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 recently caught up with Jack Johal, manager of Blue Check, one of Wembley’s finest places to eat, to find out more about his business and what tasty delights are on offer this side of town.
We love volunteering our time to help the team with the variety of events and activities The Engine Room puts on and have recently been delighted to hear the team have welcomed Natalie from Korea who is working alongside them until next summer.
‘Remember remember the 5th November’ - Bonfire Night is just around the corner and as ever London will be staging some of the best displays you’ll see to light up the skies across the Boroughs.
Deptford Reach, part of Thames Reach, is celebrating 40 years of helping people in the borough of Lewisham escape homelessness.
This summer we have been enjoying working with the great team at Theatre Royal Stratford East to refurbish the Green Room, their backstage which is used by cast, creatives and staff all through the year.
September is one of the best months to be in London. The still long late summer days allow plenty of time to explore and what better place than Hoxton to really enjoy the London vibe.
The Engine Room is a church, community centre, café, nursery and hub of support for both the Ferry Lane and Tottenham Hale estates. We recently caught up with Maria Joseph, Church Community Worker at The Engine Room to find out more about her role.
Although Hoxton is now a well-established, lively and colourful neighbourhood, its cutting-edge style means that it is constantly evolving to embrace the next new trend, whether it’s a new bar, a pop-up restaurant or boutique shop