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CORONAVIRUS UK MAP: FIND OUT HOW MANY CONFIRMED CASES IN YOUR AREA?
462 ) confirmed cases in Islington,
out of a local population of (
In Islington there were (
coronavirus-related deaths up to the 22 May. In this area 33% of all
deaths involved coronavirus between 29 Feb and 22 May
Note: Cases only include people who have had a positive test for the virus. Not everyone with the virus will have had a test. Deaths include any death where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate. Death data updated weekly, cases updated daily.
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The death toll of the Coronavirus and confirmed cases
in the UK Daily Update
There are more than ( 281,661 ) confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK and more than ( 39,904 ) people have lost their lives, government figures show. Source: UK public health bodies, ONS, NRS and NISRA. Figures last updated 09:00 GMT, 4th.. June.
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|Upcoming Events at the Business Design Centre 52 Upper Street Islington London N1 0QH||Islington women’s football Want to take up a new sport, or get back into football?…||Upcoming Events at the O2 Academy Islington Angel Central 21 Parkfield St, London N1 0PS, UK|
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|The Islington Boxing Club was first founded and known as Kings Cross Amateur Boxing Club in January 1974. The club was based in the community hall of York Way Court, close to Kings Cross Station (now home to Times ABC) We are situated right next to Elthorne Park with ample off street parking. Crouch Hill Overground and Archway Tube station are within easy walking distance..||Islington Boxing Club||Founder members included: Local publican and former boxer Reg Topper who volunteered as a trainer and fundraiser. Beat policeman Bill McCourt acted as Honorary Secretary. Railway man Jim Parodi was club treasurer. Islington Boxing Club, 20 Hazellville Road, London, N19 3LP Give us a call on 07920 280 230 / 07786 080 885|
|Navigator Square, Archway, London N19 3TD Archway Market Is Open Every Saturday From 10 am- 5 pm In Navigator Square N19 3td Right By Archway Tube Station. In our new location, there is limited space. We have a number of permanent pitches allocated, and have a few more, and are seeking in particular a good jewellery trader who has a wide range of stock and prices;||Archway Market||we have hot food spots available (but the electricity isn't working yet (VERY ANNOYING TRANSPORT FOR LONDON!!!) but do get in touch for the future; we also have pop-up pitches available where traders may rotate, in particular we are looking for local 'makers' for this stall, and anything that's a bit different and complements our existing variety of speciality stalls selling things they are expert in and that you can’t buy everywhere else.|
Nags Head Market
22 Seven Sisters Road, Holloway, London N7 6AG
Nag's Head Market is a market in London. It is situated on Seven Sisters Road in the Holloway area of the London Borough of Islington. It is named after the Nag's Head public house, which, closed in 2004; the original early Victorian building is in use today as a gambling establishment. Phone: 07817 500330 or 020 7607 3527
|Nags Head Market||About: Nag’s Head (Covered) Market operates 7 days a week and consists of a mix of small shops and second hand stalls. The market is extremely lively, friendly, offering a broad mix of goods and services. Take away and sit in Food available – English, Japanese, China, Malaysian, Jamaican, Caribbean, and African and Colombian cuisine.|
Freightliners City Farm is an urban
farm located in Lower Holloway in the London Borough of Islington.
It is the only urban farm in the borough. The City Farm movement
provides opportunities for young people in an urban environment to
see and interact with creatures they would not otherwise see.
Address: Sheringham Rd, London N7
Phone: 020 7609 0467
|Freightliners City Farm||Freightliners City Farm is a 2.5 acres green space in the very urban London Borough of Islington. It is a small community farm where a diverse range of people take part in farming and gardening and people can visit and spend time in a countryside type environment in the city. It is an open access space which is free at point of entry supported by donations, grants and income from farm services such as the cafe.|
We’re Still Open!
Kentish Town City Farm has been in existence since 1972 serving the community of Camden.
For at least 47 years, we have worked tirelessly to provide a rural experience in an urban space for all ages. We recognise the importance of Kentish Town City Farm to not only Camden residents but further afield. Despite rumours and misinformation, we plan to be here for at least another 47 years.
We look forward to seeing you all at Kentish Town City Farm!
|Kentish Town City Farm||
Kentish Town City
Address: 1 Cressfield Close Kentish Town, London NW5 4BN
Phone: 020 7916 5421 Kentish Town City Farm is a community charity that helps city people connect with animals, nature and the environment. The farm is situated on a four-acre site, alongside two railway lines in the inner London Borough of Camden. We have sheep, goats, ducks, chickens, geese, three horses, two donkeys, two pigs and a cow. There are animal pasture areas, community gardens and a wildlife pond, plus a riding arena.
|If you live in Islington, use this online form to arrange for us to collect large items of household waste like mattresses, furniture and cookers that cannot be reused. We collect most household items that are too big to put in your bin. We charge £10 per item, with a minimum cost of £30. If you are unable to carry the items outside, and are either over 65 or registered disabled, you can ask for an assisted collection/||Book a household bulky waste collection||There's a 50% discount if you receive Housing Benefit or Council Tax support. We have other services, which collect business waste, garden waste, builders’ and DIY waste or hazardous household waste. If you have re-usable items, please call 020 7527 2000. Fly-tipping is illegal and Islington regularly prosecute fly-tippers. You could face a fine of £400 as well as criminal prosecution.|
|Manor Gardens Centre 6-9 Manor Gardens, London N7 6LA, UK At Manor Gardens we run services which reach a wide cross-section of our local population. We also work in partnership with organisations across the Borough, many of whom are also based at Manor Gardens. By signposting and supporting people we make sure that they get the best access to appropriate support that we can find. Could you spare us some time? Manor Gardens Welfare Trust works with around 250 volunteers each year in a wide range of roles, all of which support our services to improve the lives of people in North London||Manor Gardens Centre||Manor Gardens Centre 6-9 Manor Gardens, London N7 6LA, UK Manor Gardens Welfare Trust is a health and wellbeing charity based in North London. Founded in 1913 we work with and for the most vulnerable people in our communities, providing tailored services around physical and mental wellbeing and promoting community cohesion. If you’re from a community newly arrived to the UK, we can help you to access local services. We can help with anything from getting an appointment with your GP, through to specialist therapy if you’ve been affected by abuse, conflict or FGM. Find out more.|
|All in Islington, the website for sport and physical activity for disabled people in Islington. Find weekly activity, sports clubs and accessibility information about leisure centres. Read news about sport for disabled people in Islington All in Islington, the website for sport and physical activity for disabled people in Islington. Find weekly activity, sports clubs and accessibility information about leisure centres. DisabledGo provides access information to hundreds of venues in Islington, including leisure centres and parks||All in Islington||AccessAble is here to take the chance out of going out. To give you the accessibility information you need to work out if a place is going to be accessible for you. We've surveyed 10,000s of venues across the UK and Ireland, including shops, pubs, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, railway stations, hotels, colleges, universities, hospitals and more. Use AccessAble to find wheelchair friendly venues or check out disabled access and facilities. AccessAble is Your Accessibility Guide. Download our free App to use AccessAble on the go.|
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