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 East Barnet School - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
East Barnet School is a mixed secondary state school in Barnet, North London
East Barnet Modern School opened in April 1937 with 64 pupils who had transferred from other local schools, spread across 4 year groups.
The Barnet Times reported that East Barnet School would be rebuilt on the Chestnut Grove site by September 2007 and JCoSS would open on the Westbrook Crescent site in September 2009.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/East_Barnet_School   (657 words)

 East Barnet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
East Barnet is a place in the London Borough of Barnet.
From 1894 to 1965 East Barnet formed part of the East Barnet Urban District of Hertfordshire.
East Barnet is represented by three Conservatives Councillors, Cllr Olwen Evans, Cllr Terry Burton and Cllr Robert Rams
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/East_Barnet   (105 words)

 Barnet Museum
Barnet Museum was opened in March 1938 at 31 Wood Street, to house the collection of the Barnet and District Local History Society.
One of these is East Barnet, which formed part of the original manor of Chipping and East Barnet it is the latter that appears to have been the focus of the earliest settlement.
The parish church of St Mary the Virgin, East Barnet dates from the first half of the eleventh century, whilst the church of St John the Baptist in Chipping Barnet dates from around 1250.
uk.geocities.com /barnetmuseum/about.htm   (452 words)

 Choir Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It is the belief of the older natives the "Barnet stands on the highest ground betwixt London and York." The town consists of a straggling street over a mile long, chiefly of small commonplace houses, with two or three shorter streets diverging from it.
Barnet Church, St John the Baptist, which stands in what was the center of the town, was erected by John de la Moote, abbot of St Albans, about 1400, the architect being Beauchamp.
The living of Barnet is a curacy, held with the rectory of East Barnet till the death of the late incumbent in 1866, when the livings were separated.
members.tripod.com /barnet_choir   (599 words)

 Chipping Barnet Towntalk - About Chipping Barnet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In the 18th century Barnet boasted one of the largest markets in the county, and was well situated on the main road from London to the North.
After climbing the steep hill to High Barnet, a new name for the town by the 1590s, it was time to change the horses, and travellers relaxed at the many inns, which the town offered.
The annual Barnet Fair, of rhyming slang fame, was very popular indeed: besides all the usual fair ground attractions and the races, drovers from as far away as Wales came to sell their ponies and cattle.
www.chippingbarnet.towntalk.co.uk /about.php   (583 words)

 London and Middlesex Parishes
The river Lea is its eastern boundary, East Barnet and Hadley its western, Edmonton the southern and Cheshunt, South Mimms, and Northaw the northern.
Finsbury is bounded Islington and Shoreditch to the north, by Shoreditch to the east, the City of London to the south and to the west by Holborn and St Pancras.
The parish includes the hamlet of Colney Hatch and the east side of Whetstone, and the population, exclusive of the 2117 inmates of the County Lunatic Asylum, Colney Hatch, was 2230 in 1871.
www.steeljam.dircon.co.uk /parishes.htm   (6556 words)

 About Chipping Barnet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Barnet is probably best known for "the Battle of Barnet" - fought during the War of the Roses and Barnet Fair, from which we get the cockney rhyming slang for Hair - Barnet.
The "Chipping Barnet" Constituency is the north-eastern third of Barnet bounded by the County of Hertfordshire to the north.
Following the re-organisation of London Local Government in 1964, the Urban Districts of Barnet and East Barnet were amalgamated with Finchley Borough, Friern Barnet Urban and Hendon Borough Councils to form the London Borough of Barnet.
www.barnetconservatives.co.uk /about_chipping_barnet.htm   (933 words)

 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A cornerstone of the Mental Health Strategy for Barnet agreed prior to Napsbury’s closure was that care would be provided in smaller units in the community to care for Barnet patients on both the east and west sides of the borough.
Barnet CHC and a range of voluntary organisations opposed this option and expressed their concerns about the lack of progress towards a modernised BPU to the London Regional Office of the NHS Executive.
Barnet CHC and Barnet Mental Health Network expressed their concerns in December 2000 about the continuing delays and their effect on patients who were still ‘temporarily’ accommodated at the Dennis Scott Unit at Edgware Community Hospital, with no prospect of an early start on the new BPU.
www.barnetchc.org.uk /scrutiny/060202/BPUreport.htm   (1005 words)

 ESOL - East Barnet Baptist Church
Barnet College uses EBBC's premises for one of their outreach community groups for asylum seekers, refugees, and others to learn English.
So Barnet College provides a child helper who has recognised, professional qualifications to look after the children while the class is in progress.
Enrolment is at Barnet College (NOT the church), Stanhope Road Centre, North Finchley, N12 9DX (Tel.
www.ebarnetbaptist.org.uk /esol.htm   (120 words)

