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Sat 13 Sep: Cricklewood Open Studios

"Steel lettering crowns the restored facade along Cricklewood Broadway. Beautiful brickwork and architectural details set off with colorful canopies that recall the early days of traders along the Broadway."
Saturday September 13th: 11am - 6pm

"Cricklewood Open Studios is where local artists and makers invite you to visit their studios and see the great work they do, where they do it.

"A studio might be a garage, a spare room, a warehouse or a shed. It's a great chance to view and discuss how artists and craftspeople work, to share ideas, buy work or just quietly enjoy visiting. The only requirement is your curiosity.

"There will also be a couple of historical walking tours of Cricklewood on Sunday 14th.

It's all free to attend, so please join in and help us make the most of Cricklewood's creative talents at our first Open Studios."

"The Cricklewood Town Team (previously Cricklewood Improvement Programme – CIP) was created by Cricklewood Homeless Concern in partnership with a group of Cricklewood residents towards the end of 2010.

"A steering group was formed, motivated in part by the ideology of the Big Society, and chose to focus on creating a climate for change that encourages local people in Cricklewood to take charge of and lead on the development of Cricklewood, making it a great place to live, work or visit.

Cricklewood straddles the junction of three London boroughs and more immediately three wards i.e. Mapesbury (Brent), Childs Hill (Barnet) and Fortune Green (Camden). Consequently it is a challenge to develop a coherent approach for Cricklewood as a neighbourhood or town and, as a result, the area requires attention to make it an attractive place for all.

"Cricklewood Town Team aims to create a formal organisation which plays a lead role in determining the future for Cricklewood in conjunction with relevant bodies such as resident associations, community groups, local businesses, faith groups, community safety agencies, statutory partners such as Barnet, Brent and Camden councils, as well as the Community and Voluntary sectors."

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