Monthly Archives: July 2011
IPOPfest was held at the Frith Grange Scout Camp. IPOP is a Barnet based charity that provides support to disabled children and young people to enable them to access mainstream play opportunities. At this event 20 young people who will … Continue reading
SNAAP is one of Barnet’s main providers for short breaks for Barnet families affected by autism/autistic spectrum conditions.
The Mayor opened the 63rd Annual Barnet Guild of Artists Art Exhibition at Pennefather Hall, Christ Church, St Albans Road, Barnet. The exhibition is on for another two weeks finishing Saturday 6 August 2011. The new Chair of the Guild … Continue reading
Saw the great work that is done at the North London Hospice, Woodside Avenue, N12. Heard about the new day centre being built in Enfield which is planned to be open in February. The Hospice is supported by volunteers.
Today was the the Annual Community Festival, in memory of the Patron Saints, St. Panteleimon and St. Paraskevi. The service was conducted by His Eminence Archbishop Gregorius.
Beautiful service in St Paul’s. Entered by the North Transept entrance. The service was attended by many London Mayors including the Lord Mayor of London and the Lord Mayor of Westminster. Prayers said for local government, traditions of freedom, law … Continue reading
The Southover Partnership is a specialist service that helps schools meet the needs of pupils who may be under-functioning in the classroom. There were a number of councillors from all three of the parties from Barnet Council to witness the … Continue reading
Mapledown School is a school for pupils in Barnet with severe learning difficulties. The ceremony today was to mark the leaving of the final year students after 8 very successful years at Mapledown.