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INSIDE THIS MONTHS ISSUE      Helping Heroes. Bill Morris’s story      Hadley’s RNLI Guild. Pushing the boat out.      Had...
Editorial                                                                              received by the Friends but there i...
delicious lunch, belted out ‘Katy Katy give                                           me your answer do’, played games, ha...
coffee morning at the hall during May withthe sale of antiques, plants and jewelleryetc. as usual in aid of the R.N.L.I.  ...
say that in the event of an emergency it     contemplation of my life to date. Whether     qualities that are invariably f...
Pilates Teacher - Personal Trainer                                                                                        ...
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Hadley Wood News May 2011

  1. 1. INSIDE THIS MONTHS ISSUE Helping Heroes. Bill Morris’s story Hadley’s RNLI Guild. Pushing the boat out. Hadley Highstone. Wedding knees- up. Hadley’s white gates. Face lifts. Safe Neighbourhood team. New cop on the block. HADLEY WOOD NEWS Golf Club’s new Captain. Off the(book)shelf. MAY 2011 ISSUE Letters to the Editor Traffic and parking in Hadley Wood. Robert Ridgewell rebels. Subsidence and flood plains. That sinking feeling?DESIGNED & PRINTED BY KALL KWIK BARNET TELEPHONE: 020 8441 4482
  2. 2. Editorial received by the Friends but there is Spring came along, lambs still a shortfall. For those of you appeared in the fields wishing to help with this local beside Waggon road and restoration project please send April came to an agreeable donations to Chris Feldman, Honconclusion with the Royal Wedding. Treasurer, Friends of HadleyHadley Wood’s residents watched it at Common, 66 Hadley Road, Newhome, at friends or managed to get to the Barnet, Herts EN5 5QS by chequeMall. Hadley Highstone had a great party made payable to ‘Friends of Hadleyat the Memorial Hall. Meanwhile the Common’. As usual a Gift AidFriends of Hadley Common started an declaration will increase the value ofappeal to renovate the historic white gates the gift.at the top of Hadley Road and The gates marking the entrances to MonkenCrescent. Charitable works by residents Hadley Common to be renovated. The Hadley Highstone’scontinued with the local RNLI support gates will be repaired by Barnes joinery agroup putting on a superb Fashion Show local firm. Barnet Council are improving street partyand Bill Morris writing in this issue about the road access near the gates to avoid Well actually the A1000 does not reallyhis fundraising Ben Nevis climb on behalf further damage. With professional fees lend itself to parties. Instead it wasof Help for Heroes. Road works continued and VAT the repairs will cost £73000. Fifty decided to hold the celebration in theto cause tempers to fray. Skanska’s percent of this sum will be borne by Memorial Hall where Lin Castang and hertemporary traffic lights helped, though English Heritage and The Friends of organising team (Christine and Dereksadly ignored by a few. The Playground Hadley Common are appealing for help Sagar, Ian and Evelyn Butcher, Janetcommittee continued to work on the with the remainder. It is noteworthy that Friend, Angela Ratcliffe and Colettewelcome possibility of an improved Theresa Villiers Conservative MP for Brideson) got the project underway. Theplayground. Police Sergeant David Chipping Barnet recently toured the committee made Coronation ChickenWalker retired having successfully lead Common following the approval of a new and everyone who came brought a dishour Safe Neighbourhood team for some five year plan to conserve andyears and Sergeant Peter Moxham took improve the grounds. She hasover. Finally to everyone’s dismay the always been a strong supportermuch loved Head teacher at the Hadley of this historic area andWood Primary school Mrs Louiza Loizides complimented the Friends ‘forannounced her intention to retire. doing an outstanding job of looking after the Common and ensuring that an importantHadley’s white gates. feature of our local history isResidents will know that the historic preserved for residents andGrade 2 listed white gates at the top of future generations to enjoy’.Hadley Road and at the end of The Interesting details of her tour areCrescent have been in a poor condition on her website.for some time. They are now to be rebuilt. Donations to renovate theThese are the last two of the