Islington Faces

Follow Islington Faces blog on http://www.islingtonfacesblog.com to meet inspiring locals. Here’s Diye Wareibi who runs Bright Sparks re-use and repair shop at 176 Seven Sisters Road, N7 which is open Monday- Saturday. Free furniture and reuse collections can be arranged/booked via brightsparksonline.com or call the shop 020 7272 9156. © Kimi Gill for Islington Faces

What’s Islington Faces?

Islington Faces is a website where you can find a collection of interviews with more than 325 people who live or work (or have lived/worked) in Islington. Have a look at http://www.islingtonfacesblog.com Some of the interviews include community champions and people who are doing things to make Islington a more sustainable place. The photos are taken by Kimi Gill. You can check out the A-Z list on the home page or have a browse through some of these interviews:

Islington Faces became a charity in November 2019.

If you’d like to suggest an interview with someone who is volunteering, working or just doing stuff that’s good for people and planet please contact Nicola Baird, who writes most of the interviews. Email islingtonfaces@gmail.com or use Nicola’s gmail. Interviews are not usually linked to a news event. They are published once a week, so if you decide to follow the blog you won’t be swamped with info.

You can also follow Islington Faces on insta @islingtonfaces and twitter @islingtonfaces and Facebook/IslingtonFaces


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