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From cinema to mosque

The story of one building’s remarkable century-long transformation  117 Stoke Newington Road stands proudly as the site of Aziziye Mosque, one of the largest Turkish-speaking...


At the height of immigration to the United States 100 years ago, a wave of people from the collapsing Ottoman Empire and settled in...

Walk Hackney: Local walks, local stories

Hackney resident, tour guide of Walk Hackney Sean Gubbins tells us about Stoke Newington’s churches, farms and the vast numbers of people laid to...

The 140-year tradition will end with his generation

A hard day’s work Traders from the century-old Ridley Road Market in Dalston talk about their stalls and business  By Yasemin Cusack At the heart of Dalston...

Stoke Newington: a strong market for tenants

Daren Haysom, Foxtons’ area director for northeast London, explains why Stoke Newington, Dalston and Hackney remain highly attractive – and affordable – for people wanting to rent

Good food that tastes amazing

Musician, broadcaster, cook and Great British Menu judge Andi Oliver has opened her first restaurant in Stoke Newington Church Street.

The home of outdoor water sports: Stoke Newington

Hackney isn’t the first place that comes to mind you think about outdoor water sports. But just behind the Castle on Green Lanes, Stoke Newington, is a place that offers precisely that.


I moved to Stoke Newington in 2011 with my wife from neighbouring Highbury and Islington where I had lived most of my life. I...

Elinor Huggett

I was born in Cornwall, and studied Mathematics in Bath before moving to London seven years ago to do a Master’s degree in Environmental...

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