About Fitzrovia News
To inform and entertain the people living or working in the London neighbourhood of Fitzrovia.
Fitzrovia News is written and produced by volunteers who live or work in Fitzrovia. Content is controlled by a team of editors. Articles are either written by individuals or a collective of writers and editors.
We cover all aspects of life in Fitzrovia with news and features about housing, business, environment, people, events, history and culture.
We hold public editorial meetings at 7.00pm on the first Tuesday of every month at the Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association, 39 Tottenham Street, London W1T 4RX.
We are a non-profit, hyperlocal and community newspaper produced in print four times a year and regular news articles online.
Fitzrovia News is published by the Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association (registered charity no. 1111649). If you would like to donate some money to help us, please visit our donate page where you can make a donation easily and securely online.
If you want to get in touch, or submit a story use the contact page.
We print at least 5,000 copies and distribute to homes and businesses throughout Fitzrovia: from Great Portland Street in the west, to Gower Street and Bloomsbury Street in the East, and from the Euston Road in the north, to Oxford Street and New Oxford Street in the south.
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History of Fitzrovia News
A community newspaper called The Tower was started in 1973 by a small group of activists as a free community newspaper but ceased publication at the end of 1979. In 1980 the Fitzrovia News was born, supported by the Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association, and has been published more or less four times a year ever since. In 2009 a selection of news stories are published online in this WordPress.com news blog. Since June 2010 Fitzrovia News has been included in Google News and from October 2014 in Bing News. Since November 2015 some articles also appear on BBC London Live. There is an article on Fitzrovia News at Wikipedia.
We have an archive of all The Tower and Fitzrovia News.