Sunday, 16 December 2018

Mill Hill Focus #44 - The Mill Hill News Roundup

As we all start to wind down for the holiday season, the Team at A Better Mill Hill hope that all our readers have a marvellous holiday season. This will be our last newsletter of 2018, so we also wish you a Happy New Year.

A message from Finchley Nurseries

After our charity boxes were stolen. Local business' have come together to help raise money for Michael Murphy Dressage to get to the Paralympics. Huge thank you to The Laboratory Spa & Health Clubs in mill hill and The Adam & Eve for donating these wonderful prizes. Tickets are available in our shop. See image for details on the prizes.

Local Unsung heroes recognised in Mill Hill

The Barnet Eye Community Awards 2018…/the-barnet-eye-community-a…
Recognising the unsung heroes of the London Borough of Barnet
Mill Hill Rugby Club saw the annual Barnet Eye Community Awards. Among the awards, Local Charity of the year is Barnet Mencap for their amazing work setting up a mixed ability Rugby club with Mill Hill Rugby club. The Mill Hill and Colindale Litter pickers were given a Citation for Community Contribution and Rev Helen Shannon was named Barnet person of the year for her outstanding work helping residents of The Grange to find accomodation and shelter following a major fire.

Update on Mill Hill Flytipping and littering

Other local news

Published every Sunday, we bring all the latest news stories, events and other information for people living in and around Mill Hill. Do you want to see A Better Mill Hill? Do you want to contribute to making our area nicer, cleaner, greener, more friendly, with a better sense of local community? The Focus team of Donna Pickup, Richard Logue and Roger Tichborne are all local residents, involved with the community and local schools.

If you want to stay in touch with us and know what we are doing, we normally publish the newsletter every Sunday. 

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