Cloudesley Estate MapThis is the Cloudesley Association website.  The Association is for residents living in the area roughly indicated 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

Click here to download a copy of our Constitution.

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.

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The latest newsletter is now available, packed with information about the church, including the latest church renovation blog, as well as news about tube noise, the MET Safer Neighbourhoods Team and events at Kings Cross.  Enjoy!



Church 1 ProcessedWe've updated our main church page with a summary of the Diocese Zoom meeting mentioned below and also details of a brand new website set up by the Diocese to showcase the results of the "Tales from the Crypt" research project - you can visit it directly here: 



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Smiley FaceNew member Jo has kindly sent us this photo of a plane tree on the South side of the Holy Trinity churchyard with an uncanny face hidden in it.  Don't see it?  Click here for help!





Cloudesley Church LogoThe scaffolding has come down from the North side of the church and work has moved inside - read all about it in the latest Church Restoration Blog.  We also have a new article about another old resident buried at Highgate Cemetery - William Craghill (or should that be Crachill?).

Stop Press!  The Diocese will be hosting a Zoom session on the church on Thursday March 11th at 7.00pm.  Details here.  This, and other matters, are included in the latest Newsletter, here.


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