants Diseases such as bacteria, fungi and viruses are are better able to resist problems, therefore it is important to opportunists and some infect weak plants through existing maintain a healthy garden. There are several ways in which wounds. Plants that are overgrown or planted too close to you can ensure plants remain in top condition. Take care to each other often become weak and sickly with elongated choose plants that are suited to each aspect of your garden shoots as they fight for light. To avoid this, prune out and to local conditions. It is rare to find perfect soil before congested growth, divide herbaceous perennials and allow planting so prepare it well. Pay attention to watering and room for growth. feeding your plants so that they do not suffer from insufficient darrensmithgardens@yahoo.co.uk 7
  8. 8. HADLEY WOOD HADLEY WOOD LETCHMORE £2,750,000 £2,350,000 HEATH Leasehold Freehold £1,895,000 Sole Agents Sole Agents Freehold Sole Agents 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 01923 604321 PHOTOS REPRESENT THE STYLE OF THE PROPERTY, HOWEVER THIS IS The Laurels is a beautifully presented family residence approached via a security Stunning contemporary home finished to high specification in picturesque NOT THE ACTUAL PROPERTY OFFERED** A stunning penthouse apartment gated carriage driveway in one of the area’s most prestigious locations. 4 bed- village. Lounge/cinema room, kitchen/breakfast/family room, playroom/office, in a secure, highly sought after development, with views to the rear and within rooms, 3 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms, garage, pool room, garden. 4 bedrooms (2 en suite), bathroom, landscaped south facing rear garden walking distance of Cockfosters Underground Station and shopping facilities. with decking. VIEWING RECOMMENDED. ARKLEY HADLEY WOOD BROXBOURNE £1,650,000 £1,195,000 £1,150,000 Freehold Freehold Freehold Sole Agents PROOF1 NOT FOR PRINT Sole Agents Sole Agents 020 8449 3383 020 8440 9797 01707 661144 *DRAFT DETAILS* Set in this enviable location is this detached residence A very well presented semi-detached family residence constructed by Banner This individual detached family home has recently been constructed & which is offered for sale in excellent decorative order throughout. Large Homes and situated at the end of this exclusive security gates development finished to exacting standards, offering spacious accommodation with entrance hallway, kitchen breakfast room which opens onto rear garden, of just four houses. 5 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, 4 bathrooms (2 en 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 receptions, a superb kitchen/breakfast, well separate utility room with integrated Miele appliances , guest wc, 3 reception suites), garden, detached double garage. maintained rear garden, detached double garage & gravelled driveway. rooms, 5 bedrooms (2 with en suites), family bathroom, integral garage, landscaped garden with patio area and exceptional countryside views. OAKLEIGH PARK HADLEY WOOD HADLEY WOOD 1,150,000 £845,000 £794,995 Freehold Freehold Leasehold Sole Agents Sole Agents Sole Agents 020 8445 3694 020 8440 9797 020 8440 9797 A 4 bedroom detached family home situated in this sought after location An extended four bedroom (master with dressing room and en-suite This attractive and well presented 3 bedroom semi detached home has maintained to a high standard throughout. Oakleigh Park South is a popular bathroom) detached family home in this popular turning in the heart of accommodation arranged over three floors and benefits from through location providing convenient access to both overground and underground Hadley Wood. 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. ft. and includes lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, study, utility, room, downstairs cloakroom, family bathroom, and a southerly aspect guest cloakroom and integral garage. The rear garden extends to approx. rear garden extending to approx 130”. There is significant scope to extend 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 hadley.woodassoc@btconnect.com www.hadleywood.org.uk Chairman Graham Sharp 020 8449 2133 sharpie14@btinternet.com Editor Publisher Rod Armstrong 020 8449 5924 rodarmstrong@btinternet.com 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 Karen Fernandes 07831 753 268 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 May 2011 To download a copy of this and/or previous issues of Hadley Wood News, please visit www.hadleywood.org.uk 8