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Sunday, 23 October 2016

MILL HILL GUIDE NW7 | OnLine Version Here and Free Download

Here is the FREE online Mill Hill Guide for you.  Enjoy.  Download for FREE.


The shiny MILL HILL GUIDE has been going down a storm with everyone that we have spoken to - and if you live in NW7 you should have had a copy.  If you have not yet got one don't panic but let us know if you need a copy for you or your business.

The on-line copy is out this week as well and we will be linking to it from this site.

Please comment on what you want to see in next year's GUIDE and if you want to advertise then the GUIDE will be expanded next year but we were oversubscribed for this year - so get in early. All the details are in the GUIDE itself.

Saturday, 22 October 2016


We have two videos on our partner site LONDON LIVE REVIEW from the gig which you can find on Periscope - one from each band.  In addition we have two videos of THE FALSE DOTS to share with you today that we filmed so that you get a flavour of the night.

Roger and THE FALSE DOTS have promised me that they will play the BROADWAY MARKET SQUARE STAGE in the future so everyone can see them live in the next 12 months on the streets of our town !

Enjoy :

THE FALSE DOTS AT BARNET EYE 8th BIRTHDAY PARTY | Live Review of Festivities Photos

We were very lucky to be able to attend the Barnet Eye's Birthday Celebrations at the lovely Chandos Arms in Colindale last night.

The Chandos has a very welcoming main bar area and behind is a Music Room/Stage which was set up with lighting and PA for the party.  Comfy seating and sofas meant the audience had 5 star viewing for the evening's events.

A special 70s playlist was on offer between the live acts and the first band played rock covers from Led Zep - Hendrix and Free.  Loud with virtuoso guitar playing the band were warmly received.

Before the main act a Birthday Cake (very large ) was provided by local BUZZ CAFE and was lit up and eagerly devoured by the attending party goers.  It was extremely good.

The False Dots hit the stage at around 10p.m led by Roger from the Barnet Eye and for an hour played a set of their original songs.  With hints of their 70s new wave roots allied to modern themes the band led the audience in sing a longs of their best known tracks and also managed to play a couple of new numbers.  Ending with playing standing on amps - tables and drumkits the audience got the full live experience.

The whole evening waa a resounding success and a collection of food was also taken for the Colindale Food Bank.

Here are some photos and videos from the event for you :

Friday, 21 October 2016


The much anticipated guide is out this weekend. We managed to get a copy and it is very high quality and gives you loads of useful information about our shopping and area plus a map of Broadways shops and key buildings.

In the annual issue it promises to return bigger next year. We will bring you the on-line issue over the weekend in case you live outside the area.

This is now THE definitive listing for all business and shops in our area.  Check it out and let us know what you want to see in it next year.  Get in early for advertising so you don't miss out on promoting your business in the area. It is cheaper than all other ways due to it being done at cost!!

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

METRO newspaper feature on Mill Hill today| uses our photos

If you picked up a copy of Metro today there is a 2 page feature on Mill Hill. You can see they have used our photos of the Broadway.  Check it out. Mill Hill he's a great write up as an area.

Monday, 17 October 2016


The hotly anticapated MILL HILL MUSICAL THEATRE COMPANY production of PIRATES is less than a week away.  Tickets have been selling fast and here is the latest news.

There are still tickets available for ALL performances - so get your friends together and contact the Box Office on the numbers or web details below.  Tickets are only £13.50 on Weds and Thurs and Sat Matinee and just £15 on Friday and Saturday evening.  I am sure everyone will want to go along and enjoy some classic songs in a fabulous show and support our local Theatre Company.