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Local News Update from Linda Grove

November 2015

The hanging baskets in Belsize Lane are organised by Sabine Cartwright of Hunters Lodge. Should you would like to make a contribution to these Belsize baskets please donate below, or drop your donation into Angela King at Heywards Estate Agents.

It's time again for the Christmas winter lights. These are organised by Angela King – please donate below or drop a donation into Angela King at Heywards.

The Camden Tree Department will be planting extra trees in the area over the next month or so.

Neil Cartwright of Hunters Lodge has agreed that there will be no angle grinders used, and no outdoor sawing on Saturday mornings.

A letter has been written to the Governors of St. Christopher's School to kindly request that they inform neighbours by letter if they are commencing building works.

If you see any dumping of rubbish then please take a photo and send it to Mark Hunt at Camden Council.

If you would like to make a donation towards bulbs for the gardening project outside the Royal Free in Pond Street then please slip an envelope in the door of 9 Belsize Lane. And everyone wishing to help is very welcome.

Budgens on Haverstock Hill has some buckets in the shop for you to add your small change. This will go towards providing the new planter scheme on the pavement – read more here >

Linda Grove

Donations – Drop Cash or Cheques in to
Heywoods Estate Agents 27 Belsize Lane - NW3 5AS
(Cheques payable to Heywoods Estate Agents attn Angela King)
Or donate via credit card through PayPal

With many thanks to the organisers
Heywoods

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