Wintry walks

Unpackaged If you fancy learning a bit of food history in the nearby streets around Angel or brushing up on Cally or KX station trivia, there are a few walks on in the next three months.

Rob Smith of Footprints of London is running a historical gastronomic tour called Islington: London’s Larder on 15 January and 26 February. It does what it says on the tin, once upon a time Islington was an important centre of meat and milk in the capital. A word of warning: the subject matter will make you feel tortuously hungry by the end of the walk. Maybe that was just me.

Up The Cally is a two-hour exploration of either side of Caledonian Road on 5 February, and All Change at King’s Cross covers the history and future for the station on 25 March.

Clare Hill

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Clare is a writer and editor who lived in King’s Cross for a decade. She is passionate about local history, transport and food. Contact Clare by commenting on her posts or go to
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