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King’s Cross: A Sense of Place

King’s Cross: A Sense of Place By Angela Inglis with Nigel Buckner Published by Matador, July 2012, price: £19.95 King’s Cross: A Sense of Place celebrates the survival and rebirth of a small corner of historic London, thanks to the … Continue reading

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Book event at Food Lab – 4th November 2014

Click here for more photos of the book event which took place for King’s Cross: A Sense of Place on Tuesday 4th November 2014 at Food Lab in Islington. Archived invitation: You are invited to an evening book event for … Continue reading

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Speaking at the Cally Festival 2013

We will be at the Cally Festival again on Sunday 8th September! Come and listen to Angela Inglis, Randal Keynes, Norma Steel and Nigel Buckner talking about King’s Cross: A Sense of Place and the campaigns that saved the Cally … Continue reading

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