The 2020 HHS Bulletin

…figures on the newel posts in Cromwell House, Highgate, to the nineteenth century in David Winskill’s history of the Freemans, a very well-known North London baking family, up to the…

Memories of Weston Park Shopping Parade

David Winskill outside the family shop in 1963 HHS member David Winskill shares his memories of the Weston Park shopping parade in the early 1960s. If it jogs any of…

The 2019 HHS BULLETIN

…800 people died in consequence of it. Shorter Articles Among the shorter articles David Frith details the completion of the parade of shops on Muswell Hill Broadway. David Winskill contributes…

A Goldmine of Memories

David Winskill reviews “Memories of Tenants of Margaret Hill House” Margaret Hill House on Middle Lane has always brought to mind a large German Schloss! I think that is because…

Haringey Local History Fair

…this, HHS’s David Winskill will be giving a talk on the story of the Freeman Family, north bakers for 200 years, who own Dunn’s bakers in Crouch End. Films During…

The 2021 HHS Bulletin

…Edmondson) of Lauderdale House in Jane Austen’s time, enlivened by extracts from the letters of some of the family who lived there, the second part of David Winskill’s history of…

“Paul the Paper” leaves Crouch End

…life. Farewell comrades …. And Up the Gunners!!! David Winskill The Hornsey Historical Society is keen to hear from any of Paul’s thousands of customers: if you have any memories…

Mayor marks 50th anniversary of the HHS

…Bulletin Editor were outside to welcome them and Publications Committee member David Winskill was there to capture the image for posterity. Read all about it in the Ham and High….

The 2022 HHS Bulletin

…HHS, who have done so much towards the production of this Bulletin, especially Janet Owen and David Winskill, without whose valiant efforts it would not have come to fruition. Patrick…