Latest news and pieces..

  • A Christmas Drink with the Neighbours co-hosted by Sadie Frost & friends
    Long time Primrose Hill resident Sadie Frost is hosting a Christmas fundraiser for Neighbourhood Nosh. Tickets are currently only available to members.
  • Open House Events
    Check out our upcoming free weekly Open House events, open to all.
  • Update on Community Sunday Bar
    We are actively looking to restart the Sunday Bar at the Primrose Hill Community Centre, there will be an update in December.
  • Primrose Hill Walks – Famous but no blue plaque
    24 November. This week’s theme will centre on Famous Residents who don’t have a plaque, like archaeologist Jacquetta Hawkes, Kingsley Amis, Tallulah Bankhead and more.
  • Hopkinson’s Bar – Primrose Bar open Friday
    We’re pleased to be opening Hopkinson’s Bar to Primrose Hill Community Association members on Friday 26 November from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm.
  • Coat Drive at The Albert
    Donate your winter coats to those in need!
  • Primrose Hill Walk—Lichens in Regent’s Park
    The walk 17th November will be led by Amanda Waterfield who was ‘Lichen Recorder’ for London for 10 years, and has seen how climate change alters nature around us.
  • COP26 Season
    The Primrose Hill Community Association is doing its bit to support this agenda, by holding a series of COP26 related events…
  • COP26 Debrief
    Join us online on 17 November at 7pm for a Cop26 Debrief with Fran van Dijk
  • Primrose Hill Walks – Hidden Primrose Hill
    3 November – This walk will take us to some parts of the neighbourhood that we don’t (or can’t) usually walk, including a gated mews
  • Car Free Cities – Desirable? Possible? Essential?
    9 November – in person and on Zoom. How can we make our cities more liveable with clean air and safe streets?
  • Hopkinson’s Bar – Reopening 22nd October
    We are excited to be finally be re-opening Hopkinson’s Bar to Primrose Hill Community Association members on Friday 22 October from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm.
  • Primrose Hill Walks – Primrose Hill Shop History
    On Wednesday 13 October Line Cooper, author of Windows On The Past, will lead a Primrose Hill Shop History walk.
  • Adelaide Road HS2 Consultation
    The picture below is of the view of the new HS2 shaft head which is being built on the North side of the railway and will be visible from our side of the tracks. Camden have made various suggestions and we think you might like to as well – BUT it needs to be done
  • Moth I.D Walk
    This weeks walk is a Moth Identification walk leaving from Primrose Hill going to Regent’s Park
  • The Boy from Boskovice
    A talk by Vicky Unwin at the Community Centre and as a zoom meeting
  • Obituary – Sarah Huddart (nee Bain)
    Obituary – Sarah Huddart (nee Bain) who ran amateur dramatics at the community centre
  • Regent’s Park Dog Map
    Find out where you are and aren’t allowed to walk your dog in Regent’s Park.
  • Moth Identification in Regent’s Park
    Moth Identification in Regent’s Park on 23 July with Mission Invertebrate
  • Art Trail 2021 Review & Photos
    The 2nd Primrose Hill Art Trail took place on Sunday 13 June in beautiful sunshine. Over 60 artists, photographers and ceramicists exhibited their works in places visible from the street, or indeed in the street. 453 people downloaded the online map, and 150 paper versions were given out. Children’s creative activities in Chalcot Square were super
  • Ukulele for beginners
    Fancy learning a musical instrument? The ukulele is one of the easiest string instruments around. This free class will have you playing your favourite songs in no time!
  • Covid 19 Home Test Kits
    Covid 19 Home Test Kits Lateral Flow test kits available for pick up from 7 June
  • Open House: June Programme
    Dr David Morgan resumes his talks on Spanish art, a focus on great modern artist Picasso OR try out the ukulele
  • We are hiring: Part-time Administrator
    A wonderful opportunity to work in the lively office of a thriving community centre in the heart of Primrose Hill. You will be an integral part of all the work that takes place in this strong local community.
  • Concert for the Homeless – Livestream
    London Classical Choir Concert for the Homeless – Livestream, 29 May in aid of St Mary’s Homeless Shelter and Crisis
  • Mental Health Awareness Week Resources Page
    Find out about mental health resources and help
  • Laptops and Devices
    Old laptops wanted for refurbishment and distribution to vulnerable groups.
  • Mental Health Awareness Week 2021
    During the week of 10-16 May join us for one or all of our mental health awareness events
  • Primrose Hill Art Trail – 13 June 2021
    On 13 June you will be able to view the work of local artists on the streets of Primrose Hill…
  • Community Centre re-opens on 19 April
    We are pleased to announce that the Primrose Hill Community Centre will re-open for more activities on 19 April. Until then the centre is closed apart from Ready Steady Go nursery classes, Narcotics Anonymous and our Neighbourhood Nosh project and temporary foodbank provision. We are also pleased to be able to tell you that Primrose Hill

Last Updated on 17th October 2021 by Jason