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    Consultation: Children and Young People

    Barnet has a large and growing number of children, young people and families and we want to make sure the borough is an excellent place to live for children and their families.

    Last updated: 19 February, 2019

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    Council meetings

    Calendar of Council meetings

    Last updated: 19 February, 2019

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    We have lift-off: new council website is launched

    Barnet Council has launched a new-look website, aimed at greatly improving customer experience for residents in Barnet.

    Last updated: 19 February, 2019

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    Follow Us

    Follow us via social media.

    Last updated: 19 February, 2019

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    Get fit and feel FAB

    Barnet Council’s new Fit and Active Campaign is encouraging its residents to improve their health and feel fab.

    Last updated: 19 February, 2019

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    A packed half-term of fun ahead

    The February half-term break will see a fun packed schedule of courses and activities taking place across the borough and in Barnet’s libraries.

    Last updated: 15 February, 2019

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    Key stage 2 results 2018

    Primary school pupils in Barnet have once again recorded impressive Key Stage 2 results.

    Last updated: 15 February, 2019

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    First glimpse inside Youth Zone

    Funders of Barnet’s £6.5million OnSide Youth Zone, Unitas, joined young people from the borough for a sneak peek of the building as construction enters its latter stages.

    Last updated: 13 February, 2019

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    Libraries' Year of Learning

    A packed 12-month schedule of events in Barnet's libraries continues throughout February as part of the borough’s first ‘Year of Learning’.

    Last updated: 10 February, 2019

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    HMO landlord fined after council investigation

    A landlord has been ordered to pay £2,650 in fines and costs after failing to licence a House of Multiple Occupation (HMO), following a successful prosecution by Barnet Council.

    Last updated: 5 February, 2019

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