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Category Archives: King’s Cross People
From 2pm to 6pm on Sunday 5 June 2016 Mike Jackson (of the film ‘Pride‘ fame) will once again open his small plantsman’s garden to the public at 1 Battlebridge Court as part of the Barnsbury Group. Mike’s stunning garden … Continue reading
The Kings Cross based Atelier Tammam, more known for its outstanding ethical fashion and bridal ware have created a “Sustainable World Art Competition & Exhibition” here in Kings Cross,the first of its kind. Come and see the Public Exhibition: May … Continue reading
Judith Paris, founder of King’s Cross special enterprise group, Get More, has set up a Farm Drop in King’s Cross and will be hosting a taster evening this Friday. Farm Drop is a new way of buying food produced within … Continue reading
Local Bob Stuckey has got in touch with a lovely proposal to raise funds for plaque to put the King back into Kings Cross – Bob writes: ‘During his lifetime as Prince of Wales, Prince Regent and King George IV … Continue reading
Lovely film of Kings Cross legend, Dave Elvis from London Cares – who are funding people to make films about older folk. You can find Dave on Twitter and Facebook. The King is not dead, merely living in Kings Cross. … Continue reading
A Kings Cross resident and dad, together with dads from Primrose Hill, Kentish Town and Bloomsbury has started what might become one of London’s coolest chain gangs, fitted not only with a tool-set as much as with nappy bags and … Continue reading
Local community theatre organisation Y Touring based at the OneKX building on Judd St has completed stage one of a stunning photographic project and is looking for help with stage two. Stage one was taking portrait photos of local people; … Continue reading
Local activist Peter Tompkins owns St Pancras Clocktower and wants it to be used as a community asset. The stunning flat is ideal for smaller management committee or working group meetings. It’s a wonderful place to brainstorm and make plans. … Continue reading