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A lot of work has gone into this site but sorry to be the bearer of bad news - you have not thought about this from a visitor's point of view.

The Pergola and garden get locked up at various times - what a potential visitor wants to know is whether he or she will arrive to find the gates shut or not!

Put the OPENING HOURS !!!!!!

Amazing thing to forget. Unbelievable.
Spend less time on collections of emojis (see below) and more on the information that matters.


Added: September 1, 2018
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Wow, forget about the health, this website should be preserved as a part of our heritage.

I haven't seen anything this beautiful in years!


Added: July 18, 2018
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Spent many enjoyable hours on the heath when working in London in the late 1980's. Now find I had a family from my Family Tree, living at No. 14 John Street, now Keates Grove in 1860's, at I believe No. 14. It was run as a guest house, by Mary Anne Dobbin nee Keet (1795 - 1872) & William Dobbin.Their daughter Mary Anne married my great grandfather Reverend William Thomas McCormick, in the beautiful St. John's at the top of the Grove in 1862.Just can't precisely locate the house through google or so far through this site. Any one with any ideas would be a great help. Thank you. :!thinking:

Added: March 10, 2018
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Added: February 12, 2018
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Hi Brethren,
In Jesus, we have one Supernatural Father of our souls that have no colour, gender, etc. but we represent as His sons through Gospel called Logo. If you can reason logically, then you are the son of most High Elohim, Allah, Parbrahm, etc.

I have put up over 5800 Youtube videos rendering expositions of the Parables; channel nijjhar1.

Every day, I add one or two videos. Gospel is by the grace of our Father and Peter being once-born didn't have Gospel until at Pentecost he received the Gift of Holy Spirit from our Father for being truthful. :D


Added: July 13, 2017
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In 45 years of walking on the heath I have never seen the pond at the Vale of Health in such a bad condition, covered in the sort of muck we have grown used to seeing on the Viaduct pond - which used to be covered in water lilies.

The same sort of equipment (a floating pump?) has been installed at the Vale of Health as has been utilised (without much success) at the Viaduct pond.

Very sad to see.


Added: May 27, 2017
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I have visited London, Highgate and the Heath several times but was unaware that my family history is part of this area. To see on this website where they actually lived when the census' were taken in the 19th century is fantastic, as well as all the other images and information. Thank you.

Added: December 18, 2016
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WHAT A FANTASTIC SITE I WORK IN THE AREA AND HAVE ALWAY ENJOYED HAMPSTEAD THOUGH NEVER HAVING ENOUGH TIME TO PROPERLY SEE THE PLACE
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Added: August 16, 2016
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This site has some great stuff. Wanted to say though that there are 3 photos of the old Holy Trinity Church Finchley Rd. opposite John Barnes, except that the 3rd one (sepia one) is NOt actually of that now-demolished church! The big window is very similar but the rest of it is wrong if you look closely. Also most importantly Holy Trinity Finchley Rd. has never stood on a corner and in fact the hill rises really steeply behind it and would be too steep for there to have ever been a road like is shown in the 3rd picture. So maybe that 3rd picture can be taken down please? It really is wrong.

Added: July 26, 2016
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February 11, 2016.
Re: Hampstead WWII History.

V1 Flying Bombs.
"The tenth and last incident occurred in November 1944 at King Henry's Road."

My grandparents: W.W.T. Leney and K.J. Leney died at 59 King Henry's Road when a V1 Flying bomb hit heir house.
Their deaths were recorded on November 25th. 1944.

Based on the date, we had always thought that a V2 and not a V1 had killed them. It seems, that it may well have been one of the last V1 s of the war.

If anyone has any further information, I would greatly appreciate them getting in touch at "crusoe@shaw.ca"

Thankyou, Richard Leney.


Added: February 11, 2016
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