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Obituary: Sally Fiber

6:42 pm, Tuesday, 5 September 2017

By Celine Hispiche I first met Sally Fiber in 2012 through our mutual friend Beth Saunders. Both Beth and myself were working on projects about Betty May the Tiger Woman, a bohemian muse who frequented Sally’s family pub ‘The Fitzroy Tavern’, 16 Charlotte Street, in [...]

The fox of Fitzroy Square

12:39 pm, Wednesday, 6 January 2016

By Guy O’Connell A wild animal again roams Fitzrovia. It is perhaps the largest untamed mammal seen ’round these parts since building started on the ancient hunting grounds we at FN call home. It has so far eluded capture on camera, despite the best efforts of [...]

Exploring St Ives

10:14 am, Monday, 11 August 2014

By Beryl Burton I wish someone had told me just how beautiful St Ives is: when the sun shines. I would have gone there long ago. As it is, it took me until June this year to discover for myself why it is called the English Riviera. I arrived at St Ives station early [...]

Obituary: May Hamilton-Eddy

8:48 pm, Wednesday, 18 June 2014

By Patrick Hamilton-Eddy May Geraldine Hamilton-Eddy was born on 15 May 1919 in Streatham, the daughter of the Revd. Charles Chaloner Lindsey OBE and May Lindsey. Her father had served as an army chaplain throughout World War I and subsequently was appointed vicar of Little [...]

See Red Women’s Workshop

7:12 am, Wednesday, 12 June 2013

By Sue Blundell ‘The State and Sexist Advertising Cause Illness’; ‘Fight the Cuts’; ‘The Freedom of the Press Belongs to Those who Control the Press’. Though these rallying cries may seem completely relevant today, they in fact appeared on posters created in [...]