Sew Long, and Farewell

Roz Davies bids farewell to her shop, Sew Much Fun In the summer of 2007 I strolled up from Camden to Primrose Hill with my golden retriever, Mozart, on the look-out for premises for the ‘hobby business’ that I had…

Adorn the Common

In the space vacated by Domino’s Pizza – 187 Kentish Town Road – now stands an design focussed art and lifestyle brand, Adorn the Common, which specialises in original paintings, limited edition prints, homeware and soft furnishings. Between 21 –…

Categories: Art, Events, Local Business

A Lifetime Ago

Each year as the Remembrance period approaches, Peter Cundall, a regular visitor to Primrose Hill, reflects on the horrendous loss of young men’s lives in WW1 and WW2 that no appreciation, however heartfelt can replace.  Why, he wonders, is there…

Categories: Poem

Michael Palin Supports Age UK Camden

In September, Sir Michael Palin presented a stimulating and insightful evening’s entertainment, mixing anecdotes from his celebrated comedy career and world travels. Back at Cecil Sharp House for the first time since rehearsing for the Monty Python shows at the…

Categories: Charity, Events, Interview