The days are getting colder and shorter – as if you need us to tell you that. So in this month’s new issue, free as ever, we check out some charitable initiatives working to support those most in need. And seeing as it’s the season of giving, we ﬁnd out how we can all get involved too.
First up is FoodCycle’s Matt Fazal, who ﬁlls us in on their efforts to reduce social isolation and food waste; we then join a demo outside Camden Council’s recent debate on rough sleeping, talking to local grassroots activists and organisations working tirelessly to ensure that this shouldn’t happen again.
Elsewhere we find out why talented musician Catching Flies shot his latest short ﬁlm in Kentish Town, hear how King’s Cross radical bookshop Housmans is unique in the capital – and chat to the founders of the Camden Watch Company on why they named their time-pieces after local bus routes. We even try out a cocktail-making masterclass at Dartmouth Park upstairs speakeasy Sacred.
Pick up a copy while stocks last below.