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 if you have any observations or questions about the website or anything within it, feel free to have your say by clicking on the "Add New Comment" link below, or similar buttons on most pages.

Joining the Association is free of charge and we send out a newsletter on a regular basis - to be added to our mailing list, just send your name, address and email address to:

admin[at]cloudesleyassociation.org          (for privacy, @ is replaced by [at] in email addresses on the website)

 

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May

A brand new newsletter has been circulated by Amanda and Florence, packed with useful information on what to do during lockdown.  Also several new additions to the website, including an animated history of the building of Barnsbury, a new blog on the repairs going on at Holy Trinity Church, and a lot about the makeover of Thornhill Gardens - a transformation is underway!  You'll notice the website has had a makeover itself, with a bold new colour scheme - hope you like it!

 

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To cheer us up during this time of lockdown, here's an old newspaper article from 1990 about the Celestials who used to be in Holy Trinity Church in Cloudesley Square.

 

 

 

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We've set up a new Coronavirus section of the website under "The Area" heading, here.  So far, it includes general advice about the virus, information about the Caledonian and Barnsbury Covid 19 Mutual Aid Group, advice on Coronavirus-related scams from Neighbourhood Watch, and a leaflet from Islington Council.  Keep safe and remember to wash those hands!

 

To see past Breaking News items, click "Read More" below.

Cloudesley Present

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