The locals' guide to Hampstead......

The Hampstonian COVER 2016 1 FINAL 

Above: the new cover of The Hampstonian  

 The Hampstonian is still on sale... but only just.

The Hampstonian has all but sold out but is still available at some Hampstead newsagents and book shops 

The Hampstonian is the essential information guide and directory for everyone visiting, living, working or skiving in Hampstead. This tidy little annual contains various articles, reviews and information about Hampstead's history, museums, art galleries, cafés, bars, pubs, delis, restaurants and theatres as well as a rather useful guide to Hampstead Heath.  

It might be exaggerating slightly to suggest that without The Hampstonian 2016, you are but a lost soul, floating aimlessly around the neighbourhood without any meaningful purpose whaever - yet it would not be inaccurate to name this little gem of a booklet the “Hampstonian's Bible”.

  

Where to try... better call first!

Mag One 68 Rosslyn Hill, London NW3 1ND Tel: 020 7794 1455

Village News 14 Heath Street, NW3 6TE Tel: 020 7794 5212

New End Mini Market Carnegie House, New End NW3 1JE Tel: 020 7435 8845

Hampstead Underground Station, Kiosks 1 and 2, Hampstead Village, NW3.

Waterstone's 68-69 Hampstead High Street, NW3 1QP Tel: 020 7794 1098

Waterstone's Finchley Road, 02 Centre.

Keith Fawlkes Books Flask Walk NW3 Tel: 020 7435 0614

La Gaffe 107-111 Heath Street, NW3 6SS Tel: 020 7435 8965

Simply Scrumptious 9 Flask Walk, NW3 Tel: 020 7435 8473

The Late Late Store  60 Belsize Lane, NW3 5AR Tel: 020 7794 1539

 Heath News 41 South End Road NW3 2PY Tel: 020 7433 8500

M&M Newsagent 1 Elm Terrace NW3 2LL Tel: 020 7485 5356 

MK Patel 90 Fleet Road NW3 2QX Tel: 020 7485 1336

London (Londis)  59 South End Road NW3 2QB Tel: 020 7435  1424

 The Hampstonian is now also available throughout the London Borough of Scamden!

 

May Day Complimentary Copies

From the 1st of May 2016 copies will also be freely available to those using local shops, hotels, restaurants, cafés, bars, pubs, galleries, cinemas, doctors, dentists, theatres, community centres and libraries in Hampstead and its surrounds. 

 

About the Hampstonian

 

In an attempt to help combat the colonisation of Hampstead by faceless multi-national corporations, The Hampstonian was founded in 2010 by Emmanuel Mustafa Goldstein, the mythical editor of the satirical and irreverent local magazine, the Hampstead Village Voice. As well as keeping said editor fed with tea and raisin toast, The Hampstonian accommodates local, independent and family run businesses - large and small - with affordable advertising to give them every chance of competing effectively with the likes of Stressco, Teen-Mobile and Arsebuks. 

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The 2013 cover by Gordon Hawtin

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The 2012 cover, courtesy of The Catto Gallery.

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The front cover of The Hampstonian 2014 

(Pic. © 2007 Sebastian Wocker)

 

 

Front Cover

The Chalybeate Well in Well Walk on the front cover of The Hampstonian 2011.

Photo ©2010 Sebastian Wocker

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The first ever Hampstonian published in 2010... More than a nod to the famous New Yorker's View of the World cover!

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The Metropolitan Borough of Hampstead coat of arms.

 

About the coat of arms

The Hampstonian coat of arms contains the latin expression: non sibi sed toti which, roughly translated, means, not for self but for all. It is with this spirit of common sense and consideration for others that The Hampstonian wishes to enlighten and inform. If it can take one small step towards lifting Hampstead out from the dark ages of a horrid, multi-national corporate shopping mall culture -  then it's been a worthwhile exercise. 

 

Viva Hampstonia, land of the almost free!

Emmanuel "Mustafa" Goldstein

 Mythical Enemy of Oceanea, Airstrip One and Big Brother*

*Read George Orwell's Nineteen-Eighty-Four for details. Terms and conditions apply. Consult your pharmacist or M16 before reading.      

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