A Famous Cherry Tree

The cherry trees all over Primrose Hill are at their beautiful best this week. Let’s enjoy every moment of them before the blossom is scattered by the wind. The six […]

Categories: Environment, Gardening, History

New Elizabethans with Andrew Marr

Wednesday 20 January, 7pm – online via Zoom Andrew Marr will be talking about his fascinating latest book, New Elizabethans. Telling the story of the changes to UK society in […]

Categories: Feature, History

Thoughts for Remembrance Day

By William Gulliford.Vicar of St Mark’s, Regent’s Park. In the spare bedroom of my great aunt’s house, when I was young, was a photograph of a pretty young girl in […]

Categories: History

Treasure in the Drains

Garnet Ampong remembers Primrose Hill in the late 80’s and early 90’s. I lived with my family at flat 3, 46 Fitzroy Road, we were there between 1988-1995. I know […]

Categories: History, My Primrose Hill

Home Front Film – Childhood Memories of VE Day

The generation who were children during the Second World War remember VE Day 1945, on the seventy-fifth anniversary Residents of the London boroughs of Camden, Ealing, Croydon, Hounslow, Kingston and […]

Categories: History

Before Darwin Court

By Martin Sheppard. Until 1970 the houses bordering the railway at the entrance to Primrose Hill from Gloucester Gate, 4–24 Gloucester Avenue, were a distinguished group of high-quality Victorian villas. […]

Categories: History

Where Have All the Primroses Gone?

By Martin Sheppard. There are many Primrose Hills in England, but by far the most famous of them is our own local one. A park since 1842, and before that […]

Categories: History