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In this Issue

Funding Community Projects: Rhythmic Gymnastics and Project Welcome.
Member Profile: Lara Maisey.
Ally Pally: Petanque Courts, Soap Box Race & More.
Members’ Meetings: Theatres Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
Trees: Subsidence & Insurance Claims.
Website: Staying Safe & Secure.
Coldfall Wood: New Wildflower Meadow; Guided Tours to Restart.
Barclays Bank: Goodbye After 150 Years.
Robert The Bruce: the Highgate Trail

The most recent Newsletters are available only to members. If you are a member and you haven’t received yours, please email webmaster@mhfga.org to get a copy.

In this Issue

Pottery in the Second Century: Highgate Poppyhead Beakers.
Member Profile: Film & Media Historian Ian Christie.
Queen’s Wood Flood Management Plan: Not Yet Fit For Purpose?
Traffic Report: Haringey Walking & Cycling Plan, LTN & CPZ.   
Tree Report: Tree Felling and Planting.
February Members’ Meeting: North Bank (Not) For Sale.
MHFGA Website: Newsletter Archive.
From our Archive: From Highgate to Hornsey; The Borough Arms of Hornsey.

In this Issue

MHFGA Community Fund: Highgate Roman Kiln, Muswell Hill Rhythmic Gymnastics, and Sense of Locality.
Members’ Meeting: When Hollywood Was Muswell ‘Hilliwood’.
Tree Matters: Re-pollarding, Tree Preservation and Memorable Trees.
Vintage Bus Rides for Poppy Day.
Environment Matters: Flower Beds, Flowerboxes & Secret Garden Footpath.
MHFGA Website: New Emergency & Non-Emergency Help Pages.
A Whistle-stop Tour of East Finchley: the Fulham Origins.
Planning Matters: Whitehall Lodge.

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In this Issue

Halloween at the Muswell Hill & District Horticultural Society Summer Show: Gary Sycamore Is The Winner.
Member Profile: Richard Rosen.
The Forgotten Factory of Muswell Hill.
MHFGA Tree Officer, The Mission: Protection and Promotion.
Shopfront Survey: 15 Years of Photography on www.mhafga.org.
September Members’ Meeting: Oriental and European Erotic Art with Art Historian Peter Webb.
MHFGA Summer Walk: The Byways and Highways of Muswell Hill.
The Wave Café: Making Connections For Those With And Without Learning Disabilities.
A Short Dictionary of Cybercrime: From Botnet to Vishing.
Crowdfunding to Bring The Roman Kiln Back to Highgate Wood.

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In this issue:

Our trees are under threat – fighting the chainsaw.
Trees for Streets: funding tree planting in your neighbourhood.
MHFGA Community Fund: up to £500 to fund local community.
Member profile: Laura Budgen.
Planning matters: chestnut tree reprieved; BT advertising screen opposed.
The forgotten factory of Muswell Hill.
Cherry Tree Wood: joining the Friends of Cherry Tree Wood.
Queen’s Wood: flood management proposal.
Letters: noisy helicopters; Friends of Durnsford Road Swimming Pool.
Muswell Hill Sustainability Group: making your home more energy-efficient.
The MHFGA Newsletter Archive: where to browse
The MHFGA July guided walk: from The Kinks to Charles Darwin.
Colney Hatch Lane flowerbeds: new signs.

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