Channing was founded in 1885 as a school for the daughters of Unitarian Ministers and others. To this day, Channing remains an independent school for girls aged 4-18 years, split across […]
Throughout the Festival, keep your eye out for Highgate Stories – storyboards around the area that share interesting tales from Highgate’s history.
Lawrence Scott, FRSL, the award winning local author from Trinidad & Tobago will be in conversation with Nicole Rachelle-Moore, cultural consultant with the George Padmore Institute, and reading from his […]
This is your chance to hear more about nearly 20 of the remarkable women honoured with a plaque, some details about their lives and the contribution they all made to […]
Long before the East End, Golders Green, Hendon, and Edgware were centres of London Jewish life, Highgate boasted its own thriving Jewish community. Long-term Highgate resident Peter Walton will lead […]
Highgate New Town was one of the most ambitious housing schemes built by Camden Council in the 1970s. Pioneering first borough architect, Sydney Cook, believed that nothing was too good for the […]
This gentle walk takes in three of the most spectacular ghost signs in our corner of North London. These hand painted signs are so wonderfully evocative of an earlier era. […]
This event is now sold out. Long before the East End, Golders Green, Hendon, and Edgware were centres of London Jewish life, Highgate boasted its own thriving Jewish community. Long-term […]