FAMILY carers with relatives suffering from dementia have been told celebrations over the saving of a treasured care centre may prove shortlived.
EXPLORING the north London canal network used to be a question of strolling down towpaths, avoiding potholes and trying to ignore the litter and rubbish floating past.
HE was a young father from Somers Town, trying to make ends meet in Depression-era London.
IMAGINE being sent abroad, away from your parents, as a child. Imagine fleeing a war in your home country, with a sibling to look after.
AN extraordinary life of writing, publishing, love affairs and one shattering disappointment was outlined by Diana Athill at a Lifelines evening at Burgh House on Thursday.
A REMARKABLE archive of primary and secondary school histories has opened to the public in the Institute of Education, Bloomsbury.
DOES any reader know why the corner site of Kingsway College in Gray’s Inn Road, King’s Cross, was once known as Cat’s Meat Square?