Communities are what make neighbourhoods so special, and here are the latest stories about what’s been happening in the areas Anthology has made home.
We all begin the New Year with great intentions to make a fresh start, whether it’s to eat more healthily, get exercising, embrace a more mindful approach, decrease stress or maybe just try out something new.
It’s the New Year, a new decade even, so we’re probably all hoping to achieve a new goal or two.
January always feels like a new beginning, a chance to make a fresh start, try some new hobbies and push the boundaries, whether it’s decluttering, getting healthier or learning a new skill.
Barham Community Library opened after the public library, which had served the local community since 1952, closed in 2011.
The New Year and with January well under way, a time when we all like to make a fresh start, get fitter, try something a bit different or just create some more me-time.
Sufra NW London is more than a food bank and kitchen although this service still sits at the heart of the services since being set up six years ago in South Kilburn.
Where would we be without Christmas decorations? We all love decorating the home in time for welcoming guests during the festive season and this annual tradition only adds to the family memories created each year.
Stratford Mill, the name given to our latest London development was inspired by its surroundings and history, as are all the Anthology London developments. So, where did Anthology draw inspiration?