“High Barnet Altogether Better (HIAB) is a local networking initiative for all the people in the neighbourhood. It is about joining up the activities in the community and building relationships. ‘Get Involved’

High Barnet Altogether Better aims to bring local people together to get talking about what is happening in their area, and establish what they would like to see more of – we then help groups of volunteers to make their project ideas happen.”

“The Barnet Guild of Artists is an active association of amateur and professional artists.

Founded in 1948 to provide facilities for the practice of the visual arts, and to encourage the appreciation and understanding of them, it continues to offer a valuable focus for the activities of many local artists.”

Choral and organ recitals in St John the Baptist Church in Barnet.

“Welcome to Memory Lane Singing Club, Finchley Central, North London.

Memory Lane Singing Club is under the musical direction of Linda Perillo an experienced professional singer, who joined the Club in 2008. She also runs several other groups in North London. The Club is thriving and continues to improve with Linda’s expert guidance and encouragement.

Linda says, “This has been another great year in terms of musical progress and the shows were, in my opinion, some of the best ever. The spirit, energy and joie de vivre of the members of this unique Club makes working with them so fulfilling.

It is not often that a professional can feel as useful a member of the community as I do, helping to bring the joy of music where it is so badly needed”.

“What is Oak Hill park run? It is a 5km run – it’s you against the clock.

When is it? Every Saturday at 9:00am.

Where is it? It’s run in Oak Hill Park, East Barnet, London.”

Check website for registration details.

“Hello and welcome to the Hertford Astronomy Group and the exciting field of astronomy.

Whether you are familiar with the night sky or have just looked up and wondered what there is beyond our planet then we are sure that you will be interested in our activities.

We are a group that formed because we are interested in astronomy and we want to learn more.

Our group meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month throughout the year (except July & August).”

“We are a group who meet once a month in Whetstone for lectures.

Barnet National Trust Association was formed in 1979 for local members of the National Trust to meet like minded people and get more from their membership. We are a friendly group who have now opened up our membership to those who are not National Trust members.

We have a monthly lecture programme as well as day outings, an annual 5 day holiday, a quiz, lunches, coffee mornings and other events. Our members also receive 3 newsletters a year, by email or post.

We welcome new members and we are always interested in recruiting people who would like to help with the organisation of our programme.

The annual membership is £8 plus £6 for additional family members at the same address.”

To find out more please get in contact.

“Our mission is to work with vulnerable people so that they gain access to housing, health and other services in order to achieve dignity; to make their own effective choices; and to express themselves as fully independent members of society. HAB should be a ‘Place of Change’ – enabling and facilitating practical change for individuals and promoting the needs of Homeless people within our society.

The Day Centre developed from the work of Ballards Lane Methodist Church, Finchley Reform Synagogue and the forum Barnet Action on Single Homelessness.”

Homeless Action in Barnet, 36B Woodhouse Road, London N12 0RG

“We are the umbrella organisation for the local voluntary and community sector (VCS) in Barnet, and we support and represent voluntary and community groups, charities and faith groups across the borough. We have been established for over 35 years, and our mission is to help ensure Barnet has a thriving, sustainable and vibrant third sector.”

“Finchley & Friern Barnet Operatic Society are a friendly, welcoming, and thriving amateur dramatics group based in North London. We rehearse in New Southgate and perform at The Dugdale Centre in Enfield.”

“We cater for all types of players from those wishing to play competitive table tennis to those who are just starting to explore the delights of Table Tennis. Visitors and new members are always welcome.

We are open every night of the week from 19.30 until 23.00 except Sundays. We have a maximum of 9 tables but this is usually limited to 7 tables during the week due to prearranged League matches being played alongside practice table bookings. We always have a minimum of 3 tables available for practice bookings.

Social Table Tennis sessions are for people of all ages and playing standards. They tend to be less competitve than match play and many of the attendees prefer to play doubles rather than singles. You do not have to be a member to attend and new players are always welcome. Morning sessions are held on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday between 10.00 am and 12.00 pm. An afternoon session is held on Wednesdays between 2.00 pm and 4.00 pm. Fees are £3 for members and £5 for non-members. No pre-booking is necessary, just turn up and play.”

Barnet Lane, Barnet, Herts EN5 2DN

“Shaftesbury cater for athletes of all ages from 10 years upwards, competing in track and field athletics, cross-country and road running.

The club welcomes new members – Athletes, Officials (or prospective Officials), Coaches (or those who may be interested in taking up Coaching) or Supporters who are as important as the Athletes themselves.”

Shaftesbury is based at Allianz Park.

“Welcome to the Barnet and District Beekeepers Association.

Our aim is to foster the art of beekeeping in the Barnet area by providing members with information, advice, training, support, insurance as well as an apiary for association and members’ hives and loan facilities for beekeeping books, videos and equipment.

Barnet Beekeepers are now enrolling new members in our in-depth beginners course – a year of beekeeping experience that will take you from you first look inside a hive to helping to harvest some beautiful Barnet honey.”

“The Barnet Society is a non-political organisation that campaigns for the preservation and improvement of the environment of Chipping Barnet and surrounding areas and for protection of the Green Belt.

The Barnet Society works to ensure that we get the best for our town and its environs and that any change enhances and improves the area for all who live, work and study here.

We represent the areas covered by Chipping (or High) Barnet, Hadley, New Barnet, Arkley, Underhill and the Dollis Valley.

We are always looking for new members, so if you live locally, are concerned about your surroundings and want to know what is happening in the area, then join us, and make The Barnet Society even more effective.”

The Barnet Society, 10 Cattley Close, Barnet EN5 4SN

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