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FN newsletter 20-09-2022: news, features, comment, and consultations

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Covid is still of concern. Children are back at school, and students will be arriving for university over the next week or so. Please follow NHS advice to avoid catching and spreading coronavirus. Information and how to get vaccinated is on Camden Council’s coronavirus web page and Westminster Council’s coronavirus web page.
Max Neufeld of the Charlotte Street Association will give a talk next week on how Fitzrovia has changed over the past 60 years.
If any Fitzrovia workers or residents are interested in singing, the Mayfair Community Choir meets at 6.30 pm every Tuesday in the Grosvenor Chapel Community Rooms in South Audley Street. No auditions, no fees. Enquiries and new singers welcome. Email: 
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– Linus Rees, editor

News, features and comment
How Fitzrovia changed over the past sixty years
The Museum Telephone Exchange at North Crescent deserves protecting
History notes: Artists for Democracy at 143 Whitfield Street
History notes: Walter Sickert in Fitzroy Street
Planning, licensing, and public consultations
Licensing application: Elysee Restaurant, 13 Percy Street
Licensing application: Bloomsbury Campus Shop, UCL South Wing Building Gower Street
Planning applications in Bloomsbury and Fitzrovia East, September 2022
Planning applications in Fitzrovia West, September 2022
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Fitzrovia Community Newspaper Archive
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