five oak gates have already been 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 Workshop eatre Woorkshop A be FSA approved for • 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. delicious lunch, belted out ‘Katy Katy give me your answer do’, played games, had a Royal quiz, drank a glass of Champagne for the loyal toast and sang the National Anthem. It was a great day for all. Finally the magnificent wedding cakes were cut by the oldest (Joan TAILORING AND REPAIRS BY EXPERTS Holmes) and youngest (Charles Wood) participants and commemorative mugs were given to all the children. Well done Hadley Highstone. SUMMER JAZZ EVENING Friday 10th June Sparkling wine and canapé reception at 7.30pm. 4 course dinner and live jazz during dinner with Clark Doidge (saxophone) and his rhythm section. £49.95 per person. Payment with booking.such as rice salad, tomato salad etc. to FATHER’S DAY LUNCHcomplete the menu. Ben Hillson and Bill Sunday 19th JuneFoster set up the projection and screen Treat your father 3 course lunch, coffee and chocolates (with a little surprise gift for dad), £37.00 per adult,(4 metres by 3), Jan Hulme knitted the children under 12 £26.00. Payable on booking.wedding cake toppers (whatever they Afternoon Tea is also available from £19.95 per personare) and help with the cost was providedby the Hadley Residents Association andthe Memorial Hall Management WEST LODGE PARKCommittee. Watching the wedding on the YO U R C O U N T RY R E T R E AT Frances Musker formally a lecturer at Cockfosters Road, Hadley Wood, Herts, EN4 0PY. T: 020 8216 3900 HWN50big screen the party goers had a Email: wlpreception@bealeshotels.co.uk Web: www.bealeshotels.co.uk the design department of the Victoria andH Albert Museum. The gowns and fashions ranging from 1740-1940, were displayed Hadley’s Lifeboat Guild by six stunning models. The photos The Ladies of the Hadley Lifeboat Guild below taken by John Leatherdale are a) under the indefatigable leadership of Ann Frances adjusting the sleeve of a dress Phillips and her committee pushed the from 1830 b) A seaside dress from 1890 boat out on April 14th.with a champagne (note the umbrella), and c) the catwalk at and canapes reception at the Hadley the end of the show. Altogether £1539 Hatha yoga classes Memorial Hall. was raised for the RNLI. The committee starting on 7th May! This was followed by a spectacular vintage fashion show compered by want to thank everybody for their continuing support. The next event is a At the Hadley Wood Association Hall(far end of tennis courts Crescent East) Every Saturday from 9:30 am to 11am Each class costs £10 NO BOOKING REQUIRED For further information contact Alex on 07881820051 or email: aless1978@breathe.com 3
  4. 4. coffee morning at the hall during May withthe sale of antiques, plants and jewelleryetc. as usual in aid of the R.N.L.I. It is worth mentioning that these Hadleywomen raise about £3000 a year for theRNLI and have been doing so for manyyears. They deserve our congratulationsand respect. With groups like theseoperating all over the country those inperil on the sea look like being a greatdeal safer.New Cops on the block.Had to go to the Police station today.Taken into a small room. Interviewed byfour police officers. Well actually I wasthere to meet the new Police Sergeantwho has taken over from Dave Walker.Sergeant Peter Moxham. Reassuringlylarge, Peter Moxham was born in Enfieldand has been in the police force for which includes representatives of Sergeant Moxham’s team includestwenty years. More recently he was the Council, local schools, businesses from left to right in the photo PCSO Steveworking with and subsequently training and members of the public. It is from Douglas, Constable Michael Bradleythe section responsible for Public order. this group that the Police team get to (who comes from a background ofHe now runs our Safe Neighbourhood know about the public’s perception of aviation security and counter terrorism),team which patrols the Cockfosters ward. crime issues in the area. Our local PCSO Kelvin Jones and Police SergeantThat includes us. Hadley Wood. You lot. representative on this committee is Mrs Peter Moxham. Their off street responsibilities include Simone Strauss (who can be contacted At regular intervals this team decide onregularly attending a public liaison group via the Hadley Wood Association). their main prevention targets. At the moment these are ATM crime (common in Cockfosters), sexual