Month: March 2018

And breathe…

When we breathe, we know we are alive. You take about 1,000 breaths an hour, which equates to almost 8,760,000 a year. Should you live to 100, that is almost 900 billion breaths! But are they full, nourishing breaths, or shallow […]

Mars Bar Crispy Nests

This month Primrose Bakery provide the recipe for an extremely rich Easter treat, hugely popular with adults and children alike. They are not really cupcakes but they are incredibly easy to make and look great with Easter decorations. It is […]

David Bradley

Children from Haverstock School’s journalism course interviewed actor David Bradley. We were honoured to join the MCM Comic Con Press Panel in October 2017 to meet the very talented actor, David Bradley, who is known for his Laurence Olivier Award […]

News & Views – March 2018

The Oldfield Estate Staff Cuts The Oldfield Estate on Fitzroy Road is owned and managed by Central and Cecil Housing Trust, a sheltered housing scheme for over 200 residents, all with varying degrees of abilities and disabilities. Some are confined […]

Anna Dé Dreams

This is the mantra of Anna Dé, inspired by the track of one of her favourite musicians, Jamie Lidell. She recently launched her event business, Anna Dé Dreams (pun intended), that specialises in wedding and party planning. Anna is inspired […]

The Outer Circle

Primrose Hill has long been a favourite destination for film-makers, but it also crops up in books, notably The Folks That Live on the Hill by Kingsley Amis and Primrose Hill by Helen Falconer. Now former sportswriter Ian Ridley has […]

Differenza

The best food and wine from Italy – in Primrose Hill… Antonio Cerilli, the manager of Differenza, is passionate about sourcing the best possible ingredients. The restaurant’s meat is sourced from an organic farm near Stonehenge, the fish comes fresh […]

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