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Local History Group Meeting 29 May 2021

Notes of a meeting of the Inkerman Area Local History Group 29.5.2021 Present: David, Debby, Vivienne, Hilary, Sara, Martin.  And by Zoom, Trisha and Samantha Apologies: Mary Introductions and thanks to Vivienne for hosting.  David explained the background.  There had been a meeting in 1980 and then a group met between 2002 and 2004, researching… Read more »

Finding census records

PLEASE NOTE: like everything else in this Local History section, this is very much work in progress. There seem to be a number of ways of accessing census records, including Ancetsry.co.uk, the National Archives and FindMyPast which includes the 1841 census and 1851 and then every ten years up to 100 years ago although there… Read more »

Independent Elders in lockdown

The Elders have continued to meet via Zoom throughout 2020 and into 2021. We haven’t posted notes of meetings because much of the discussion has been swapping information about what everyone has been up to, and how people have been coping with lockdown. There have generally been 10 or 12 of us and we’ve enjoyed… Read more »

April Update: Some good news on traffic, ideas for development control, local nature and wildlife and more …

Major good news about Inkerman Area Street traffic from Camden. We recently wrote to Karl Brierly, Camden’s Principal Transport Planner (LEN & Healthy Streets) to highlight the problems of traffic in Holmes Road, and supporting the proposals for a Healthy Street.          (See below *) He has replied at length, giving updates and timetables for… Read more »

Safer Street for Holmes Road? Correspondence with Camden

From: Inkerman Area Residents AssociationSent: 29 March 2021 09:52To: Brierley, Karl <Karl.Brierley@camden.gov.uk>Subject: Holmes Road Dear Karl Brierley As you probably know, we represent residents in the streets between Prince of Wales Road and just north of Holmes Road. You will be aware that Holmes Road has for some time presented a major problem when it comes to traffic.  Residents… Read more »