offences (usually St Paul’s Pre-School exposure episodes around the local schools) and drug busts. But they also Warmly invite you to join us for our respond to any form of local crime from traffic violations, antisocial behaviour and OPEN MORNING prostitution to burglary. I asked Sergeant Moxham about his Wednesday 18th May 2011 plans, ‘First of all’ he said ‘ I want to pay tribute to my predecessor Dave Walker 9.45am-11.45am who set up the team and did such a great Everyone Welcome job looking after this area. We are Ofsted approved continuing with the same strategy. We want to be seen as your local coppers. On St Paul’s Church Hall, Crescent East, Hadley Wood, Herts, EN4 0EN our bikes. On your streets. So please Tel: 020 8447 0448 E-mail: stpaulspreschool@btinternet.com come and talk to us if you are worried about any crime issues’. He went on to 4
  5. 5. say that in the event of an emergency it contemplation of my life to date. Whether qualities that are invariably found inwas 999 which must be telephoned first. this minor epiphany was prompted by members of the armed forces. It is noHowever the SNT are around and the fear of entering the 50th year of my surprise therefore that the majority of ouravailable from 0800 to 2200 hrs each day life, or whether it was a result of an riggers are ex service NCO’s. Onebased in Southgate. So it is always worth unfortunate combination of food, I am evening after a particularly tough day onringing them as well… though remember really not sure. What I was certain of one of my locations two of this hardythey are on their bikes. After about 10pm however, was that I wanted to achieve a breed were discussing ‘Help for Heroes’any messages will not be answered until personal goal that would make a positive and how without this charity, with little ornext morning. They liase and have a good difference to someone. A task that would no government support our injuredrelationship with our local security firm. push me to the limit of my endurance, service personnel would be left high and I took a few photos and left for home both physically and mentally, whilst dry. As the evening drew on they decidedstruck by the efforts this team is making raising an appreciable sum of money for to put a team together to walk 106 milesto get to know locals and help them. So a deserving charity. from Glasgow to the summit of Ben Nevisif you see them pedalling up Camlet Way I come from a military family and from in winter!or any other of our streets give them an early age I was immersed in service The next day these two ex-Sergeantsa wave. life. My Great Grandfather fought in the called me and asked me to come on Their key telephone number is 0208 Zulu campaign, going to the relief of721 2688. Messages are automatically Rorkes Drift. My father Alan and histransferred to the team via their mobiles. brothers saw action in all three services,Or email them on: Cockfosters.SNT serving their country in the Second@met.police.uk World War and my father in law and hisRod Armstrong brother also served during the same conflict. My wife Katie’s Great UncleHadley Wood Women’s was a chaplain in the trenches of the western front during the First World War,Institute witnessing the most terrible carnage andAt the April meeting the members suffering, his ministry is documented in board to help with the fundraising and byenjoyed an illustrated talk by Ms. Sue a very moving autobiography and his the way, ‘there is a place free on the teamMorgan on the colourful and long life of field communion set, used at the front is if you’re interested?’George Bernard Shaw and his home treasured by our family. This affinity for Three months later and two stoneShaw’s Corner. The house now belongs the services and close bond has grown lighter, 15 of us met at the start point into the National Trust. Another successful over the years and although choosing a Glasgow on November 28th the coldestgroup meeting was on 11th April where career in Television over one in the Royal day recorded in the region since 1962,the speaker was Eliza McClelland on “A Marines (a story for another occasion!) I The weather forecast had beenwoman for all seasons”. A most have always supported charities that in deteriorating every day leading up to ourentertaining and amusing speaker. turn have helped service personnel and start time. Our fears had now been Hadley Wood W.I. meet every second their families. confirmed with exceptionally heavy