Monday 4th April 2011 7-9pm - NNA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGat 12 Maresfield Gardens
7.00pm RECEPTION (wine, soft drinks and plenty of food)
7.45pm GUEST SPEAKER: Simon Majaro, ‘From Odessa to Jerusalem’
Best known for his work with the Cavatina Chamber Music Trust, on this occasion Simon will be talking about the book he translated, based on his father’s fateful journey after World War1, and his own recent visit to his father’s birthplace.8.20pm AGM (overview of 2010, election of officials and time for questions or any other business that people wish to raise)
Saturday 7 May 8pm 2011 - Piano recital in Netherhall House, by Ben Schoeman. Suggested donation £10
Sunday 12 June 2011 at 2-6pm - Linda and Stephen Williams’ Open Garden in aid of the National Garden Scheme – various charities. Free admission to NNA members. 16A Maresfield Gardens.Previous Events Saturday 12 July 2008 4-6pm - Cream Tea & Pimms Garden Party hosted by Palle Pedersen at the Danish YWCA, 43 Maresfield Gardens
Sunday 6 July 2008 12noon - Cardinal Cormac Murphy O’Connor celebrated the midday Mass
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the founding (in 1938) of St Thomas More Parish and the 40th anniversary of the building of the present church (in 1968) at the bottom end of Maresfield Gardens.
Thursday 12 June 2008 7pm - The Creative Journey with neurologist and arts director Jonathan Miller at South Hampstead High School, 1-3 Maresfield Gardens.
Part of the Freud Museum's 'Creative Journey Series', Jonathan Millar appeared at SHHS.
Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 June 2008 2 to 6 pm - Open Garden at 16A Maresfield Gardens
FREE WITH YOUR 2008 NNA MEMBERSHIP CARD courtesy of Linda & Stephen Williams. Tea and cakes were available.
Saturday 31 May 2008 8pm - Greenwich Piano Trio
A Cavatina Concert with the Greenwich Piano Trio at Netherhall House, Nutley Terrace organised by NNA members Peter Brown (Netherhall House) and Simon and Pamela Majaro (Cavatina Trust). The programme will include Franz Schubert’s Trout Quintet.
Thursday 22 May 2008 7pm - The Creative Journey with playwright Timberlake Wertenbaker at the Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens.Part of the Freud Museum's 'Creative Journey Series', playwright Tmberlake Wertenbaker appears at the Freud Museum. Tickets £12, available from www.freud.org.uk or telephone 020 7435 2002.
Sunday 18 May 2008 - Open garden at the Little House, 16A Maresfield Gardens: 2 to 6 pmLinda & Stephen Williams opened their garden for National Garden Scheme (NGS).
Sunday 16 March 2008 7pm - Author Martin Waddell in conversation with psychoanalyst Jenny Stoker at The Anna Freud CentreUsing examples from his books Owl Babies and Can't You Sleep Little Bear? Martin Waddell talked to Jenny Stoker about the art of writing for children, the inspiration for his books and the role stories play in helping children to deal with their own fears and emotions.
Martin Waddell is the author of many engaging children's favourites. Starry Night won the 1986 Other Award, was a runner up for The Guardian Children's Fiction Award and shortlisted for the Young Observer Teenage Fiction Prize. He has twice won the Smarties Book Prize, for Farmer Duck and Can't You Sleep Little Bear?
Jenny Stoker, author of You and Your Toddler, is a psychoanalyst who works with adults and children. She is also a member of staff of the Anna Freud Centre and ran a parent toddler group there for many years.
Produced by the Rowan Arts Project in association with The Anna Freud Centre, The Institute of Psychoanalysis and The Freud Museum. Supported by the International Psychoanalytical Association.
www.connectingconversations.org Thursday 13 March 2008 7pm - NNA AGMThe NNA AGM welcomed guest speaker Kevin Shipley, manager of Finchley Road Waitrose. Tuesday 5 February 2008 7.30 - South Hampstead High School Development Plans Public Meeting at the Anna Freud Centre, 21 Maresfield Gardens.The NNA hosted a public meeting about South Hampstead High School's proposals for major redevelopment. The school plans to expand their senior school site at the foot of Maresfield Gardens, removing some existing buildings and replacing them with a brand new school complex.
The proposed redevelopment would affect residents and visitors to the locality in numerous ways and would have a significant impact on the neighbourhood in the longer term. This meeting will gave members the opportunity to make their views known via the NNA.
Saturday 2 February 2008 8pm - Brodowski Quartet at Netherhall HouseOrganised by the Cavatina Chamber Music Trust.
Wednesday 14 November 2007, 8pm - An evening celebrating the work of Anna FreudTo commemorate the 25 years since the passing of Anna Freud (who lived in Maresfield Gardens from 1938), Inge Pretorius of the Anna Freud Centre invited NNA members and friends to a special presentation about The Hampstead War Nurseries and the origins of the Anna Freud Centre along with a short DVD about the life of Anna Freud..
Saturday 24 / Sunday 25 November 2007 - Danish YWCA Christmas BazaarThe Danish YWCA's traditional Christmas Bazaar was held on November 24 from 12 - 5pm and November 25 from 12 - 4pm at 43 Maresfield Gardens.
