“A community wind band based in Barnet, north London, the first incarnation of Barnet Band was formed in 1889. This makes us one of Barnet’s oldest musical organisations. During the summer, we play at fetes, community events, and bandstands, while Christmas sees us participating at Barnet’s Christmas Fair in The Spires shopping centre. We also give concerts for local charities, and over the years have been privileged to help many worthy causes.

Barnet Band is a not-for-profit organisation run by its members. As a community wind band, we accept new members without audition and we don’t ask for grades. We aim for rehearsals to be fun and sociable occasions. There’s always a teabreak.

If that sounds what you’re looking for, please come along and try us out. You will find us very friendly and be made extremely welcome.

We are currently seeking clarinets and brass players. So if you play clarinet, tuba, trombone, French horn, euphonium or trumpet, fancy playing in a friendly community band and can spare Wednesday evenings to rehearse, why not come along and give us a try?”

“A pioneering theatre company, which uses an inclusive creative process.

This means that everyone is welcomed and his or her contribution valued.

The method that the company has developed over 35 years of groundbreaking work, allows us to bring out the best from multi-ability groups.

The way we work helps to unlock the creative and human potential of individuals, and enables everyone to see the value of their contribution to group working.”

“Supporting families to learn how to use slings safely, comfortably and with confidence.”

“The club was originally founded in 1940 to provide cricket for the former pupils of Queen Elizabeth’s Boys School in Barnet, but we have been an open club for many years, and welcome members from across the Barnet area and beyond.

The club currently runs 5 adult teams, 9 colts teams and a Ladies team. The three Saturday adult teams play in Divisions 3A, 8A and 10B of the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League, while there is one league & one friendly XI on Sunday’s helping to bridge the gap between junior and senior cricket.

We are always looking for new members to join our friendly club, so whether you are a junior looking to play, a parent or a more experienced player or coach wanting to join a new club, or just someone looking for a quiet place to have a drink and watch some cricket, come and say hello.”

Old Elizabethans Memorial Playing Fields, Mays Lane, Barnet EN5 2AG

“We’re growing fruit, veg and flowers in community spaces around Barnet, north London. Come grow with us!”

“The Friends of Barnet Market (FoBM) is a group formed in 2008 with the aim of supporting and promoting the use of Barnet Market.”

“Welcome to Hertfordshire Polo Club. Whether you are a member of the Club, interested in learning to play, looking for an exciting activity day, a venue for a meeting or conference or just simply somewhere to go for a fun and exhilarating day out then Herts Polo Club has the answer.

Herts Polo Club is only 40 minutes from Central London. With two main BR stations close by and only minutes from the A1 we are extremely conveniently located for all your entertaining and corporate hospitality needs.

Herts Polo Club is open year round, with play taking place during the winter on one of the largest all-weather polo arenas in the country. In addition to this there is a large floodlit indoor school available for lessons on those dark winter evenings and five full-size grass polo pitches for play in the summer.”

Hertfordshire Polo Club, Woolmers Park, Letty Green, Herts SG14 2NX

SPACES is a local group that represents residents in four High Barnet roads (Alston, Calvert, Puller and Sebright) in issues relating to planning and traffic. We have an attractive area packed with mainly Victorian houses and we aim to promote the friendly atmosphere that has been present in our roads over the years.

“Barnet Green Party campaigns on every major issue and we demonstrated our widespread support across the borough when we beat the Liberal Democrats in 19 of the 21 wards in the 2014 Barnet Council elections. In the 2015 general election, our candidates sharply increased the Green vote in all three Barnet constituencies. Stephen Taylor polled a mighty 16,996 votes in the Barnet and Camden constituency in May 2016, beating UKIP and the LibDems by several thousand votes.”

“The Good Companions ADS have been performing amateur drama at John Keble church in Edgware, Middlesex since 1933. We are now one of the leading drama groups in the London Borough of Barnet.”

“Welcome to the campaign for a Better Barnet

We set up the Better Barnet campaign to respond to residents who told us what they thought was broken in Barnet – a Conservative council that was just not listening to the people it claimed to represent. We work in partnership with local residents and community groups on everything from road safety schemes and parking charges, to saving Friern Barnet Library and opposing the Conservatives ‘One Barnet’ sell-off of council services.

Although the campaign to stop the ‘One Barnet’ sell-off of services was not successful, together we have achieved many other successes. And where the Barnet Conservatives have failed to create a vision and a plan for Barnet, and where they have failed to work with residents and communities to create that vision and plan, the Better Barnet campaign will continue to work with local people to help them do just that.

We’re building a campaign and a movement that wants to put you, our local residents, at the heart of it.”

“Enfield play competitive water polo all year round and our teams compete in the London Water Polo League, London Water Polo Winter League and the Middlesex London Water Polo League. Based at Southgate Leisure Centre, next to Southgate Underground Station on the Piccadilly Line and just off the A406, we welcome male and female members of all ages and nationalities.

Enfield also hosts Monday game/training nights at QE Boys School in Barnet 8.30-9.45pm.

Contact Martin Waller for more details.”

“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

“Barnet Karate Club is a Martial Arts School offering Karate classes in Barnet, UK for kids, men and women. Barnet Karate Club is Located at 80 Margaret Road, New Barnet.”

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