By the end of the the First World War the world was in the grip of the Flu pandemic that was to claim millions of lives. Hornsey was no exception and suffered hundreds of losses.
An article by Eleri Rowlands
It is little known that that London suffered its first air raid not in World War Two, but just over one hundred years ago, in May 1915. Bombs were dropped not from planes but from the German Zeppelin airships. It is even less well known that ten years previous to that, a similar dirigible or directional air ship had taken off from Alexandra Palace.
By Lesley Ramm and Eleri Rowlands
This completely revised and updated edition of Ken Gay’s earlier work is a 24-page pocket-size booklet containing 42 colour and 3 black and white images and a useful route map.
By Eleri Rowlands and Lesley Ramm
This pocket-sized book replaces our earlier title Crouch End – A Walk.
By Eleri Rowlands
This new walk booklet replaces our popular 2003 publication, A Walk Around Muswell Hill, by Ken Gay.