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Angela Inglis

With much sadness it is announced that Angela Inglis, author/editor of “King’s Cross: A Sense of Place”, died in October 2015. She will be greatly missed. Please click here to read her obituary in the Islington Tribune. A celebration of her life … Continue reading

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King’s Cross: A Sense of Place

King’s Cross: A Sense of Place By Angela Inglis with Nigel Buckner Published by Matador, July 2012, price: £19.95 King’s Cross: A Sense of Place celebrates the survival and rebirth of a small corner of historic London, thanks to the … Continue reading

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Book event at Food Lab – 4th November 2014

Click here for more photos of the book event which took place for King’s Cross: A Sense of Place on Tuesday 4th November 2014 at Food Lab in Islington. Archived invitation: You are invited to an evening book event for … Continue reading

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Event/talk at Housmans Bookshop – Saturday 8th Sept 2012

This event has finished – click here for the photos and report BOOK EVENT/TALK ‘King’s Cross: a sense of place’ with Angela Inglis 6:30pm, Saturday 8th September 2012 Housmans, Peace House, 5 Caledonian Road, London N1 9DX Entry: £3, redeemable … Continue reading

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