It’s over but what a year… we really enjoyed it – and thanks to all for adding to the diversity of stalls, events, food, music, art.,performance…and for taking part. A local 8-year won the ‘Somers Town Now’ photo comp, Regent High School pupil Abrahym won the ‘People’s favourite’ + had a New Horizon highly commended winner. […]
Becki Seddiki (ex-Big Brother) will be at the Festival on the Main stage at 1pm…here’s You’re a Pest.
Great news for cyclists – Dr Bike will be at the festival! Children – are your bikes in a dreadful state? Bring them along to Dr Bike – he’ll fix them! And he’ll have some general information about Camden Cycling.. I’m sure adults bikes are not excluded! The local branch of the London Cycling Campaign – info about cycling in […]
Join us for a 3-day event of talks, walks, films and family activities next week. Somers Town: What future? features in this year’s London Festival of Architecture. Is Somers Town at a turning point? With HS2, CrossRail 2, the Housing bill, and the decision over the CIP plans imminent – with the possibility of luxury blocks encroaching on our parks – what […]
Win £180.00 and the chance to spend a day on a fashion photo shoot with a top ad agency! Somers Town is changing, and locals are invited to contribute to a photographic record of the changing face of this unique area of London. “We want locals to send in their view of their own neighbourhood. […]
To help you with inspiration for photos, here are some events: Wed 1st June 1pm – Meet Outside the Chalton Gallery with local mum and children Saturday 4th June 2pm Meet Outside the Chalton Gallery with local John Carroll Fridays artist in residence at Chalton Gallery – (this week at 3pm) Chalon Street Gallery is on Chalton […]
Win £180 in our Photo Competition! Only if you live in or attend school in Somers Town – you could win cash, and a day’s experience at a top Ad agency fashion photoshoot! And your photo could be in an exhibition. The judges are prestigious – the panel is from The Guardian, Central St Martin’s School of […]
At local restaurant Romance…Tony Rowe, Steve Denholm and John of the Mighty Caretakers.
OhGunquit! on the Bob Crow stage at the START festival in Somers Town NW1.