Reopening the Gates

Following temporary weekend closures of Primrose Hill this summer, there is to be a phased re-opening of the gates. The park will continue to be closed at 10pm on Friday […]

Categories: Local Issues, Royal Parks

The Primrose Hill Necropolis

It’s hard to imagine, but Primrose Hill was once the proposed site for a necropolis. In the middle of the nineteenth century, the city’s graveyards were overflowing due to the […]

Categories: History, Past

Partial to Pubs?

Then look no further than some of the finest establishments in London, right here on our doorstep in Primrose Hill. The six venues we still enjoy ‒ The Albert, The […]

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By John Emanuel Swarms of locusts regularly sweep across north-east Africa. Billions of the creatures descend on farmland and eat. The juicy green parts are stripped away, the nutrition gone, […]

Categories: Opinion