The Independent London Newspaper
25th June 2017

Primrose Hill

    'Circle of life' talk for pupils after school chickens are killed

    Hinge and Bracket

    Published: 3 February, 2017
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    A HEADTEACHER has said his school is being frank with pupils over the sad death of its playground chickens in a ­suspected animal attack.

    Police say they will no longer punish cyclists riding on pavement in Primrose Hill... to make roads safer

    Sergeant Nick Clarke said it was time to understand what forced cyclists onto the pavement

    Published: 18 January, 2017
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    POLICE are to stop punishing cyclists who ride on the pavement in Primrose Hill – and instead investigate the conditions that led them to leave the road.

    Primrose Hill newsagent handed new alcohol licence

    Published: 21 November, 2016

    A PRIMROSE Hill newsagent has been granted permission to sell alcohol despite objections from neighbours worried that the change will lead to rowdy disturbances.

    Live from Primrose Hill Library, cinema audiences tune into Alan Bennett’s diaries talk

    After the broadcast:Alan Bennett with Marijke Good, the library’s chairwoman 

    Published: 17 November, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    A LIBRARY was awash with film crews last night (Wednesday) as a question and answer session with playwright Alan Bennett was broadcast live to cinema audiences across the country.

    Row over ‘tuck shop’ bid to sell wine and beer to boost business

    Princess News

    Princess News

    Published: 10 November, 2016
     

    A NEWSAGENT’S bid to secure an alcohol licence is at risk after neighbours warned that nuisance behaviour is on the rise in Primrose Hill.

    Ban on Chinese lanterns on Primrose Hill renewed

    Published: 23 October, 2016

    PARK bosses have sent out their annual reminder that flying Chinese lanterns are banned in Primrose Hill on fireworks night.

    Ban on Chinese lanterns on Primrose Hill renewed

    Published: 23 October, 2016

    PARK bosses have sent out their annual reminder that flying Chinese lanterns are banned in Primrose Hill on fireworks night.

    Labour is not split on immigration policy, says Corbyn's new shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer

    Keir Starmer is working with Jeremy Corbyn again

    Published: 12 October, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    HOLBORN and St Pancras MP Sir Keir Starmer has denied there is any major split within Labour over immigration policy after an eventful first week in his new role as shadow Brexit secretary.

    Benugo in line to seal Royal Parks deal to run new cafe on Primrose Hill

    Benugo pulled out of a plan to run cafes on Hampstead Heath earlier this year

    Published: 22 September, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    A TOILET block in Primrose Hill could soon be converted into a brand new café run by food chain Benugo.

    Primrose shrill! Park users are disturbed by fitness group

    Project Awesome participants high-fiving

    Project Awesome participants high-fiving

    Published: 12 August, 2016
    by ELLA JESSEL

    Primrose Hill resident appeals for return of Tuscan jug

    Published: 21 July, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    THE owner of a treasured water jug is appealing for its return after it was swiped from a wall outside their home.

    Families carried out of homes by firefighters after burst water main floods Primrose Hill

    Flooded roads earlier today

    Published: 8 July, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    FAMILIES had to be carried out of their homes by firefighters this morning after a major flood submerged a block of Primrose Hill flats in 15 feet of water.

    Homes evacuated as burst water main floods Primrose Hill

    The scene in Primrose Hill this morning

    Published: July 8, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    Over 35 firefighters and officers are dealing with a flooding following a burst water main on Avenue Rd in Primrose Hill.
     

    New bid to erect eruv boundary poles in Camden, Primrose Hill and Hampstead

    Architect Daniel Rosenfelder

    Published: 26 May, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    A GROUP of synagogues has applied to create a new Camden “eruv” – a series of poles connected by thin fishing wire which form a boundary for observant Jews.

    Secrets of broadcasting at the Beeb revealed as Joan Bakewell and Sue MacGregor interview each other

    Dame Joan Bakewell and Sue MacGregor at Cecil Sharp House to raise funds for the Primrose Hill Library (Pic: Lars Christiansen)

    Published: 12 May, 2016
    By DAN CARRIER

    FROM finding secret stashes of whisky at Broadcasting House, to accidentally asking a weatherman for his views on the budget, broadcasters Sue MacGregor and Dame Joan Bakewell entertained an audien