Monthly Archives: July 2009

Camden New Journal Report of Street Festival

Alma matters! Superstar musicians turn out to perform at special street festival BIG-NAME hip-hop acts competed with cake stalls and raffles for the attention of visitors to the annual Alma Street festival on Sunday. Around 3,000 people turned out for the event, at which MOBO award-winner Roots Manuva, Jamaican reggae singer Dawn Penn and singer… Read more »

Alma St Festival – major success with some important complaints

Dear Residents, We are really happy for those of you that enjoyed the street party on Sunday. We have had a lot of very favourable comments. One resident told us she made friends with one of her neighbours that she hadn’t spoken to for 15 years. Many people went home with smiles on their faces… Read more »

Alma St Festival has major attractions

CAMDEN NEW JOURNAL breaks the news………. Roots Manuva Face-painting, tombolas and Roots Manuva! JARS full of jelly beans, cake stalls and children stumbling around with their faces painted with whiskers – the main elements of summer fetes across the borough. Tell that to the organisers of the Alma Street party. Organisers have enlisted big name… Read more »