The Boy from Boskovice

What makes a good man bad? Nature versus nurture? Local author Vicky Unwin was sorting through the documents of her father, the Holocaust survivor Tomas Ungar. What she uncovered was […]

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An Immigrant’s View of Primrose Hill

By Isabelle Dupuy. One of the magical things about London is the number of lives one can have in this city without moving neighbourhoods. My first life here was on […]

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News & Views – May 2019

Harriet Kelsall Wins at the Business Book Awards Congratulations to Harriet Kelsall, whose book The Creative Guide to Starting a Business has won at the Business Book Awards 2019. The […]

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Harrison Braves the Hill

Aruna Khanzada had been living on Bridge Approach for a year and making daily trips to the top of Primrose Hill with her children when she started writing and illustrating […]

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Alan Bennett

Celebrated writer reads passages at the Primrose Hill Community Centre Alan Bennett looked very much at home as he took a chair and announced that he planned to read passages […]

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The Reputation Game

David Waller published The Reputation Game after moving to Primrose Hill with his family last year. Currently a partner in a global consulting firm, he is a former journalist with […]

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Library Talk with author Katie Ruth Davies

By Florence Robinson (aged 13). When Rob first asked if I would do an interview at Primrose Hill Library with Katie Ruth Davies, the up and coming author of Angel, […]

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