 East Barnet ghost stories
It is this lack of a Christian burial which is said to cause his ghost to haunt what remains of the woods at East Barnet and Hadley.
This was the actual oak tree under which the famous 18th century religious visionary and prophetess Joanna Southcott, used to sit during her many visits to friends in East Barnet.
It was here that she was said to have received the inspiration that she was the woman described in Chapter 12 of The Bible’s Book of Revelation, leading to her many predictions and secrets supposedly contained after her death in the infamous Joanna Southcott’s box about which controversy has never totally subsided.
www.britainexpress.com /Myths/barnet.htm   (566 words)

 East Barnet UD Hertfordshire through time | Local history overview for the Local Government District
East Barnet UD was a Local Government District in the county of Hertfordshire, in England.
In 1911 East Barnet's total population was 12,381.
The boundaries of East Barnet UD shown on 19th and 20th century maps.
www.visionofbritain.org.uk /unit_page.jsp?u_id=10001699   (191 words)

 Hendon Times
East Finchley Library has been singled out for cuts despite attracting more visitors than East Barnet library and lending more books than Mill Hill, it was revealed this week.
East Finchley Library is to be closed one evening a week and at lunchtimes, as part of April's budget.
East Finchley library had an average of 2,633 visitors per week in 2004, compared to East Barnet's 2,287.
www.hendontimes.co.uk /display.var.678546.0.0.php   (359 words)

 East Finchley Towntalk - News, events, business   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
East Finchley lies to the east of the borough.
Eighteenth century East Finchley's famed hog market, remembered in the district called the Market Place, is the traditional village centre.
The East Finchley Picturedrome, opened 1912, later became the Rex in the 1930s, and more recently the Phoenix Cinema.
www.eastfinchley.towntalk.co.uk /about.php   (466 words)

 Finchley Society Links
The Barnet Federation of Allotment and Horticultural Societies was formed in 1965 at the time of the amalgamation of the Boroughs of Finchley, Hendon, the urban districts of Barnet, East Barnet and Friern Barnet into the London Borough of Barnet.
Barnet Archives and Local Studies The Centre holds the records of the Borough of Barnet and its predecessors for the areas of Barnet, Edgware, Finchley Golders Green and Hendon.
Barnet Today The NeighbourNet group of community web sites will be building a site on this location, providing information on the following aspects of Barnet life: entertainment, restaurants, schools, local government, clubs, societies and churches.
www.finchleysociety.org.uk /inflinks.htm   (943 words)

 Barnet, Vermont, New England, USA
Barnet was granted to 67 men, 9 of whom were named Stevens.
The tradition in the Stevens family is that their first American ancestor had emigrated from Barnet, Hertfordshire, England, accounting for the origin of the name.
Barnet was the home of two Henry Stevenses, father and son: the elder founded the Vermont Historical Society, while the younger was one of London's best-known booksellers and bibliographers from 1845 to 1886.
www.virtualvermont.com /towns/barnet.html   (337 words)

 Welcome - East Barnet Baptist Church
East Barnet Baptist Church is situated in the London Borough of Barnet, ju
We are glad to welcome you to the Church Family at East Barnet Baptist Church.
And East Barnet Baptist Church is a family of believers from different ethnic backgrounds, who share a common faith in God and a living relationship with Jesus Christ.
www.ebarnetbaptist.org.uk   (107 words)

 Barnet Poor Law Union and Workhouse
Further parish workhouses were built in Shenley (1800, for 40 inmates), Chipping Barnet (1807, 45 inmates), East Barnet (1820, for 50 inmates), and Ridge (1834, for 20 inmates).
The Barnet Union workhouse was built in 1836-7 at the end of West End Lane and at the south side of Well House Lane.
Barnet workhouse is said to have been the inspiration for the workhouse in the Charles Dickens novel
users.ox.ac.uk /~peter/workhouse/Barnet/Barnet.shtml   (645 words)

 About East Barnet Festival
East Barnet Festival is managed by East Barnet Community Festival Ltd, a company limited by guarantee.
The aim is "to promote the Festival and to provide facilities for recreation and leisure time with the aim of improving the conditions of life for the people of East Barnet".
All the income from sponsorship, concessions, support from the London Borough of Barnet, stall bookings and advertising in the brochure is used for hiring the stages and marquees, for publicity, and to meet the neccesary health and safety rules: and also to promote special childrens events such as the decoration of the pavilion.
www.v-i-d.co.uk /ebf/about.html   (153 words)

Barnet have been given another season at Underhill, after a compromise was reached following access problems and hassles with the local council.
From High Barnet, it's left down Barnet Hill and the ground is across the road at the junction in Fairfield Way.
Barnet can be found in a leafy part of north London, so you can make a weekend of it in the capital.
www.btinternet.com /~duffnort/Barnet.htm   (1001 words)

 Barnet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A focal point of the Town is Barnet Church (St John the Baptist) at the top of the hill.
Barnet (the town not the borough) is attracting more people into the district due to its easy access into London and the clean fresh air that can be found in many of the open spaces..
Barnet is not just a borough and the locals will tell you that they really do not care about what is happening in districts far away.
www.barnet4u.co.uk /barnet.html   (418 words)

