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Category Archives: King’s Cross People
Get Kings Cross History from this retired Coppa!
The Met Police get their fair share of bad press these days, but here is one coppa, who likes to give back to the community he served, by putting his memories of Kings Cross out in the open to the … Continue reading
Visit a beautiful local garden in the National Gardens Scheme
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
Posted in King's Cross People, New, Noticeboard, Things to do Tagged Gardening, Mike Jackson Leave a comment
Sustainable Art Exhibition: 16th- 19th May
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
Posted in Arts and Entertainment, King's Cross People, Local businesses, New Tagged Animal Welfare, Art, Kings Cross, Tammam Leave a comment
King’s Cross Farm Drop
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
Posted in Buy&Sell, Community stuff, Food and Drink, King's Cross People, New, Noticeboard Tagged Farm Drop, Get More, Judith Paris Leave a comment
Help Bob Stuckey create a plaque to commemorate George IV – the ‘King’ in Kings Cross
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
Posted in Architecture, King's Cross People, Kings Cross local history Tagged george iv, plaquq, wedgewood 5 Comments
Dave Elvis – Cally Legend
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
Posted in King's Cross People, Music Tagged cally road, dave elvis Leave a comment
London’s coolest chain gang?
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
Posted in Community groups, Community Health and Welfare, King's Cross People, New Tagged Cycling, cycling community Leave a comment
Y Touring and OneKX arts project needs help
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