Great fun was had by all at The Peel's Christmas Fair with over 200 people attending!
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Quentin Blake Centre for Illustration has announced National Illustration Day, a new initiative to celebrate the pictures that are essential to our lives and...
A evening of document displays at London Metropolitan Archives and Marx Memorial Library, and a guided walk across Clerkenwell.
A FREE event for all the family to enjoy.
The fascinating history of Merlin's Cave.
On Fri 17 Nov The Peel are holding a Men's Open Day.
This October half term The Peel celebrated Black History Month with an intergenerational day.
EC1 Echo reader Tony Ostrowski would love to find a living descendant to return the letter too.
Explore the story of Clerkenwell Green and the streets and alleyways that surround it.
The Peel and Brunswick Close Estate TMO are joining forces to raise money for Breast Cancer Now.
Family run workspace celebrates its 40th birthday
Studio Amwell, a new, female-founded, artist-run space in the heart of Clerkenwell, will open its doors for the first time on Thursday 12 October with its...
Islington Guided Walks (the Mayor of Islington's official tour guides) are currently taking applications for their award winning Clerkenwell & Islington Tour...
A group of designers from sustainable design and engineering firm Stantec have created a new map of Farringdon and South Clerkenwell.
Braggart, dueller, womaniser and pioneer of freedom – historian Mark Aston assesses the incredible career of locally born John Wilkes and asks if there are any...
EC1 Echo talks to Paul Marko, author of a new book about Clerkenwell punk band Menace.
Now in its 31st year, Open House Festival takes place over two weekends in September when people open up their homes and buildings for visitors to explore and...
EC1 Echo speaks to Jackie Casey, organiser of August Bank Holiday Weekend’s Clerkenwell Festival.
A team led by artist-curator Gaylene Gould is on a mission to revive a fabled 17th-century healing well in Clerkenwell
At almost 98, poet Eula Harrison has a fierce lyrical gift: “I write in bed and have quite a few pen marks on my bed linen as a result.”
Hazel Phillips tells the amazing story of James Blackburn, Clerkenwell’s ‘white collar’ convict
Islington Council has announced plans for major changes to Clerkenwell Green, writes Amelia Braddick
A new vision for using technology to tell the history of Clerkenwell and Smithfield