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The marvellous arts and environment community organisation Cally Arts has been working hard, in partnership with the Canals and Rivers Trust and Islington Council, to take care of the towpath from Maiden Lane (York Way) bridge to the Islington Tunnel. … Continue reading
The majority of street trees in the north east section of King’s Cross are there because of the endeavors of one man, John Ashwell. John fundraised for the trees and liaised with Islington Council’s tree team to survey planting pits, … Continue reading
Environment and arts charity King’s Cross Community Projects ran their first street tree maintenance day on Sunday 19 January where they were joined by volunteers from the local community. They covered the north east quarter of King’s Cross. The staff … Continue reading
Sunday 19th January 2014 is Tree Maintenance Day for everybody living in the north east of King’s Cross (the area between York Way, the Canal, The Cally, Killick St and Pentonville Rd. King’s Cross Community Projects would like to invite … Continue reading