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Wider pavements for Covid safety

You may have seen the start of the process of temporary pavement-widening on Kilburn High Road. BRAT received a letter inviting comments yesterday. Given that the works have already begun, it seems unlikely that consultation exercise will affect anything; but

Posted in Consultation, Environment

Kilburn Square – write in now to have your say

Plans are afoot to redevelop Kilburn Square. Strangely, these have only just come to the attention of the Kilburn Neighbourhood Forum and BRAT. Neither body likes the proposed scheme (see CGI below), and BRAT has sent in an official response

Posted in Brent Council, Consultation, Environment

Street-specific Whatsapp mutual support groups in the BRAT area

Since Covid-19 arrived, many streets across the country have been creating Street-specific  WhatsApp groups. These are brilliant, and have twin goals: a very localised link between those who may need help and neighbours happy to offer it; and also connecting neighbours

Posted in Announcements, Local Information

Sad news from Bliss Chemist

Community pharmacist Mehool H Patel, who owned and ran Bliss Chemist along with his brothers Chirag and Hamansu, died on 23 April at Hammersmith Hospital after contracting Covid-19. Bliss Chemist is a huge presence in our local community, and helps

Posted in Announcements, Uncategorized

In memoriam; Gwen Molloy

Long-standing BRAT committee member Gwen Molloy died peacefully on January 1, 2019, in Compton Lodge, NW3 aged 98

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A message from our neighbours: Queen’s Park Gardens Open Day

“Queen’s Park Area Residents’ Association here.  Our Open Gardens & Studios event is on Sunday, 17th June, 1-6pm.A4 Poster  The attached poster has all the information about where to buy tickets.  There will be 31 gardens and artists’ studios open all around

Posted in Uncategorized

Protesting about poor roads

This Saturday 27 January, a group of cyclists will be gathering outside the Black Lion on Kilburn High Road. A representative of the Kilburn Times will be also in attendance. The aim is to publicise the very poor condition of

Posted in Uncategorized
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