North East London hyperlocal portal Sunday 20 August 2017
Advanced
sponsor

Shoreditch area news

A-level results: It’s Cambridge for Ciaran at Green Spring Academy Shoreditch 

17 Aug

Teenager Ciaran Constable will become the first Green Spring Academy Shoreditch to secure a place at Cambridge.


John Howard Centre patient Sanchez Edwards admits robbery of 92-year-old woman in Hoxton street 

15 Aug

Breaking News: John Howard Centre patient Sanchez Edwards admits robbery of 92-year-old woman in Hoxton street 42 minutes ago Sam Gelder --> A violent drug addict has admitted robbing a 92-year-old woman in Hoxton after absconding from the John ...


Drug addict who dragged pensioner, 92, along ground in Hoxton robbery is facing jail 

15 Aug

A violent drug addict arrested in Bethnal Green two weeks after dragging a 92-year-old woman along the pavement during a robbery in broad daylight is facing jail.


John Howard Centre patient Sanchez Edwards admits robbery of 92-year-old woman in Hoxton street 

15 Aug

A violent drug addict has admitted robbing a 92-year-old woman in Hoxton after absconding from the John Howard Centre while on unescorted leave.


Rapper Prof Green set for gig in Shoreditch for Royal London trauma research 

15 Aug

Rap performer Professor Green puts on a one-off gig next month to raise funds for trauma research and care at the Royal London Hospital.


Old Street cycle death: Rider Charlie Alliston, 20, to stand trial over death of Kim Briggs, 44, in Hoxton 

14 Aug

Old Street cycle death: Rider Charlie Alliston, 20, to stand trial over death of Kim Briggs, 44, in Hoxton 18 minutes ago Emily Pennink --> The trial of a cyclist accused of running over and killing a mother-of-two in Old Street begins today.


Old Street cycle death: Rider Charlie Alliston, 20, to stand trial over death of Kim Briggs, 44, in Hoxton 

14 Aug

Old Street cycle death: Rider Charlie Alliston, 20, to stand trial over death of Kim Briggs, 44, in Hoxton 54 minutes ago Emily Pennink --> The trial of a cyclist accused of running over and killing a mother-of-two in Old Street begins today.


Old Street cycle death: Rider Charlie Alliston, 20, to stand trial over death of Kim Briggs, 44, in Hoxton 

14 Aug

The trial of a cyclist accused of running over and killing a mother-of-two in Old Street begins today.


Teenagers wanting to kickstart their careers are planning a Geffrye Museum take-over in Shoreditch 

12 Aug

Teenagers wanting to kickstart their careers are planning a Geffrye Museum take-over in Shoreditch 29 minutes ago Mike Brooke --> Teenagers are planning a take-over at east London’s historic Geffrye Museum for an evening which could help kick-start...


Teenagers wanting to kickstart their careers are planning a Geffrye Museum take-over in Shoreditch 

11 Aug

Teenagers are planning a take-over at east London’s historic Geffrye Museum for an evening which could help kick-start their careers in the arts.


CCTV released by police after late-night stabbing in Shoreditch 

11 Aug

CCTV released by police after late-night stabbing in Shoreditch 32 minutes ago Sam Gelder --> A late-night argument in Shoreditch resulted in a man lying in hospital after being stabbed.


CCTV released by police after late-night stabbing in Shoreditch 

11 Aug

A late-night argument in Shoreditch resulted in a man lying in hospital after being stabbed.


Hundreds of private parking spaces on ‘car-free’ Haggerston West estate being sold to new buyers at £120 a month 

10 Aug

Hundreds of private parking spaces on ‘car-free’ Haggerston West estate being sold to new buyers at £120 a month 29 minutes ago Sam Gelder --> Families who were moved off their estate for eight years while it was rebuilt returned to find almost ...


Hundreds of private parking spaces on ‘car-free’ Haggerston West estate being sold to new buyers at £120 a month 

10 Aug

Families who were moved off their estate for eight years while it was rebuilt returned to find almost all the parking spaces had been sold off to private owners – who aren’t even meant to have cars.


