Walking down Berkley Road tonight towards 11pm. A youngish Indian man aged around 27-35. Black hair, beard, white v neck t-shirt that had a button or two, slight build approx. 5'4", ran up to me from behind and grabbed me. I had turned around as i had seen his shadow. He made an indian head movement gesture, i screamed and shouted to him to go away. As he ran i swore at him. i think he ran into Princes Close or side road just off Princes Avenue. This time he ran next time he might not. WOMEN BEWARE and be AWARE
Hello, we are considering a move to the area. Would anyone please some information please?
I am looking for Zumba classes in kingsbury in the evening.
If anyone can help, I would be grateful
People move and mostly they move further out in the fringes unless they go to quit sea resorts to retire.
do any body remember Tommy doyle used to be a teraway in the fiftys
I was a very close friend in those days used to go dog racing at wembely with him I know he had a son when he moved to Kinsbury contact me please
What Kingsbury lacks for me is a normal English pub with good grub and other restaurants or bars that cater for anyone but the young and asian. That is our own fault because so many white people moved out for some reason. I feel safe here, I love the parks (well used by cricketers, footballers, joggers, cyclists and dog walkers) and mostly the amazing transport links into town. I am equidistant between northern and jubilee lines, can catch a bus to the met and bakerloo lines and if that fails, I can catch the overground into town. Fruit and veg shopping is amazing and we're well served by all the super markets within a short drive. When I first lived here, Sainsbury's was on the high street! Before that there was everything there - boutiques, butchers, bakers etc. Times change everywhere not just in Kingsbury.
Take a walk round the park and if it's open the walled garden, then up to Roe Green Village and you'll see a whole other side to the area.
I'm a 30 something female and I've have just moved to Kingsbury and I'd love to meet a new friend to explore the area with. I don't work at the moment so I have plenty of time on my hands.
Kingsbury Bowls Club
Eton Grove Open Space
Tel: (020) 8204 3347
New members required
Is anyone interested in genuine female friendships? I keep getting weirdo guys replying, please dont, I am not interested and you're wasting your time. I am looking to widen my social circle, London is a big City. Email me
No such thing as human trash - you've allowed yourself to become dehumanised. That's the problem.
I am 32, female, live in North London and would like to increase my social circle of female friends. Would be great to meet up this bank holiday weekend. Email me
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Hello Ladies (sorry guys, its strictly ladies only)
A group of us girls, fancied a cheesy 80s disco, we thought it would be a laugh, anyway, we're going to a place called Club du Fromage in Islington, next saturday 25th Aug. Fancy joining us? We are meeting a few new ladies who have also replied to the movethat ad, so it should be a fun night. If you're keen and free, let me know and i'll include you on the email invitation for next week.
I'm a 32 female, kind, friendly and a good listener, looking to meet other straight ladies who are looking to increase their social circle for genuine long term solid friendships. I live in North London and would prefer local-ish friends. So if you're london based and not transient or travelling, then get in touch.
I am 32 year old straight, married female, with a partner who loves football more than me, so I'm looking to make new friends in my local area, North London. I have set up a woman's only club, consisting of young women, 30-40 who meet up and hang out, go out for meals, pubbing, shopping, going to the cinema or just mingling around together in coffee houses. If you're keen, on making new friends, Email me on
We are a friendly, straight, fun loving group of women in our early 30s who love meeting up, sharing stories over a glass of wine, socialising, and interested in sharing genuine long term friendships. We meet regularly and would like to invite more like-minded people to join us for genuine friendships – NOT relationships. People aged 33 – 43 ONLY please. Email me if you’re keen on meeting us and hanging out
I've lived in Kingsbury for three years now. Its not too bad, by london standards, but there are a number of things that make life here very unpleasant. The residents seem unable to manage household waste, and tend to scatter food over the floors outside. The old asian men chew tobacco, and spit continuously all over the floor, even right in front of you, which is filthy and disgraceful. The crime rates appear to be getting a little out of control. I live on the high street, and this year (2007) there has been an average of one robbery a week (many of the banks, and the off licence held up with a gun).
Wish I lived in Stanmore. Less human trash there.
I am starting Cheerleading classes in Belmont, Kenton, harrow on Wednesdays 6-7pm for 8-12 yr olds, for more info please mail me
the name of the park next to kingsbury high school is "Roe Green Park"
They aren't bad, providing you are early!! The Jubilee and Metropolitan line (that I use daily) aren't particularly busy providing you arrive around 7.45/8.00, if you arrive after 8 the trains (especially the Met line) become unbearable.
Be the early bird and it'll be fine !
Which supermarket does this take place in??
The name of the park is Roe Green Park
i want to find out what the park next to kingsbury high school is called.
hello i have a wedding in august and i didn't find so far a weeding reception hall for about 80 people (where i provide my own food and drink)if anybody can help me please let me know
Kingsbury Town Fcm ryman league 2.
I'm a musician and a teacher and have been living here for 10 years now. I'm surrounded by loads of parks (even horses and water birds close by) which is great if you like to forget you're in a city every now and then. My street is so quiet and safe when my kids lived here it was footy, street hocky and cricket on the street if we couldn't be a**ed going to the 3 parks around us.
Getting around by road is easy because I'm so close to the Nth Circular, the start of the M1 and the A1. Plus (for all you shoppers) Brent Cross and Staples Corner shopping complexes are 5-10 min. away (an easy bike ride - so no parking blues) and Wembley markets and Stadium are a walk away.
looking for sunbed salons. everytime i search the net i find places to buy or rent sunbeds. i just need to use one. please help
you're having a laugh mate.
Well, I have been in Kingsbury since Dec last year. The area is not to bad. Can be busy and quite just depends which time of the day you are around. Lots of shops to get groceries,iceland,morrisons and lots of halal butchers,restaurants etc.I quite like it, if i wanna meet some friends or watch a movie, harrow is just a 10mins bus Mail-me
unfortunately there aren't any, rough pubs a plenty
Its a boring place believe me, I grew up there, suburbia at its worse!
I was born in Colindale, now living in Australia, my husband and I are visiting family for 3 weeks, August/Sept 2004, and are looking for a studio/flat to rent for that time.
Can anybody help?
What is Kingsbury like to live in?
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can you find me some information on kingsbury sport
Centred upon what is now the Fryent Country Park wild-life reserve, Kingsbury was once the Kings hunting ground for deer. Many large family houses overlook the reserve; it a great way to relax in the countryside but only 30 mins from the West End.
I was always told that it was in the Domesday book, and that name meant 'manor or stronghold of the king'. Queensbury, however, was name made up by property developer as it sounded good next to Kingsbury!
Who was Kingsbury named after? My ancesters came from England, in the Essex, Boxford and Suffolk area in the early 1600's.
What kind of people are living in Kingsbury? What kind of area is it?
If you can tell me where I can get a house (brand new or otherwise anywhere in the country), much less North West London for eighty quid a week, I will buy it!!!
Kingsbury undoubtedly has to be the best value for money for north west london. Transport links are great, safety is awesome, shops are cool, although it does lack night life.... however you can get brand new houses from 80 Pounds a week!! Kingsbury truely is one of london's hidden treasures!