Month: June 2017

Train Body Brain

Wendy MacLennan has a mission to create a teen mental health revolution. Last September she set up the Train Body Brain method, a 45-minute fitness nirvana to enable teenagers to take control of their own physical, mental and spiritual well-being. […]

Policing Primrose Hill

We put a number of readers’ questions to the police, who are responsible for enforcing the Royal Parks’ regulations. “The Metropolitan Police hold Community Ward panels every 6 to 8 weeks to ensure that local policing teams are tackling the […]

A Bold and Dangerous Family

This month, local author Caroline Moorehead OBE, FRSL will see published the third of the books she planned as a ‘trilogy on resistance to dictatorship’ in Second World War Europe. The first book was A Train in Winter: An Extraordinary […]

Primrose Hill Eats: Moussaka

With the summer holidays in our midst, transport yourself to the Aegean with this classic recipe from Lemonia. It can be prepared family-style using a 15” x 10”ovenproof dish, or in smaller dishes for individual portions. Ingredients (serves 6–8) 2–3 […]

A Happy High Street?

Our urban environments are always evolving and Primrose Hill is no different. Local businesses make a significant contribution to the unique ‘village’ lifestyle enjoyed by Primrose Hill residents. Micael Johnstone explores the trends driving some of the Hill’s recent changes […]

Q&A with Lissa Evans

If you’ve seen the film of Their Finest, starring Bill Nighy and Gemma Arterton, you’ll be interested to know that the author of the original book, Lissa Evans, lives in Primrose Hill, and she came to the Library on 24 […]

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