Where To Pick Up Your Free Kentishtowner – In Print

Thanks to everyone who popped by The Grafton yesterday evening – we shifted hundreds of copies, with eager readers snapping …


Thanks to everyone who popped by The Grafton yesterday evening – we shifted hundreds of copies, with eager readers snapping up several at a time. And a big sloppy kiss to all of you who tweeted such nice things.

Feverishly devouring the first copies last night
Feverishly devouring the first edition

A must-grab (we hope) for regulars and newcomers alike, the monthly 16 page tabloid-sized paper includes a mix of popular features and new additions like our columnists Esther Walker and TV presenter Rick Edwards.

Today we’ve been distributing like crazy all day so if you’re quick over the weekend you’ll be able to pick up a FREE copy at these select outlets.

Don’t worry if your favourite place isn’t listed – just let us know and we can probably swing by with our few remaining copies ASAP. Enjoy!

Cafes & Restaurants

Pizza East The Fields Beneath Arancini Brothers Mario’s Cafe The Wine Cellar Doppio Cafe Cafe Rustique Kalendar Houspresso Truffles Deli Delicious By Franco Kentish Canteen E.Mono Map Cafe

Shops, Libraries & Galleries

Eeenymeeny Future & Found Phoenicia Harrington & Squire Harry’s Fine Foods Owl Bookshop Flaxon Ptootch Oskar Pink Zabludowicz Collection Camden Lock Market Kentish Town Library


The Grafton Southampton Arms Colonel Fawcett Tufnell Park Tavern Junction Tavern Bull & Last The Star Dartmouth Arms The Vine The Pineapple The Oxford Bull & Gate Assembly House Lion & Unicorn Abbey Tavern Camden Brewery Tapping The Admiral Hawley Arms Lock Tavern


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  • Nigel Smith (@nigelcsmith)

    Lovely. I’ll pick one up on my way home.

  • Tessa Crockett

    Well done all of you.. shall pick up my copy from Arancini’s or the Abbey..

    • Kentishtowner

      Great to hear! Both key stockists so should be plenty there.

  • Nick

    What about Queens Crescent library? And a few other places in West KT?


    • Jack

      I agree. I think more focus on Queens Crescent area in general might give a more balanced representation of Nw5. Great work taking the step into print!

  • Rob

    I agree too, more focus on Queens Crescent, and not just to refer to the areas around the city farm as “London’s most deprived”! A brilliant paper though, well done.

  • Kentishtowner

    Thanks for the feedback. It’s now stocked in Queen’s Crescent Library and Talacre Sports Centre, and will shortly be in the City Farm. Don’t forget it’s in Map, Brewery and the Admiral too. If you’re a regular reader you’ll know we are absolute torch-bearers for Queen’s Crescent (both editors have lived in the area for years). Here’s a history we published last year, for example, and there’ll be lots of QC in forthcoming issues: http://www.kentishtowner.co.uk/2012/09/19/wednesday-picture-a-brief-history-of-queens-crescent/

  • Dean

    You can pick a copy from Torriano too.