Slide show presentation at Trinity Church Centre on Tuesday 18th February at 7-30pm. The presentation is called CHURCH END TO EAST END. There are some new photos and some archive shots added and it will form the basis of a walk on Sunday 13th April, full details of which will be sent out presently.
We will be looking at no less than 27 distinct and separate green spaces between St Mary's Church and East Finchley tube station, some of which are very picturesque, others that are well off the beaten track and two of which will not be there this time next year.
Two more dates for your diaries - Avenue House, Thursday March 27th at 7-30pm.
DO FRONT GARDENS MATTER?
The Future of Transport with an invited panel of experts to field your questions. The title says it all, over 70% of our front gardens have disappeared under concrete and block paving.
Does this impact on our communities, lives or the asthetics of our neighbourhoods? Does it matter? Come and have your say, there will be plenty of time earmarked for general discussion.
Christchurch, North Finchley, Thursday April 24th at 7-30pm. Brand new slide show presentation plus an update on North Finchley regeneration plans.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 13-19th May, Greenacre Project, Mr Greenacresis planning a slide show Wed 15th at Friern Barnet Library and a walk, Sun 19th May, meeting outside Friern Barnet Community Library, N11 3DS 12.30pm. All welcome.
For those who aren't so keen on walking, try this easier event.
As well as the above slideshow, Mr Greenacres will also be showing the latest in our series of slide show presentations.
If you thought you knew Finchley, think again, this armchair tour will
take you to places you may not know existed - all on your own doorstep.
This presentation will focus on buildings and spaces in or around our
town centres without venturing too far off the beaten track but never
fear, there are still treasures to discover.
The presentation will take place Saturday 25th May, 2pm at Trinity Church Centre as part of the Trinity in May Festival. Each event will look at different locations, the primary purpose to show good walking routes.