Bryn Williams and his team at Odette's Restaurant, taking an alfresco moment.
There’s never a dull moment in Primrose Hill, and this September has been as packed as ever. Click on the gallery below to enjoy the highlights!
Sue Perkins, one of the celebrity judges at the PupAid dog show 2014. Photo by Julia Claxton.
PupAid rolled into Primrose Hill to share Marc the Vet’s anti puppy-farming message.
Golden Retrievers on parade at PupAid
Loving my VIP rosette!
Children’s author Lauren Child signed copies of her new book at the library.
The guerrilla gardener of Erskine Road was hard at work….
The Primrose Hill Community Choir swung back into their rhythm after the summer break.
Just the corner for a gossip…
September sunrise over the rooftops.
It’s still summer in the Avenue Gardens, Regents Park.
On my way to five a day at the Greenberry
Tomato Soup at the Greenberry
The most amazing figs at the Greenberry Cafe
The Greenberry’s couscous salad.
Jack O’Shea’s butcher’s shop finally opened
A corn-fed chicken erady for roasting – a tasty bird in the kitchen!
Candles and wine, lovely L’Absinthe.
A rose is still a rose on Regent’s Park Road, even in late September.
Natalie Allen of Sweet Things with her award-winning scones; their also won an award for their hot chocolate.
You’ll always find runners hard at it in Primrose Hill, whatever the time of day.
Bryn Williams and his team at Odette’s Restaurant, taking an alfresco moment.
A warm and mellow evening on the hill.
Frieze offers four days of public access in October, but restrictions to the park have darted and will last for more than five weeks.
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