An amazing example of when the local community leads the way. Clitterhouse Farm looking great and an important local community asset for the present and future. Cricklewood is in good hands. www.cllitterhouse.com
Last Tuesday Barnet Eye Reporter visited Cricklewood to meet with representatives of The Town Team, The Cricklewood Collective and the local Vicar. They are doing some amazing work, check out this video to see what they found. https://barneteye.blogspot.com/2019/02/environment-monday-why-cricklewood-is.html?fbclid=IwAR1Fz4RPpSc50PfK2lMFPOw21rlJoXbZtmxiD9-ajd03tkaIgrKxmZLKq8k
There are huge changes being planned for Cricklewood. Preparatory work has already started for the proposed new station. Video explains just how major these changes are.
Once upon a time there was a place called the Cow Green where now you can find Cricklewood station. (from old London Map). A temporary installation, the design was chosen from many drawn up by pupils at Claremont Primary School… Continue Reading
Cricklewood Town Team in Partnership with Govia Thameslink Railways are proud that Cricklewood Station platform is hosting a legacy typographic mural by artist Lakwena in a tribute to pilot Amy Johnson, the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia in 1930. She… Continue Reading
Cricklewood town centre has an array of public art by local artists , Alistair Lambert and Kevin Vincenzo Keating
Cricklewood Town Head meet up at Tate Modern to meet the organisers and some of the artists involved in the LDN WMN Curated by Tate Collective in collaboration with Mayor of London, LDN WMN is part of the Mayor’s #BehindEveryGreatCity… Continue Reading
Cricklewood Sculptor, Alistair Lambert‘s vision of rural Cricklewood – sheep sculptures on green space In Cricklewood Lane.