Your walking guide to local culture
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Wherever you live in London you are never far away from water, below the surface lie tunnels, piping, wells, railways, sewers the list goes on all this hidden infrastructure was created by the lost rivers of London. Hampstead Heath is the source Of three rivers. The Fleet, Tyburn and Kilburn…
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Hampstead has a literary history that takes some beating and what better way of getting around than tracking down its literary greats, take in the village atmosphere, breathe in the fresh air , look up at the church steeples, wander in the narrow courtyards and curving streets.
There are over 75 plaques in Hampstead around half of which are the blue (formerly brown) round plaques erected by English Heritage, the Society of Arts, London County Council and Greater London Council. The other half are the distinctive black oval Hampstead plaques of The Heath & Hampstead Society.
Romantic poets such as Keats, Shelley, Byron and Coleridge all lived in Hampstead or nearby, as did the writers Robert Louis Stevenson, H. G. Wells, D. H. Lawrence, J. B. Priestley and the landscape artist John Constable.
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Here it is the essential topics and agendas that came up on the radar this week
Sounds Fun celebrating the life of a Star
Our favourite market in full swing…
The Sun is proving very popular on the Hill
It is going to take a collective effort to save the High Street
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The Sun is proving very popular at the moment
Camden New Journal @NewJournal Apr 4 Urgent fundraising dive for legal fight against deportation of Stoly Jankovic http://camdennewjournal.com/article/stoly-jankovic-fundraising-drive-to-cover-legal-fight-against-deportation … #savestoly pic.twitter.com/DRAfCAHpEW
This is a popular member of the community let him remain so!!!!!