What do some charming sheep, two women dressed as bees and a group teaching children to make slime have in common?

Landowners have changed the locks on a much-loved Dartmouth Park nature reserve and plan to sell the plot - leaving the volunteers who've looked after it for 30 years crestfallen.

The NW3 Green School Runs (NW3 GSR) team launched its bus service for private school parents on a rainy Monday in Hampstead.

In times past, Londoners would escape to Highgate from the centre of the capital to breathe in the clean air, and enjoy the health benefits of its green surroundings.

The second annual Heath Hands Community Festival is taking place this weekend.

A search is underway at Highgate Men's Pond after a swimmer disappeared yesterday during one of the hottest days of the year.

One of Britain's leading visually-impaired tennis players is still fighting for compensation after a court ruled a surveyor had failed to notice Japanese knotweed in the garden of his Highgate flat.

The long-awaited party to celebrate 90 years of the Park Road Lido takes place this weekend.

The City of London Corporation (CoLC) has formally adopted a new gender identity policy that has implications for the Kenwood Ladies' Pond after a controversial consultation last year.

Disgruntled residents and community groups are fighting plans to add an extra story to a Muswell Hill building opposite Alexandra Park.

Do you know what a veteran tree is? It's not as straightforward as you might imagine.

In 1929 public swimming wasn't easily accessible for many.

Over the last week ten cygnets have hatched on Hampstead No. 1 Pond - and we've seen a number of delightful pictures of the young family taking to the water on their first outings.

The NW3 Green School Runs (NW3GSR) campaign group have announced plans to run a coach service for children travelling to the NW3 area each morning.

Staff threatened with redundancy at Kentish Town City Farm have reiterated their call for the charity's trustees to grant them a meeting with independent mediation this week.

Environment-conscious pupils at Highgate School are doing their own air quality analysis in hope of encouraging more sustainable transport options.

A coalition of London arts organisations have joined forces with a grassroots group as part of a campaign to return a historic roman kiln to its rightful home —Highgate Wood.

Highgate Horticultural Society got its 160th year underway with its spring show on April 13

A date has been set for a judicial review into the construction management plan for 100 Avenue Road.

Twenty years ago Hampstead Heath charity Heath Hands was but the germ of an idea in the head of founder - and Ham&High columnist - Bobby de Joia.

If anyone's looking to go on a bear hunt this weekend, Waterlow Park would be a pretty good place to start.

The Muswell Hill Sustainability Group held a "die-in" to highlight the loss of several thousands of species due to climate change last weekend.

Haringey Council has granted the dying wishes of a late Crouch End campaigner, who wanted his family to finish the engraving on "his" bench next to the bus stop he fought for.


Richard and Alan Myers look back through their history, from their founding in the Georgian era as rag recyclers to where they are now, selling mid-range carpets to the domestic market

Streathers Solicitors, with a number of offices across north London, has a team of highly experienced solicitors who offer a range of private client services.

St Albans' award-winning Gabriel Square development offers Londoners the chance to buy a luxury home with an easy commute to the capital

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