Where to find your free April issue of Gasholder

Our ethical food special includes all the usual reviews, previews and interviews with interesting locals you’d expect

Late last year a regular fixture landed in King’s Cross. Organised by two local friends, the aim for the new weekly Food Assembly was quite simple: to enable locals to access high-quality food while supporting small-scale producers.

It takes place every Sunday at the community-owned King Charles I pub on Northdown Street, where you’re invited to meet farmers, food makers, neighbours and taste all manner of samples. There’s often a live band or two as well, so you can enjoy some music as you munch.

Inside our April issue, out today, we meet Sophie and her friend Sara, the two women behind bringing the project to the area, and also count down five other ethical food-based enterprises.

Elsewhere we check out the tasty new menu at waterside restaurant Rotunda, catch the DRAF gallery’s current retrospective of Scottish artist Charles Avery, and hear the story of the charity War Child. We even manage to pop down to the coast for a weekend in Eastbourne. Sweet FA, indeed.


Grab a copy from the stockists below.

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Fixed distribution units in King’s Cross, Euston, Warren Street & Kentish Town

UAL St Martin’s (entrance to the right of Caravan), Granary Square N1C
KX Visitor’s Centre, Stable Street KX Visitor’s Centre, Stable Street
Outside Tesco Metro, 21 Caledonian Road N1
Outside Euston Station, corner of Melton Street and Euston Square Gardens
Waitrose KX, Granary Square N1C
Outside Warren Street Underground station
Outside Kentish Town West Overground NW5
Outside Phoenicia Food Hall, Kentish Town Road NW5

Other stockists include

Ruby Violet, Everyman On The Corner, Drake & Morgan, Water Rats, Youtube Space, SLAM, Casa Tua, The Place, Urbanest Student Accommodation, Skip Garden Café, Dishoom, Greek Larder, Knight Frank office, FRAME studios, The Star of Kings, Pancras Square Library, The Lighterman, The Gilbert Scott (restaurant and bar), The Somers Town Coffee House, Camden Town Hall, Skoob Books, KCBNA (Marchmont St Community Centre), 06 St Chads, The Fellow, D.A.S.H Coffee, Drink, Shop & Do, Housmans Bookshop, Camino, The Poor School, The Big Chill House, Honest Burgers, Nido Kings Cross, The Surya Centre, The Lexington, Shaw Theatre, Unite Students, Sanctuary Students, Unite Students, Lincoln Lounge, Four Cup, Rocket, Sanctuary Students, Peel Centre, Grain Store

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