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The Ultimate Guide to Camden Town

Food, fashion, and fun. Camden Town is one the Europe’s most visited destinations and when you visit you’ll find out why. Camden Town is a large area, more than just the stretch from Camden Town underground station to the Stables Market that most people know about. Read about…

Watch this 1965 film about 28b Camden Street

A documentary released in 1965 is available to watch for free on the BFI website. It It’s titled ’28b Camden Street.’ In this moving documentary, a community of sculptors (and a potter) face crisis as their London NW1 studios are threatened with demolition. New community amenities are being…

The Twenty-First Century Vegan

Being a vegan is becoming easier than ever before, and more and more people are turning to this healthy way of life. Lucy Macieira tells her story about becoming a vegan and her favourite vegan restaurants in Camden Town. This year, it’ll be 14 years since I’ve been…

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Happy Birthday Camden Market

Camden Market celebrates another year of being awesome. Camden Market first opened its space to stalls on 30 March 1974. A small pop up market featuring just 16 stalls made its appearance. Many people have since visited Camden Market over the years as it has grown in size.…

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Which zone is Camden Town in?

Camden Town station is on the Northern Line, and fortunately it’s very easy to get to. Camden Town is in Zone 1 on the London Underground network. Get the tube, overground train, or the many bus routes to get there. If you fancy a walk it will take…

Famous crossing gets a makeover

The famous zebra crossing at Abbey Road Studios received a new lick of paint, taking advantage of less traffic during the lock-down period. The zebra crossing at Abbey Road became a London landmark when four musicians, called The Beatles, crossed the road while being photographed. The album, which…