 Barnet Online - Homelessness - Almhouses in Barnet
If you are aged over 55, almshouses in Barnet can offer good quality homes in various parts of the borough.
Applicants must have lived at least 5 years in the former borough of Finchley and have reached the age of 60.
Will only consider people over 55 who have lived in the districts of Barnet, East Barnet and Friern Barnet for the preceding six months or a significant period during the past twenty years.
www.barnet.gov.uk /index/housing/housing-advice/homelessness/almhouses-in-barnet.htm   (185 words)

 HADAS - London Archaeology - Phillip Bailey reports on his Roman & Medieval finds in East Barnet.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This building site in East Barnet where the finds were made was situated at the southern end of the Prince of Wales Public House (No 2 Church Hill Road, TQ 2719 9529).
The mansion ‘The Clockhouse’ in East Barnet village was mentioned in a rental document of 1506 (3) by an older name Mendhams.
The pottery assemblage is an interesting collection, as little material of this type has been found in the East Barnet area before, although it was founded in the medieval period.
www.hadas.org.uk /hadas/print.php?sid=93   (1330 words)

 Printer Friendly Format - News Shopper   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Police have identified a 'hard core' of 20 to 30 yobs and their leader who together have been responsible for a crime wave across the affluent suburbs of New and East Barnet which suffered 179 reports of violent crimes last year.
If the new 'dispersal zone' proves a success in East Barnet, similar schemes will be introduced around the borough with one already planned for The Concourse in Grahame Park in September.
CCTV cameras installed in East Barnet village in April 2003 have not quelled the rise in antisocial behaviour, and it is now hoped that the problem areas of Victoria Recreation Ground in Victoria Road, New Barnet; Oak Hill Park, Church Hill Road, and East Barnet village centre, will be reclaimed by the community.
www.newsshopper.co.uk /misc/print.php?artid=513806   (488 words)

 New Jewish School Set For Approval (from This Is Hertfordshire)
East Barnet School would, under the plans, rebuild its lower school buildings and move all its students to the site in Chestnut Grove, leaving its other site, in Westbrook Crescent, free for the new school to use.
The Jewish Reform school would be built on the current East Barnet upper school site and be for pupils aged 11 to 19, giving priority to Reform Jewish children.
Councillor John Marshall, cabinet member for education, said: "We are hoping to get a new East Barnet School and a new Jewish secondary school for Reform Jews who want their children to go to a Jewish school.
www.thisishertfordshire.co.uk /display.var.582230.0.new_jewish_school_set_for_approval.php   (339 words)

 London Transport Central Area Routes 260–269
Route 260 was introduced on 3 January 1962 running daily between Barnet and Harlsden via Whetstone, North Finchley, Finchley Central, Golders Green, Cricklewood, and Willesden, with a Saturday and Monday to Friday rush hours extention to Hammersmith via North Acton and Acton, as a replacement for trolleybus route 660.
In 1970 the northern terminus was switched from Barnet to New Barnet, and at the same time was extended Sundays from Barnet via Medway to New Barnet (Chesterfield Road).
In 1964 it was extended from New Barnet Station to Barnet (Chesterfield Road) via Meadway and Barnet Church replacing the withdrawn section of route 34.
www.angelfire.com /ult/eplate2/260s.html   (1412 words)

 Houses & flats for sale & rent - Finchley, Barnet & Totteridge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A solid middle-class suburb, ranging from the grand properties of Hampstead Garden Suburb to the more modest terraces of East Finchley...
"East Finchley is a perfect place to live for young professionals and people with children......"
"East Finchley is an up and coming area with more trendy bars, restaurants and shops opening all the time......"
www.findaproperty.com /region.aspx?regionid=065&opt=search   (424 words)

 International Civic Heraldry-United Kingdom BARNET
The chief recalls the arms of East Barnet.
The battle is the most famous event in the history of Barnet, so it is appropriate that this should be placed at the top of the shield.
Before 1965, the towns of Barnet and East Barnet were in Hertfordshire.
www.ngw.nl /int/gbr/b/barnet.htm   (381 words)

 East Barnet Festival of Music, Dance, Sport and Arts
The largest free festival in North London, the East Barnet Festival regularly attracts as many as 25,000 weekend visitors.
Celebrating it's 10th anniversary this year, the 2005 festival aims to be "the best yet" and will be held over the weekend of Friday evening July 1st, Saturday July 2nd, and Sunday July 3rd.
The weekend that aliens descended on East Barnet - And a good time was had by all.
www.v-i-d.co.uk /ebf   (151 words)

 Ofsted – Reports Section   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
East Barnet School is a secondary school and sixth form for boys and girls.
East Barnet School was inspected on 09 Dec 2002.
Chestnut Grove, East Barnet, Barnet, Hertfordshire EN4 8PU
www.ofsted.gov.uk /reports/index.cfm?fuseaction=summary&id=101351   (220 words)

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