The Barnet Society publishes a newsletter full of local news and information. If you would like to receive the news 'hot-off-the-press' please consider joining to receive a copy as soon as it has been published - or alternatively, donations to support and allow us to continue our work are always gratefully received.
Autumn 2021, Whalebones: An Inspector calls, 550th anniversary comes good despite year of uncertainty, Grow-ing interest in the land
Summer 2021, Villiers tries to quell Spires Fears, Second life for flowers, Farewell to Dorina
Spring 2021, The Battle of Where?,The Weathervanes forecast looks good, Paean to the pavilion
1945-2020 75th Anniversary Newsletter, Green and pleasant land, A trip down memory lane, Trees, trees, trees
Autumn 2020 Love is in the air, 11-0 home win against Victoria, Enforcement not a job for the faint-hearted
Summer 2020 Life goes on, but not as we know it, Bull's fight for survival, Green shoots in the town centre
Spring 2020 Plans to revive town centre, Housing densisty doubled on the gas works site, Wood Street eyesore is no more
Winter 2019 Mixed reaction to new Tube homes plan, Fight for proper nursery school funding, New Barnet right in the swim of things
Autumn 2019 Uproar over Tube apartments plan, Unfortunately, Whalebones doesn't cut it, Act needed to safeguard Hadley Common
Summer 2019 Life goes on for Barnet, Brexit or not, Open all hours: petition against park plan, A welcome buzz about the place
Spring 2019 Developers have Green Belt in their sights, It's all plain sailing for Noah's Ark, Physic Well benefits from a modern-day makeover
Winter 2018 Premier Inn wins appeal - but will it help to revive High Barnet’s town centre?, Gail makes it to High Street Heroes Awards, Council leader on the defensive over residents' gripes
Autumn 2018 Premier Inn refuses to throw in the towel, Council seeks path to redemption, Angry reaction over exclusion from Barnet Hospital CPZ
Summer 2018 Premier Inn checking in to Barnet, Foundation bricks laid at Noah’s Ark children’s hospice, Labour of Love: Keeping the High Street tidy
Spring 2018 Council candidates set out their stalls, Tennage Market moves nearer to kick-off,The Mayor of London's New London Plan
Winter 2017 Tories change their mind and vote for school no-one seems to want
Autumn 2017 Barnet Press folds after 158 years
Summer 2017 Row over build-outs rumbles on
Spring 2017 Council paves the way for High Street footpath build-outs"
Autumn 2016 Serious doubts over suitability of new proposed Ark academy
Summer 2016 Red-scissor opening for new Environment Centre
Winter 2015 Concerns over gated development
Autumn 2015 Glimmer of hope on broadband
Summer 2015 It’s battle stations ahead!
Spring 2015 2,500 back parking petition
Winter 2014 Parking Mad!
Autumn 2014 Police target Blue Badge abuse
Summer 2014 BT’s empty broadband promises
Spring 2014 QE Boys - what price excellence?
Annual Reports and Minutes