“People’s backyards are much more interesting than their front gardens”, the master of observation once wrote. Keats Library hosts and Michael Palin and Lee Montague celebrate the life and work of this humble genius. The evening promises to be as humourous as it is enlightening, just like Betjeman himself.
When is a phone box not a phone box? When a clever husband and wife team get their hands on it. In 2015, Umar Khalid and Alona Guerra were considering a coffee stall in London’s Portobello Street when a Facebook advert caught their eye.
Camden’s Jewish Museum and Edgware’s Burnt Oak Church join campaign to find donor match for Lara.
The mother of the student at the centre of an international campaign to find a rare stem cell donor, is urging people to attend donor drives in North West London this weekend. She hopes to find a life-saving match for her daughter and help other patients in urgent need of a transplant. The Jewish Museum in Camden and the Burnt Oak Annunication Church in Edgware are both holding special events on Sunday.
Property Divas sponsors the “Winter Wonderland” Venue – Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel.
We Divas are delighted to be supporting the Hampstead Festival event again this year by sponsoring the ‘Winter Wonderland’ venue which the Rosslyn Hill Chapel have generously allowed to be used to house “Santa’s Winter Wonderland Grotto”, “The Mystical Fairies”, “The Art Competition” organised by the Hampstead School of Art, The Community Market, Face Painting and many more children’s activities. Continue reading