Primrose Hill Past: June Beechey

June Beechey (also known as Mrs Welsh) is one of Primrose Hill’s most loved faces, and a veritable icon (thanks to the Banksy look-alike artwork by street artist Bendi). Everyone loved going to June’s hardware shop. Bursting to the seams […]

Andrew Hunt

Andrew Hunt was born and raised in Primrose Hill. “Back then, Primrose Hill was quite a rough area and housing was cheap. The high street was occupied by bookies, fish n’ chip shops and newsagents. Lemonia was a pub with […]

Sunday Roast

Take a look at who was seen out in Primrose Hill eateries recently enjoying a Sunday roast. Your local Primorse Hill pubs The Landsdowne The Queens Pembroke Castle The Princess of Wales The Albert – latest update on The Albert here

Primrose Hill is Reading

New books in the Library When did you last visit our Library to check out the new books? Since our Library became independent from Camden, it has acquired a huge range of gorgeous new books, all free to borrow when […]

Tamla Motown Music Night

At the end of January, the Primrose Hill Community Association put on  Motown Music Night fundraiser for the good people of Primrose Hill. Plenty came (the night sold out) and danced the evening away, energised by Detroit style hot dogs and […]

Primrose Hill Passion: Sue Bryne

Primrose Hill resident Sue Byrne is a passionate advocate for Buddhist traditions in Mongolia. Ringing on the bell of a conventional house in Gloucester Avenue you wouldn’t expect to find a flat full of vibrant Mongolian and Tibetan paintings and […]