The Rt Hon Theresa Villiers MP, Sgt Julia Radzuik, Cllr Caroline Stock and Dr Nick Dattani, Barnet Clinical Medical Director.
It was a lively evening with many questions relating to the changes of the Totteridge-Woodside ward and how it impacts Totteridge residents. Also how Barnet House was approved in Bristol, (once Barnet council had not approved it).
The minutes of the meeting will be published in ‘documents’ when they are completed.
Join us on Thursday 29th Sept at 8pm at Kemp Hall, St Andrews school for the Totteridge Residents Assoc AGM. This will be our first AGM in 3 years. Speakers include our MP Theresa Villiers, Local Policing, Cllr Caroline Stock and Nick Dattani Barnet Borough Medical Director.
After the AGM there is an opportunity to catch up with TRA committee and the speakers over a glass of wine
Please join the Mayor of Barnet, other members of the Totteridge Residents Association and local groups to commemorate Remembrance Sunday. The wreath laying ceremony will be followed by the national 2 minute silence and will take place at 10:40am on Sunday 14 November at the Totteridge War Memorial outside St Andrews Church, You will be most welcome.
Autumn is here and the clocks have gone back, meaning darker afternoons and increasing opportunities for criminals.
During the autumn and winter months burglaries do tend to increase. Homes that are left unlit during the dark afternoons act as a signal to burglars that a property is empty, so residents are being urged to follow home security advice in the months leading up to Christmas.
Totteridge Safer Neighbourhood Teams will be holding crime prevention events across ward this autumn, offering tips on keeping homes and valuables safe. We will let you know in advance.
Residents can make their homes more secure by following some basic crime prevention advice such as:
– Lock all doors and windows and ensure any type of doors are locked properly by lifting the handle and using the key to double-lock them.
– Consider installing a door bell camera, internal camera and/or monitored burglar alarm Install ‘dusk to dawn’ external lighting and use timer switches or wi-fi plugs/systems in your home to control internal lights, radios and a simulated TV.
– Keep keys and valuables secure and out of sight.
– Ensure boundary fences are secure with side gates locked. Keep tools and ladders in a locked shed
Mayor of London and London Assembly elections will be held on Thursday 6 May 2021
Change to Polling Station – Totteridge Polling Station will be at Totteridge Village Hall, Badgers Croft and not at St. Andrews school as previous elections.
Its really important our voices are heard so please vote.
Voting by post
Voting by post is a convenient and secure way of voting, especially if you are unable to go to your polling station. In these uncertain times we are encouraging electors to apply to vote by post.
You do not have to vote by post and Barnet Council are making sure that polling stations will be safe. However, it will take longer to vote in person and there may be a queue. Any registered voter can apply for a postal vote and you do not need to give a reason for wanting to vote by post.
If you’re thinking of voting by post, you can apply now. This will make sure your application is processed early, and your postal vote can be sent to you more quickly.
The deadline to apply for, cancel or change a postal vote or proxy postal vote for the elections on 6 May 2021 is 5pm on Tuesday 20 April 2021.