Last month residents of Knight's Walk popped around the corner to visit the Cinema Museum on Renfrew Road to reminisce about the rituals and traditions of going to the cinema, find out more about the history of the area and the ancient local buildings full of stories and memories.Read more
After an abundance of love, care and hard work by residents at the No.7 garden we were left with a plethora of herbs, fruits and vegetables on Westbury Estate.Read more
The Development Management Team have published Newsletter #16 for Westbury Estate and it is available to read here.Read more
The Development Management Team have published Newsletter 17 for Knight's Walk and it can be read here.
The residents of Westbury Estate have many interesting stories and memories about the estate. Over the past year we have been collecting these stories.Read more
Consultation events were held in May and June to display our proposals to build more and better homes on the disused Patmos Lodge care home site. We received over 50 responses online and at the events.Read more
As a result of a wonderful 2017 harvest we decided to host a Westbury Garden Feast using the food that had grown in the garden.
Earlier this week No.15 was buzzing with music and chatter from the Knight's Garden Party, a chance for residents to get together and celebrate the harvest from the garden and the end of summer. Read more about it here.Read more
From the discovery of the Albertus font, originating in Kennington, through to hand-printing custom invitations for the Knight's Walk Garden Party, there has been a lot of activity at No.15 connecting historical and archive conversations with printing and letterpress. Read more about these activities hereRead more