On The Hill’s very own photographer Lars Christiansen is hosting an event to bring locals together over an evening dedicated to three of his passions; photography, music and mixology. 22nd of January 7pm-10pm Come along and see his collection of work including portraits of local residents and photographs of the area to celebrate his love of Primrose Hill. Located at the Community Centre renamed “The … Continue reading An Evening of Photography, Cocktails and Music celebrating Primrose Hill & its residents
Crabapples can’t be eaten raw and require cooking. This is an excellent way to use them, as their high pectin content makes a great jelly that sets beautifully. If you don’t have crabapples, use cooking apples. Good with game terrine, duck, slow-roast pork belly and soft, sharp goat’s cheese. Makes 8 x 220 ml jars Ingredients 2 kg crabapples or cooking apples 1 unwaxed lemon … Continue reading PH Eats: Crabapple & Thyme Jelly
As soon as you enter Meg Mathews’ modern home in the heart of Primrose Hill, your eyes are greeted by the colour white ? or to be more precise, the non-colour white. Almost every piece of furniture in the reception room, open-plan kitchen and patio is white – with the exception of pink roses in a vase. No wonder Meg calls it the ‘White House’. … Continue reading About Face with Meg Matthews
My Primrose Hill is regular Q&A feature of the magazine where we ask residents and those who work in Primrose Hill about the neighbourhood.
This month we were in conversation with Gail Levy, Owner of Primrose Hill Pets… Continue reading “My Primrose Hill: Gail Levy – Owner of Primrose Hill Pets”
A little piece of Detroit comes to Primrose Hill next week when the Primrose Hill Community Association put on their Motown Music Night on Saturday 31st January. This will be a great opportunity for locals and friends of the neighbourhood to meet, enjoy some food and drink and dance (or just tap their toes to) some great Tamla Motown tunes. There’s also a prize for … Continue reading Primrose Hill goes Motown
Mary Portas talks local loyalty… One of my favourite movie moments about London is the “four seasons walk” Hugh Grant takes through Portobello Road as he tries to forget Julia Roberts in the movie Notting Hill. Starting in summer and going all the way through to the following summer in one long take, it’s classic Richard Curtis. Hugh nods to the jolly cockney fruit and … Continue reading Live local, shop local