Eleven HHS members and friends took part in an enjoyable walk round Stroud Green on October 30th, starting at Finsbury Park Station.
Bounds Green – A History and Walk is a book is about a less well-known, but nevertheless interesting, corner of Haringey. Initially the area was a rural hamlet which later became a cosmopolitan residential district of Wood Green.
Crouch End -Four Walks is a pocket-sized book which replaces our earlier title Crouch End – A Walk.
Hampstead Heritage Trail is one of a new series of booklets describing a 15-mile walk through London’s Northern Heights from Camden Town to Alexandra Palace.
This book of four walks was first published in 1989 and has been through several revisions and print runs such is its popularity. The latest revision is the work of Ruth Hazeldine, a long standing resident of Highgate and office/member of HHS for many years. The four walks cover the sites of historic importance and full descriptions are given of the origin and history of the buildings.
Hornsey Village – A Walk is a completely revised and updated edition of Ken Gay’s earlier work is a 24-page pocket-size booklet. It contains 42 colour and 3 black and white images and a useful route map.
Muswell Hill – Four Walks is a new walk booklet that replaces our popular 2003 publication, A Walk Around Muswell Hill, by Ken Gay.
This book is published in a new format in which local historian Ken Gay illustrates his account of Muswell Hill’s unfolding story.
Stroud Green – A History and Five Walks is in a new format. The book describes the growth and development of Stroud Green from a wet and marshy wasteland in mediaeval times to the present-day cosmopolitan suburb.