Children are reclaiming space on their streets in Islington. This is a sign of a healthy habitat in our urban neighbourhoods, Rachael explores why we should all support their newfound freedom right now.
As parents and carers, we know how worrying climate change is. How can we inform ourselves, talk to our children about it, decide what action to take. Find out on Saturday 12th November.
We began our Spring family walk in Kings Cross through the Cally, Barnsbury and St Marys. We discovered Spring flowers, historic buildings and secret walking routes along the way.
The sun was shining for our Winter family walk. We discovered interesting walkways and secret routes through Canonbury and St Mary’s before heading to a Parklet in St Peters.
This series of workshops provides the tools you need to take action in your daily life to protect and restore the environment.
ICAP together with Footways enjoying a family friendly Autumn walk though our precious green spaces and some people-friendly streets in Canonbury and Highbury.
Islington Together festival began with why climate change is a real problem for Islington and how the council plan to address it in partnership with the community.
We are running an event on Saturday 25 September (2-4PM) in Highbury Fields to celebrate Car Free Day, as part of our Unite the Fields campaign. There will be activities for all, including chalk, drawing, skipping, fun races, and more. The event takes place on Highbury Crescent, the road dividing the park, which has nowContinue reading “Highbury Fields Play Street event”