Category Archives: Hidden Animals

“Wildlife” along the River Lea

A version of this post first appeared on the Footprints of London blog.   Section 13 of The Capital Ring between Stoke Newington and Hackney Wick may be one of the shortest but it is certainly richly varied. Most of the … Continue reading

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Some London Cats

I recently stumbled across Camden-based, Laura Ford’s 2012 work Cats 1&2.  Situated at the end of Bishopsgate, appropriately close to the junction of Leadenhall Street with Whittington Avenue, these two anxious and distracted larger-than-life size cats are part of a series called Days … Continue reading

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Not many of these left………

  Now it’s planted up the top section wouldn’t be much use to any passing horses – but dogs might get a drink from the bottom. This one is at Clerkenwell Green.

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All Creatures Great and Small: A walk through Clerkenwell & Islington

Saturday 26th July  11am (lasts about two hours) Start and Finish  Islington Museum – 245 St John Street London EC1V 4NB Free but booking required. Donations to Freightliners Farm welcome Book via: There is little animal life apparent in … Continue reading

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