Thursday 08 November 2007, 7pm - 8pm - South Hampstead High SchoolThe South Hampstead High School for Girls (at the bottom end of Maresfield Gardens) had an open evening on Thursday 08 Novemberfrom 7 to 8 pm to propose plans for a complete rebuilding of the site with a presentation by the architect at 7.30 pm.
Sunday 15th July, 2007, 3.00pm to 6.00pm - Summer Garden Party at 70 Maresfield Gardens
Gathering In the Garden
Guys and gals - Hampstead pals
have we got a day for you.
On 15 July we'll keep it sunny,
for our garden party - of jam and honey.
Like all the others? No! Its not the same,
it will be opened by a person of fame.
Meet the people who live in your street,
don't be shy - they're really quite sweet
It'll go with a swing and it's all totally free,
so come come and enjoy a coffee or cup of tea.
Buy a ticket and await with awe,
the results of our stonking raffle draw.
You may even get to line your belly,
with a handsome plate of raspberry jelly.
Whatever's o offer stir your bones,
tuck into dozens of those sun-kissed scones! Tuesday 15th May, 2007, 7.00pm - Safer Neighbourhood Team Public Meeting at University College School, Frognal
The Frognal and Fitzjohns Safer Neighbourhood Team held a public meeting on Tuesday 15 May at 7 pm at University College School in Frognal.
Safer Neighbourhoods is a ward based policing style that will be able to tackle quality-of-life and anti-social behaviour issues. A dedicated team of Officers is based on the ward as additional Police reassurance to those who life, work, study or socialise in the area. Saturday 21 April 2007, 8.00 pm - Riyad Nicolas at Netherhall House Tuesday 13 March 2007, 7.30 pm - NNA AGM, 12 Maresfield Gardens Wednesday 17 January 2007, 7 to 9 pm - NNA New Year receptionHosted by Palle Pedersen and colleagues at the Danish YWCA, 43 Maresfield Gardens. Tickets £10 available firstname.lastname@example.org or drop a note into any of the contact addresses below. Cheques payable to NNA.
Tuesday 28 November 2006, 6 to 7.30 pm - Visit to Holy Trinity SchoolHeadteacher Rosey Lyall and colleagues at Holy Trinity School, Trinity Walk (just off the southern end of Maresfield Gardens) invite NNA members and local residents to an open evening with a glass of wine - a great opportunity to see how schools are trying to operate in the local community today and maybe even find out how 21st century children do arithmetic! It would be helpful to know how many people would like to attend. Email email@example.com or drop a note into any of the contact addresses below.
Friday 17 November 2006, 7.30 pm - NNA wine tasting at 12 Maresfield GardensWith local resident and former Guardian wine writer Malcolm Gluck. Malcolm will be happy to sign copies of his latest books, The Simple Art Of Marrying Food And Wine and Malcolm Gluck’s Brave New World, which members can buy at £5 off the bookshop price provided they register interest in advance. Tickets for the evening £7.50 (to include a free copy of Malcolm’s wine tasting manual and his DVD, plus nibbles after the wine-tasting) via firstname.lastname@example.org or drop a note into any of the contact addresses below. Cheques payable to NNA.
Saturday 28 October 2006, 8 pm - Violin, cello and piano recital by the Trio SarastroNetherhall House concert (junction of Maresfield Gardens and Nutley Terrace) by kind invitation of the director, Peter Brown. A recital by the Trio Sarastro (Emil Chudnovsky, Jamie Walton and Daniel Grimwood). Admission for NNA members £5. Tel: 020 7435 8888;email@example.com
Tuesday 18th July 2006 - Safer Neighbourhood Scheme Launch
Barinder Sahni, interim joint secretary of the NNA's Neighbourhood Watch invited members to a public launch of the Metropolitan Police's new Safer Neighbourhood Scheme. The event was open to all and took place at on Tuesday 18th July at 7pm at the University College School Lecture Theatre on Frognal.
Saturday 10th June 2006 - Netherhall Recital Series presented a recital for String Quartet By Bergonzi Quartet.
Including Dvorak's American Quartet Op 96, Borodin's Quartet No 1 and Bartok's 6 Romanian Dances. See here for details.
Wednesday 07 June 2006 - Co-ordinating Committee Meeting
7.30 pm at 21 Maresfield Gardens. For minutes of the previous meeting, see here.
Sunday 21 May 2006 - Open garden at the Little House, 16A Maresfield Gardens: 2 to 6 pm
Linda & Stephen Williams were invited to open their garden for National Garden Scheme (NGS). Entry of £2.50 went to the cancer charities supported by the NGS. Light refreshments were served. Last year, the front garden won a Heath and Hampstead Society 'Seen from the Street' Award.
Saturday 20 May 2006 - Netherhall Recital Series presents the European Camerata
One of Europe's most exciting chamber ensembles played music by Bartok, Webern, Elgar and Tchaikovsky.
Friday 12 May 2006 - NNA Reception at the Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens : 7.30 to 9 pm
To help celebrate what would have been Freud's 150th birthday and the exhibition The re-staging of Freud's sculptures, the Freud Museum hosted a reception with wine (chosen by Malcolm Gluck and courtesy of Sainsbury's) to help raise funds for the NNA.