LGBT campaigners victorious as Joiners Arms saved from demolition 

10 Aug

The Joiners Arms in Shoreditch.


Hoxton charity Solar Aid wins responsible business award for selling solar-powered lights 

7 Aug

Hoxton charity Solar Aid wins responsible business award for selling solar-powered lights 22 minutes ago Emma Bartholomew --> A social enterprise set up by a Hoxton charity to sell solar lights in Africa has won a prize for being a pioneering “...


Hoxton charity Solar Aid wins responsible business award for selling solar-powered lights 

7 Aug

A social enterprise set up by a Hoxton charity to sell solar lights in Africa has won a prize for being a pioneering “responsible business”.


Shoreditch neighbours drop objections to The Stage’s all-day booze licence 

6 Aug

Shoreditch neighbours drop objections to The Stage’s all-day booze licence 42 minutes ago Emma Bartholomew --> Neighbours dropped their concerns about an all-day drinks and entertainment licence for the sales suite marketing The Stage after a ...


Haggerston charity worker’s desperate plea to fly mum’s body home after she dies on holiday in Turkey 

2 Aug

Updated: Haggerston charity worker’s desperate plea to fly mum’s body home after she dies on holiday in Turkey 32 minutes ago Mike Brooke --> A grief-stricken family are crowdfunding to fly their mum’s body home to east London after she died ...


The Stage could get an all-day, every day booze licence for its sales suite – and neighbours aren’t happy 

1 Aug

The Stage could get an all-day, every day booze licence for its sales suite – and neighbours aren’t happy 29 minutes ago Emma Bartholomew --> Neighbours are worried that an all-day drinks and entertainment licence at the sales suite for The Stage...


Haggerston charity worker launches crowdfunder to get his mum home after ‘heart attack’ in Turkey 

1 Aug

Haggerston charity worker launches crowdfunder to get his mum home after ‘heart attack’ in Turkey 40 minutes ago Mike Brooke --> A devastated family have begun an urgent crowdfunding campaign to get their mum back home to east London after she ...


The Stage could get an all-day, every day booze licence for its sales suite – and neighbours aren’t happy 

1 Aug

Neighbours are worried that an all-day drinks and entertainment licence at the sales suite for The Stage development in Shoreditch will set an unwelcome precedent for its future use.


Haggerston charity worker’s desperate plea to fly mum’s body home after she dies on holiday in Turkey 

1 Aug

A grief-stricken family are crowdfunding to fly their mum’s body home to east London after she died while on holiday in Turkey.


Slugs inspire scientists to create super-glue that could be medical breakthrough 

28 Jul

The substance managed to seal a hole in a pig’s heart (Picture: PA) Humans have slugs to thank for a possible medical breakthrough.


Men who saw newlywed before she fell from balcony say her death was a ‘tragic accident’ 

28 Jul

Kirsty Maxwell and her husband Adam (Picture: REX/Shutterstock) Four men who were inside a hotel apartment when a newlywed fell from a balcony and died have described her death as a ‘tragic accident’.


Woman fired for eating colleague’s chocolate bar gets her job back 

28 Jul

The woman was sacked after eating her colleague’s chocolate (Picture: Shutterstock) A care worker has won her job back after she was fired for eating a colleague’s bar of chocolate.


Rashan Charles death: Tensions run high in Dalston as protesters block the road 

28 Jul

Breaking News: Rashan Charles death: Tensions run high in Dalston as protesters block the road 2 minutes ago Emma Bartholomew --> Tensions are running high in Haggerston as protesters grieving the death of Rashan Charles have blocked off Kingsland ...


Shocking video shows man under arrest viciously knocking out police officer 

28 Jul

The officer lies on the floor after being blindsided by man under arrest (Picture: Leicestershire Police) Shocking video footage has been released of a police officer getting knocked out by a man under arrest.


Gang attack inspires look into Jamaica’s beauty conflicted with ghetto culture 

28 Jul

In 2015, a friend of photographer Ivar Wigan’s was killed in a gang-related attack in Jamaica.


