By The Mole on The Hill Kitty: Grandad, why are all those people going into that shop? Mole: That’s not a shop, Lass. That’s Sam’s Caff. Kitty: Who’s Sam? Mole: Sam’s a man who had a dream about starting a […]
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 an uncomfortable discovery which she has written about in her […]
What’s Your Story?
By Xandra Bingley. It was a thrill to be a judge of the short story competition created by On The Hill. Along with judges Valerie St Johnston and David Goodman, we read sixty-nine entries from all different ages, which really revealed […]
Living in Lockdown – Short Story Competition
Primrose Hill Living in Lockdown WHAT’S YOUR STORY. Tell us in 1000 words what was Lock Down like for you. Was it nice and peaceful at home. Was it scarey and lonely. What did you cook. Did you find local […]
Two girls from Haverstock School have sent On The Hill a short extract from their diaries. It encapsulates how many of our young people must be feeling at the moment. Dear Diary, Lockdown has been very stressful for me and […]
As a writer and editor for twenty five years, when I moved to this area I started contributing to On The Hill magazine. I have decided to chronicle what’s happening in the world right now and this is my Corona […]
The Ship of Endurance
Alan Brownjohn read this poem at the poetry reading event to raise funds for the Marie Curie Hospice in Hampstead in October at the PHCC. This comes from his book A Bottle & Other Poems published by Enitharmon Press, 2015.