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Whether you’re new to the area and would like to make new friends or have lived in Islington your entire life, volunteering is a great way of giving back to the community that you know and love. You can gain new skills and help people at the same time. 
Are you interested in volunteering on Islington projects? Here’s how you can get involved:

Finding Islington Volunteering Opportunities


Love Islington and the properties we have on offer, but not sure exactly which part of the borough you’d prefer to live in? Then why not give living here a trial run by booking a few days staying in one or more of these gorgeous AirBnB properties?

1. Lever Street’s Classic Loft - £150 per night

Whether you’re new to the UK and missing a sense of home, or you simply love the taste of exotic dishes, you may find that sourcing authentic ingredients may be hard in the average supermarket. 
So, to help you on your way to culinary artistry, here is a roundup of some of the best international food markets and shops in Islington and surrounding North London. 

Le Petit Village – 142 Liverpool Road, N1 1LA 

If you are a parent or are thinking of starting a family very soon, living near well-reviewed schools with glowing reputations may be at the top of your list when moving home. 
And here at Hugh Grover, we recognise that you’re a busy working parent, so you probably don’t have time to research dozens of schools. That’s why we’ve added schools to our nearby amenities maps on all of our property pages. 

Why live in Islington? Well now, that’s easy for one of the borough’s longest serving estate agents to answer. Close to the City, with great transport links and a vast array of shops, restaurants and bars, our local borough is ideal for single, young professionals and families alike. 
But what if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and sit amongst trees and relax on grass for a few hours? Well, Islington has that too. 

Islington’s Parks and Principal Open Spaces 

Islington is a great place to live and work, whether you’re single, a couple or family, but you may not know it is also a popular place to go for a night out. Here we’ll take you through some of the best clubs, pubs and bars in Islington where you can enjoy a tipple and a boogie one weekend soon. 

Clubs in Islington 

Fabric – 77a Charterhouse St, EC1M 3HN 
The most loving time of the year is fast approaching and, whether you’re single and ready to mingle or in a happy relationship, there are plenty of ways to celebrate in Islington this February 14th. 


Valentine’s Day Events in Islington 

Alternative Valentine Comedy Night in Aid of Missing People


If you want to know the best restaurants in Islington, the property hot spots north of the Thames or the most popular bars near Angel, our blog is the place to look.

Social media is also a great place to find out about the latest happenings in the borough. So, whether you use Twitter, Facebook or any other platform, we’ve got you covered.

Read more: Who to Follow on Twitter for the latest Islington News

Have you made a New Year’s resolution this January? Then you may be tempted to cheat or give up already. In fact, according to The Guardian and a ComRes poll for Bupa, 63% of people have broken a past resolution and two thirds of these ended within a month of being made!
‘It’s every glutton’s paradise’ says the Evening Standard, a superb ‘supper street’! Where else would they be talking about than Islington and its restaurant lined high street?