Girl, 10, who fell pregnant after her uncle raped her denied an abortion 

28 Jul

Indian school students participate in an awareness campaign (Picture: NOAH SEELAM/AFP/Getty) A ten-year-old girl has been denied an abortion after she fell pregnant when her uncle raped her.


Trump themed pop-up bar in Shoreditch donating money to all of the causes he’s ‘harmed’ 

28 Jul

The Twumps pop-up bar is coming to Shoreditch There’s going to be a new anti-Donald Trump pop-up bar in Shoreditch, east  London.


Hyperlocal & blogs

Untitled Bar in Dalston: Conigliaro’s avant-garde cocktail outpost | Bar review 

16 Aug

As Shoreditch and Hoxton are now thoroughly saturated with some of the world’s best cocktail bars, it only makes sense that the scene would start to radiate outwards.


santo remedio to open in london bridge 

15 Aug

We loved Santo Remedio when it opened in Shoreditch last year, but unfortunately, it was not round for long and closed suddenly last autumn.


w barcelona’s mamarosa to open at shoreditch village 

15 Aug

Who knew Shoreditch was getting it’s very own village? Well it’s true.


Glimpse of the past…Puppy Seller, Shoreditch 1946 

4 Aug

It’ll sound unethical (and rightly so) to today’s sensibilities, but for many years Club Row in Shoreditch hosted a pet market every Sunday where punters could buy anything from the tiniest of birds to a fully grown monkey.


lotiloves homeware | w.a. green 

2 Aug

The Shoreditch Design Triangle has got another resident and it looks like a good’un.


Hackney bars condemn new levy 

31 Jul

52 per cent of Hackney residents supported the levy in a public consultation Pic: Darren Johnson – Flickr A new late-night levy on venues selling alcohol between midnight and 6am has been deemed “disastrous” by Hackney’s shops, bars and clubs.


Bow Wow! A Shoreditch dog-lover uses Hackney’s Silicon Roundabout to help deprived people 

31 Jul

Luxury: Ruby revels In the kind of comfort some people might envy DOGS HAVE BEEN extraordinary aids to humans, lately found to be useful even as carers for old and ill people.


ldner #217 | olivia-fayne 

28 Jul

This week’s LDNER is a rising artist who’s just about to hold her debut exhibition at Hoxton Arches.


Lady’s Hip Guide to Shoreditch 

27 Jul

Shoreditch has changed.


smoking goat to open in shoreditch 

17 Jul

That’s right, Smoking Goat is having a KID and opening their second site in Shoreditch.


ldner #215 | susannah jones 

14 Jul

This week’s LDNER definitely knows what’s hot when it comes to hair.


Theatre News: Exclusive: Rachel Tucker returns to London for solo concert 

14 Jul

The Wicked star will perform at Shoreditch Town Hall in November...


Arrest made following ‘horrific robbery’ 

12 Jul

Sanchez Edwards was arrested Monday Pic: Met Police A 28-year-old man has been arrested for the “horrific” robbery of a pensioner in Hoxton, Scotland Yard confirmed yesterday.


Cycle Superhighway 1 

3 Jul

5 ♣ Hackney/Stoke Newington The original plan for the Greater London borough of Hackney was to pair the Metropolitan Borough of Hackney with the (much smaller) Metropolitan Borough of Stoke Newington .


Image released of suspect in ‘horrific’ attack on woman, 92 

2 Jul

CCTV image of suspected attacker Pic: Met Police A CCTV image of a man who is suspected of what detectives described as a ‘horrific’ attack a 92-year-old woman in a Hackney last week has been released by police.


Exhibition remembers the forgotten Indian and Nepali soldiers who fought for the British Empire 

2 Jul

Still from Pavilion V, part of the Pavilion Project.


win a hp printer or free tattoo 

29 Jun

No we haven’t gone mad, you can either win a HP Printer or Tattoo at HP’s pop out container in Shoreditch this weekend.


adidas city runs | shoreditch 10k 

29 Jun

Grab your trainers, Adidas has announced a brand new series of City Runs.


