Step into any of the many outlets listed below from today and once again you’ll be able to pick up our February issue – for absolutely nada. This time we’ve increased stock in most of the local newsagents, too, so you can pick up a copy with the paper.
What’s new this month? With weekly stories of pub closures across both the neighbourhood and the capital as a whole, we celebrate the local boozer in all its shapes and forms. We track down the publican who’s been running a West Kentish Town community hub for 43 years – and, at the opposite end of the spectrum, meet the three lads who’ve taken the helm of the Rose & Crown. And in between, over six pages, landlords and managers of many of the best-loved watering holes in four postcodes tell us their best (and worst) bits.
But if boozers aren’t your thing, don’t worry: there are all the usual sections, including a Q&A with a most interesting new ‘barlon’ on Kentish Town Road, a review of Camden’s hot new chippie, and early tips from the ‘High-heeled Gardener’ to make the most of your outside space.
Kentishtowner in print is now available FREE at key pubs, bars, shops and cafes in eight London postcodes: N1, N1C, NW1, N6, N7, NW5, N19, and NW3 (see map and list below).
Our sister title Gasholder will be back in print from later this month as a standalone title – in the meantime don’t forget we publish regularly online here