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The people fighting elderly loneliness in Islington

February 11, 20180

Being lonely at an elderly age is something few people can afford to be, after some scientific studies have suggested loneliness to be as damaging to health as smoking or being severely
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The Queen is coming to Islington

December 4, 20170

The Queen will be guest of honour at an Islington church this week, along with soprano Katherine Jenkins and Baroness Floella Benjamin, for a special recording of BBC’s Song of
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Radical history of Islington: why Clerkenwell is the place where Russian Revolution Centenary is to be celebrated

November 6, 20170

A century ago on the 25 October, the October Revolution, an event that changed the world irreversibly, took place in Petrograd, Russian Empire. Now, the 100th anniversary of the October
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First Islington Vegan Market to launch this Sunday in Holloway

November 4, 20170

Islington is ready to launch its first vegan market at Nag’s Head, in Seven Sisters Road,  on Sunday 5th November. Ten traders have already joined the market, which will feature
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VIDEO: UK’s largest performing arts horror festival returns to Islington

October 31, 20170

Shoutout to all horror fans out there! Still thinking of ways to make the most of the spookiest night of the year? Then you’re in for a special treat: the
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How to ‘Halloween’ in Islington

October 29, 20170

Halloween is upon us. As ghouls and ghosts come out to play, Islington looks towards a weekend full of spookery. But for those of us running a bit late with
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Valentines Day for One

February 8, 20160

Who said that Valentine’s Day is worth celebrating only if you have a date? Not being in a relationship shouldn’t be a good reason to miss out on the most romantic
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Bright Lights, Big City: Islington Contemporary Art and Design Fair 2015

November 27, 20150

  On a windswept November weekend, the Candid Galleries – one of the largest independent contemporary art spaces in the city – played host to the Islington Contemporary Art and
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Pride in London 2015 – but is the capital still in the closet?

June 25, 20150

London is renowned as one of the most diverse, tolerant and buzzing capitals of the world. This week, the city will come alive with rainbow flags, music and festivity as over
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How about a drink after work … in the office?

May 22, 20150

A bar at the office, open spaces and sofas galore. These are just some of the ideas for adapting the office to the needs of generation Y. According to Grant
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