Monthly Archives: July 2012

Olympic traffic changes to Kingsway and Lincoln’s Inn Fields

The hard engineering has gone in for the Olympic restrictions – Remnant Street is blockaded, a huge pedestrian island has sprung up in the middle of Kingsway and, weirdly the postbox on Kingsway near Great Queen Street has been wrapped … Continue reading

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Olympic bus car park coming to Lincoln’s Inn Fields

In an apparently unadvertised move Camden have decided to make the West side of the Fields an Olympic bus park

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Friends of Lincoln’s Inn Fields Committee Meeting Thursday 26th July 2012

Friends of Lincoln’s Inn Fields Committee Meeting Thursday 26th July 2012 4.30pm – Royal College of Surgeons Committee Room 3 – Ground floor Agenda 1.    Apologies 2.    Items from the last meeting & Committee members, to include; •    Removing barriers … Continue reading

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Minutes of the Annual General Meeting 5.30pm on Thursday 14th June 2012

Friends of Lincoln’s Inn Fields Minutes of the Annual General Meeting 5.30pm on Thursday 14th June 2012 New Academic Building London School of Economics Apologies for Absence Apologies were received from Col Hill, Noreen Kent & Mary Lewis The Chairman … Continue reading

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New bins, temporary and permanent coming to LIF

I chatted to workmen spraying green and yellow blobs at strategic points around the fields.  They are preparing to put in new bins both to meet the long term need for more refuse disposal and some temporary ones for the … Continue reading

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Olympic parking restrictions in place for Lincoln’s Inn Fields

The bays on the West of the Fields will it seems be out of use during the Olympics period – from 24 July to 14 August. It isn’t clear if this was pre-notified or not, I certainly haven’t had anything … Continue reading

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Anatomy of an Athlete – Hunterian Museum

For those fascinated by how the body works the Hunterian has a remarkable exhibition on how athletes’ bodies allow them to do what they do.  As ever with the Hunterian no concessions are made to the squeamish but it’s riveting … Continue reading

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