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Hampstead Garden Suburb Residents Association

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The association is a watchdog for the welfare of the suburb and acts as a strong pressure group. It conveys the views of its members to the Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust, to the Borough of Barnet and to government on a wide range of suburb issues such as traffic, conservation and amenities.

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Hampstead Garden Suburb Residents Association

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Elizabeth Taylor

We are grateful to David Lewis, Chairman of the Hampstead Garden Suburb Resid...

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Sir Donald Sinden

Sir Donald Sinden, actor, lived here, 1954 - 1997. HGS Residents Association ...

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