Pretty much all the trees are in full leaf now and the most advanced have gone beyond bloom and are beginning to fruit, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.
I imagine I am not the only journalist who has mixed feelings about the idea of a second General Election.
Seeking a chance for quiet reflection after the awful news of Saturday night, I decided to investigate some of the gardens participating in the National Garden Scheme, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.
Tim Sayer, Battledean Road, Highbury, writes:
I deliver leaflets for the Greens and need to negotiate this gate.
The story of what vicar Eugene Fitzpatrick did to two children is appalling.
So too are the testimonies in the final part of our series on the Islington kids’ homes scandal.
I notice work to replace the water main that burst at the Angel last year started in April and is going to take some five months, writes Mr J E Kirby, Clissold Crescent, Stoke Newington.
As I’m writing this, campaigning for the General Election has been suspended in the wake of Monday night’s atrocity in Manchester.
This beautiful ceanothus graces our neighbours’ garden in Battledean Road, writes Tim Sayer, Battledean Road, Highbury.
People who pay forensic attention to newspaper design might have spotted that we’ve had a small clean-up.
Mildmay Festival of Nature took place over the weekend, London’s “first dedicated festival of nature”, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.
Enjoy the Islington Gazette e-edition today
Read the Education and Training e-edition today