Radio London now open at King’s Cross 

28 Jun

Radio London Hair Salon and Gallery, one of London’s best boutique salons, is now officially open in the heart of King’s Cross.


London’s Alleys – Spital Yard 

26 Jun

Just off the busy main road running between Liverpool Street and Shoreditch is a short little alleyway with a small dose of history about it.


Baby Loves Disco 

14 Jun

Re-live your raving days with the kids in tow – Baby Loves Disco is back at Shoreditch Town Hall on Saturday 1 st July.


Hackney launches campaign to highlight needs of disabled residents 

9 Jun

The campaign will highlight the needs of disabled people Pic: Pixabay Hackney Council is launching a campaign  later this month, to highlight and address the needs of disabled people.


box balls now open in shoreditch 

9 Jun

One ball pit in East London just isn’t enough because the peeps behind Ballie Ballerson in Dalston have opened Box Balls in Boxpark.


I will continue to fight for Hackney 

9 Jun

General Election acceptance speech: “Thank you for your confidence in electing me as MP for Hackney South and Shoreditch for the 4th time.


Red Rooster to bring authentic Harlem taste to Shoreditch 

5 Jun

A Red Rooster restaurant recently opened in Shoreditch.


lotiloves homeware: turning earth e2 

31 May

Buying beautiful ceramics is all well and good but what about actually making them with your own two hands? It’s easier than you think thanks to places like Turning Earth E2.


Lunges in Leggings – London’s campest outdoor bootcamp class! 

30 May

Lunges in Leggings is an outdoor bootcamp class that happens every Saturday afternoon in Haggerston Park, East London.


hoxton square summer picnic 

26 May

This June the restaurants from Hoxton Square are throwing a summer picnic to celebrate the area and raise some cash to keep it in good nick.


Rachael Williams’s OUTSIDE 

25 May

Queer nightlife connoisseur Rachael Williams has had more nights out than you’ve had hot dinners! She doesn’t own a single handbag that hasn’t been vomited in by a drag queen at some point, and she’s drank every single drink on every single ...


Meet The Traders: Zona N16, causing a stir in Hackney 

21 May

Chris, left, and the team at Zona on Shoreditch High Street     Pic: Beatriz Fonseca Whether it is because of its controversial name (more on that later) or because of the delicious creations served there, Zona N16 is revolutionising Hackney’s ...




Schools

Years 8 & 9 participated in the Royal African Society’s Literature Festival at the British Library 

5 Jul

Poets from left to right: Tobia Francescato , Saki Pereira Puerto, Dorcas Adelaja, Jake Woonton, Kate Eliott, Oleanna Pereira Puerto Last weekend, Haggerston students from years 8-9 presented their work as part of the   Royal African Society’s ...


8th annual Haggerston GCSE & A Level Art end of year exhibition 

3 Jul

The 8 th  annual Haggerston GCSE A Level Art end of year exhibition took place on Tuesday 20 th June.


School Council Leadership Session 

26 Jun

Our School Council participated in the Hoxton Citizens Children’s Leadership Session on Saturday for their termly meeting.


Haggerston School’s Amphitheatre 

23 Jun

We are raising money to construct an amphitheatre in the playground.


Haggerston School wins the Carnegie Medal 

21 Jun

Haggerston School success at Hackney literary competition The Carnegie Medal is awarded annually to the writer of an outstanding book for young people.


VIVA LA ESPANA! 

23 May

A group of 16 children from Orchard, Southwold and Hoxton Garden flew to Spain to visit our partner school for a week.


Hackney regional round of the Speak Out Challenge 

18 May

Haggerston School is delighted to announce that Hal Bishop (Y10) has won the Hackney regional round of the Speak Out Challenge! Hal’s amusing story about a visit to Trump Tower was impeccably delivered and wowed the crowd and judges.


School Councils 

24 Apr

Just before the Easter break school council members from Orchard, Southwold and Hoxton Garden met together to hold a joint meeting.


Haggerston School awarded Bronze Certificate by the Incorporated Society of Musicians 

24 Apr

Haggerston School has been awarded the ISM / ISM Trust’s Bronze Certificate.