snowTuesday of the month in St. Paul’s Church The Lord moves in mysterious ways, and unusually low temperatures forecastHall. New members are always very and I did not have to wait long for an for the duration of our scheduled onewelcome. opportunity to fulfil both my desire for an week trek. By midday we were trudging Hilary Nunn adventure and the opportunity to support through two foot drifts in 60mph blizzard at the same time. Riggers are the infantry conditions. By 15:00 we were 2 hoursTo the Highlands for of my industry; they drive our Outside behind schedule and approaching the Broadcast Vehicles and lay the many summit of Conic Hill. It was minus10Heroes hundreds of Kilometres of cable that degrees centigrade a complete blizzardIn the fading days of summer last year I every television production requires. The whiteout and I was in the lead navigating!found myself unconsciously led into a job requires both strength and discipline, Pushing through thigh deep snow with 5
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  7. 7. Dear Editor Further to the letter from Sandra O’Brart (March issue. Hadley Wood and flooding)), I have recently had a similar experience trying to obtain a quote for Building and Contents insurance from Marks and Spencer’s Money. Despite the fact that I have previously been insured with them, they refused to quote because, they claimed, Hadley Wood was in an area of high subsidence. This was stated on the website. I telephoned to point out it was a ludicrous mistake, but they Are now pleased to welcome to their team, maintained their stance and refused a quotation. Very puzzling! Dentists with specialist interests in: Yours sincerely Christine M. Nickson (Mrs) Endodontics (Root Canal Therapy) by Dr Marta Suarez John Leatherdale our local expert is heavily involved in discussions with other Orthodontics, including incognito braces experts regarding whether or not Hadley Wood is on a flood plain. He will be by Dr Shahla Rahman reporting on his findings in next months issue. Ed. Periodontics (All treatments for gum health) by Dr Riccardo Zambon Crescent East is becoming a car park 1, Ask the council to make Crescent Please enquire at our practice Reception with cars parked on both sides of the East and Crescent West a 20 mph area. I road. Crescent West is nearly as bad as personally don’t think it will do any good 16 Crescent West, Hadley Wood, is the first 150 yds of Lancaster Avenue as people in the area seldom take notice Barnet, Herts, EN4 OEJ. I realise this is due mainly to of speed limits eg Camlet Way and Tel: 02084410257 commuters from outside the area who Beech Hill. park there from early morning until at 2. Suggest to the Council that theyyour incredible support. Help for Heroes least 6pm. I also realise that if this were a make Crescent West and Crescent Eastwill be able to make a significant metered area it would stop the all day one way with the entry at Crescent Westdifference to many young servicemen parking which in turn could mean Hadley and the exit at Crescent East,( I realiseand women with the £24,000 you so Wood station being adversely affected. that this may cause our Editor a problemgenerously donated. My concern is that there could well be when he visits the Golf Club but I am sure Thank you to every fellow resident of an accident particularly caused by the in the cause of safety he will not object toHadley Wood who so generously donated. speed and thoughtlessness of drivers. adding a minute or two to his journey)Bill Morris Particularly drivers of 4 x 4’s (who I am sure your readers may disagreewww.bmycharity.com/highlands4heroes incidentally should realise they don’t own with me but they may offer alternative the roads around Hadley Wood) who ideas and comments. should be more considerate of other road Yours Letters to the Editor. users and pedestrians. Specifically by not Robert Ridgwell hogging the centre of the road travellingTo The Editor of the at great speed very often on the telephone and expecting everyone elseHadley Wood News to get out of their way!!! (I must notFollowing the complaints made in the HW complain too much about 4 x 4’s as myNews from time to time re the traffic. I son has one but he lives in Wandsworth).would like to raise another point about the However I believe and hope he is moreproblem, at the same time offering two considerate. I have two possiblepossible solutions. My concern is that solutions, Gardening Corner. It