MHFGA holds regular meetings at North Bank, Pages Lane, opposite Pages Hill, where you will hear local speakers discuss both topical local issues and interesting subjects relating to the local area. These Meetings are also open to Non Members.
North Bank Travel information: There are a few parking spaces for those most in need. The 234 bus passes the door and there are stops nearby in Colney Hatch Lane for the 134 and 43 buses and on Alexandra Park Road for the 102 and 299 buses.
Dates for Your Diary
All our meetings are open to the public and are free of charge
Thursday 11th October 7.30pm – History of the Northern Line
Michael Burman, a well-known local speaker, will talk about the
history of the development of the Northern Line, including sections
that have closed, proposals that either never took place or were
started but never completed, and the latest extensions. There will
be lots of illustrations and maps. This will include Muswell Hill
Michael spent over 30 years in teaching as a specialist
geographer, the last 16 being as the Senior Deputy Head Teacher
of one of London’s largest comprehensive schools. He was also
an accredited member of OFSTED School Inspectorate.
Thursday 8th November 7.30 pm – Muswell Hill Odeon
A talk by Jeremy Buck on the history of the Muswell Hill Odeon
(now Everyman), which had its 80th birthday last year. Jeremy
has been a Wood Green resident all his life. By profession a bus
recruitment consultant, his hobbies are cinema architecture and
history. He is a committee member of the Cinema Theatre Association