Author visit – Linda Newbery 

23 Mar

On Tuesday the 21 st  March, award winning children’s author Linda Newbery came to visit Haggerston School.


Barbican Box Music Project 

23 Mar

A spirited group of year 7 students took centre stage at the Barbican earlier this month as part of the third annual Barbican Box Music project.


Work Week 2017 

20 Mar

We held Work Week here at Thomas Fairchild during the week of March 6th-10th.


Scavenger Hunt 

14 Mar

Oak and Palm Tree classes took part in a Plant Scavenger Hunt in Shoreditch Park on Monday as part of their introduction to British Science Week.


Quicksticks Hockey Success 

1 Mar

A HUGE shout out to Heidi, Yasmin, Olive, Nathaniel, Thomas and Jiyan at the Young Hackney Quicksticks Hockey Tournament hosted by Haggerston Secondary School.


Quicksticks Hockey with Heart! 

1 Mar

Way to go Tyeisha, Jesse, Nia, Kemi, Jerry and Satch at yesterdays Young Hackney Quicksticks Hockey Tournament hosted by Haggerston Secondary School.


Sebright Primary School – Art Project visit to Haggerston School 

27 Feb

Please read the article below: Sebright Art Project visit to Haggerston School...


‘Refugee Boy’ – School Production tickets now on sale! 

23 Nov

This year, Haggerston School presents Zephaniah’s ‘Refugee Boy’ adapted for the stage by Sissay.


Peer Mediators 

15 Nov

Peer mediators from Orchard, Southwold and Hoxton Garden got together at Orchard School for a group training session.


Year 6 Lion King Production 

20 Jul

Year 6 threw a stellar performance of the Lion King on Tuesday! After six weeks of rehearsals and a lot of determination, the big night arrived.


Student Voice 

30 Jun

Student voice Next week assemblies will be about Haggerston student voice.


Summer Sharing – Friday 8th July 5.00pm 

28 Jun

Please join us on the 8th of July.


Summer Fair 

20 Jun

The SJB Choir performed at the Summer Fair held by St John’s Church.


Haggerston Sports Tour to Orlando 

21 Apr

Haggerston Sports Tour “Mission to Orlando” Mission accomplished!!!!!! During the Easter break the PE Department took a group of 40 students to embark upon a once in a life time trip to Orlando, Florida (USA).


Sixth form basketball team wins London College Cup Championship 

23 Mar

“Having gone undefeated in the London Basketball Associations (LBA) league, Haggerston had a lot to live up to in their final game, against Quintin Kynaston (QK).


KS2 pupils visit Tramontana Brindisa Tapas Restaurant 

9 Mar

Last Monday some of our KS2 pupils were given an amazing opportunity to taste Spanish tapas in one of our local Spanish restaurants, Tramontana Brindisa Tapas Restaurant in Curtain Road, Shoreditch.


Consultation for the Federation of Hoxton Garden Primary School with the Federation of Orchard and Southwold Primary Schools. The Governing Bodies of Orchard, Southwold and Hoxton Garden Schools are seeking the views of parents, carers and staff on the idea of establishing a hard Federation between the three schools from 1st September 2016. 

25 Feb

Please click here to find out more information about this proposal.


Consultation for the Federation of Hoxton Garden Primary School with the Federation of Orchard and Southwold Primary Schools. The Governing Bodies of Orchard, Southwold and Hoxton Garden Schools are seeking the views of parents, carers and staff on the idea of establishing a hard Federation between the three schools from 1st September 2016. Please click here to find out more information about this proposal 

22 Feb

This document and response form are also available online by visiting: www.


Holocaust memorial day 2016: Don’t stand by 

11 Feb

This year Haggerston students took part in Hackney’s annual memorial for the victims of the Holocaust.


Haggerston School achieves NACE Challenge Award 

11 Dec

Haggerston School is the 356th school nationally to achieve the prestigious NACE Challenge Award for More Able, Gifted and Talented Pupils.


Winter Warmers Appeal 

9 Dec

Our Winter Warmers Appeal launched this week.



This page took 0.39012 seconds to generate and made 86 db queries.