Cloudesley Estate MapThis is the Cloudesley Association website.  The Association is for all residents of the "Cloudesley Estate" - the area roughly indicated here on the right, bounded by Cloudesley Road, Cloudesley Place, Liverpool Road and Richmond Road.  

Our purpose is to help residents make the most of our community by:

  • Publishing news and other useful information
  • Promoting communication between residents
  • Co-ordinating planning projects and other local initiatives
  • Researching local history
  • Providing useful resources

We're always keen to hear from you, so please get in touch via the Contacts page or by by using the "Comment" facility below or on most other pages.

October 2

The latest newsletter has been circulated and is available here.  It includes the sad news that Florence is leaving us to live the dream up in the Lake District.  She has done a magnificent job as secretary over the past few years and will be sadly missed.  I will be attempting to fulfill Florence's secretarial duties in her absence, unless, of course, anyone else wants to take on the job.  Nick


Church With Pedestrians Storer H and J 18 Click here to read a letter which Kevin Rogers from the London Diocese has written to residents with an update on what's happening at the church.  Progress is good, with work started on the North aisles and the turrets, and plans for the crypt.  Kevin and Rosie Fraser will be giving a Zoom talk on this on Thursday 29th October at 6pm with opportunities for residents to ask questions.  Update your diaries!  Details as follows:

Meeting ID:  722 627 9564       Password:  041293


Tales From Crypt LogoThree outputs from the Tales From the Crypt research are now available to residents in the form of an Exhibition in the church, evening Zoom Talks and a new Islington Guided Walk.  All highly recommended - see here for details.  Also, the latest article in the church restoration blog, describing the completion of the work on the south aisle, where the Exhibition is now housed.


September 3Amanda and Florence have circulated the latest Cloudesley Association Newsletter, with proposals for "Low Traffic Neighbourhoods", an update on Thornhill Gardens, more on the restoration work at Holy Trinity Church and the associated "Tales From the Crypt" project, a link to a marvellous documentary about Milner Square, and several other items of local interest.  The website continues to be updated; we have a new Thornhill Gardens Photo Gallery, an article on Sidney Bridgman's Memoirs about local life in the 50s and 60s, and a link to a book about "The Cats of Cloudesley Square"!  Enjoy.


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