Demonstrators protesting against the possible loss of the green space outside B&Q in Cricklewood Lane in a deal between Barnet Council and the Brent Cross developers, coped quite well when they were joined by a dinosaur.
They were rather more surprised when they were joined by Jonathan Joseph, of Brent Cross Cricklewood Development Partners, and the man they have been battling since at least 2009.
|Jonathan Joseph (second from left) engages with protesters|
We live in strange times.
|Pete Murry, Brent Green Party secretary and Cricklewood resident makes the case|
People who came over to speak to us from the adjoining side streets were adamant that, even in its present state, the space with its grass and trees was important to them and offered some solace in a hectic urban environment. Local people passing by were keen to sign the petition which can also be signed on line LINK
Eventually the dinosaur and Jonathan Joseph seemed to have found something in common...