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Everyone has a story. Are things getting better? Or is the world a much worse place? Here’s how NCVO-based Giselle Green is helping charities and social enterprises find Constructive Voices to share their solutions. Interview by Nicola Baird. Photos by Kimi Gill Anyone working in NCVO’s building by Regents Canal,…
Everyone has a story. Not everyone is aware that Islington is one of the most unequal places in the country. Here Helen Kersley explains what this means, and how Islington Giving is trying to turn this situation around by supporting local community organisations and bringing local residents, businesses, voluntary groups…
Everyone has a story. Could you help a dog-lover play ball with her disability dog? Or figure out a way for a paralysed rugby player to get his sports wheelchair back into the car? Or devise a clever device that could change the life of someone who uses a wheelchair? That’s…
Everyone has a story. Who loves the canal or has been on a boat in Islington? Skipper Lorraine Fox talks about life in the City Road Basin, one of Islington’s largest outdoor spaces. Interview by Nicola Baird. Photos by Kimi Gill. Back in 1985 Lorraine Fox came to Islington expecting…
Everyone has a story. When did you last talk to a neighbour? For Val Henney, who works part time as a Good Neighbourhood Coordinator, neighbourliness has become a way of life. Here she explains how simple neighbourliness is helping people on the New River Green Estate and Peabody King’s Cross…
Everyone has a story. Anyone can sign claims Barnsbury’s Michael Waldron who has just taken over the job as conductor with Islington Choral Society. Interview by Nicola Baird. Photos by Kimi Gill “There’s a real mix of people in Islington – everyone who lives and works here is interesting,” says…
Everyone has a story. For the past 70 years Islingtonians have turned to The Great Health Clinic, on the edge of the Marquess Estate, when they’ve overdone their training or just feel sore. Here Natalie Simpkin talks about this family-run Islington business. Interview by Nicola Baird. Photos by Kimi Gill.…
Everyone has a story. Mick Fitzgerald was just five-years-old when he was sent from Limerick to join his parents in London. His new home was 34 White Lion Street and he wasn’t impressed. Now 66, and living in Essex, he’s enjoying recalling the old days. Follow this short circular walk…
 Everyone has a story. Will you be shouting ‘hao’ (bravo) when the China National Peking Opera Company performs A River All Red and The Phoenix Returns Home at Sadler’s Wells Theatre from 21-25 October? Here Kevin Zhang from Sinolink, which has brought the show to London, talks Peking opera. Q&A by Nicola…
 Everyone has a story. There’s something delightful about seeing dog walkers. Meet Anna McCracken, who runs It’s A Dog’s Life. Every week she walks dogs more than 135km (83 miles) around Islington. Q&A by Nicola Baird.  Q: Where do you live? I’ve lived in Islington for five years now, I…
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