is the time of year to sort out the lawn. Now the ground has warmed up, you can attack moss using either lawn sand or a good multipurpose weed and feed fertiliser. Do not forget to water in if there has been no rain for three days. When the moss has blackened you can either power scarify or rake the lawn with a good spring tine rake to remove dead moss and thatch. If weather permits, it is also a good time to reseed the bare patches of lawn caused by moss or wear and tear.. Remember to apply a good soil base for seed and turf to give the roots the best possible chance for germination and growth. It is a good time to trim and shape your alpines. To stop them spreading too far, remove weeds and top up with gravel mulch ie horticultural grit. Stake hardy perennials ready for summer ie Campanulas, lupins, penstemon and delphiniums as their growing season approaches. darrensmithgardens@yahoo.co.uk 7
  8. 8. HADLEY COMMON ALDENHAM HADLEY WOOD £4,500,000 £2,950,000 £2,295,000 Freehold Freehold Freehold Sole Agents Sole Agents Sole Agents 020 8449 3383 01923 604321 020 8440 9797 Elegant early 18th century Grade II listed imposing character detached Georgian A rare and secluded landmark family home set in approximately 2 acres of land- A very well presented detached 6 bedroom family residence constructed residence dating back to circa 1720, set within a delightful walled garden with scaped gardens with an timber built swimming pool and spa complex, ample off approximately 5 years. Also with NHBC warranty remaining and benefiting an additional detached cottage. Located within one of the areas most sought street parking and 2 garages. Set behind a private gated entrance & approached from a southerly aspect rear garden abutting Hadley woods. 3 reception after settings with many original features, Victorian additions, stunning recently by a long elegant drive. 7 Receptions, 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms. rooms, 4 bathrooms (2 en suites), garage. erected glass conservatory, 5 receptions, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and swim- ming pool. HADLEY WOOD WHETSTONE HADLEY WOOD £1,850,000 £1,395,000 £995,000 Freehold Freehold Freehold Sole Agents Sole Agents 020 8440 9797 020 8445 3694 020 8440 9797 A well presented 5 bedroom detached family residence, one of only 4 homes A beautifully presented 5 bed detached home in this highly sought after A beautifully presented detached family home with spacious and well in the private gated close off Beech Hill built by Messrs. Oliver and Saunders, residential location offering convenient access to Oakleigh Park Rail Station planned accommodation comprising 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 en-suite), in the heart of Hadley Wood within easy reach of local shops, primary school and the wide choice of amenities available on Whetstone High Road. drawing room, dining room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and and mainline station. 4 Reception rooms, 3 bathrooms (2 en suites), rear guest cloakroom. The rear garden has a southerly aspect and extension to garden, double garage. approx 80 feet as its maximum. HADLEY WOOD BROOKMANS COCKFOSTERS £975,000 PARK £549,950 Leasehold £875,000 Share of Freehold Sole Agents Freehold Sole Agents 020 8440 9797 01707 661144 020 8440 9797 A beautifully presented detached family residence, constructed to provide A highly individual, meticulously planned and beautifully presented 3 A very well presented and spacious 3 double bedroom, 3 bathroom (2 4 bedrooms but now arranged with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and bedroom detached single storey residence set within secluded grounds, yet en suites) duplex apartment in this development by Fairview Homes. The benefiting from a secluded southerly aspect rear garden. within easy access of the village’s amenities. Lounge, dining hall, superb apartment benefits from a modern fitted kitchen with granite work surfaces kitchen/breakfast room, 2 utility rooms, 2 en suites, family bathroom and and lounge/diner. There is a balcony and also allocated parking. double garage. The Hadley Wood Association 7 Crescent East Hadley Wood Herts EN4 0EL 8449 7193 hadley.woodassoc@btconnect.com www.hadleywood.org.uk Chairman Graham Sharp 020 8449 2133 sharpie14@btinternet.com Editor Publisher Rod Armstrong 020 8449 5924 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

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