New lease of life for Finchley's Bothy

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New lease of life for Finchley's Bothy

A Victorian building in North London that has fallen into disrepair is being transformed into a community asset. Known as the Bothy, the Grade II listed space was left to the benefit of the people but has been empty for over thirty  years. Work has started to turn the former agricultural sheds into a centre offering counselling and psychotherapy services for children, young people and families by local charity The Terapia Centre. 


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