Roman Road’s neighbourhood magazine
Roman Road LDN is a news and culture magazine for Roman Road in East London. Discover the best kept secrets about your neighbourhood including what’s on, places to visit, new shops, best restaurants, bars and coffee places, and the top attractions in Bow, Mile End, Globe Town, and Victoria Park. Discover the rich culture and heritage of our local neighbourhood, from East End Cockneys, East London Suffragettes, Bow Grime music to British Bangladeshi.
Roman Road’s famous Roman Road Market in Bow operates on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from about 9am to 3pm. Find the real east end and experience a traditional street market that has stayed true to its roots and offers fantastic bargains.
Places to visitView All
Our fine city of London may be regarded as the “Big Smoke”, but despite this moniker there are still a number of green spaces residents can explore. Here are “eight of the best” trees which are particularly significant and where to find them.
Cultural heritageView All
The statues are marble sculptures of Molossian Hounds and were donated to the park by Lady Aignarth, a wealthy and clearly rather generous resident of East London, in 1912. They are rumoured to have been a commemoration of her late husband, Horatio, who passed away that year.
Roman Road MarketView All
Passed down from father to son since 1919, Randolfi’s has been serving cuppas and cakes to regulars for over a
In picturesView All
We sent local photographer Phil Verney to capture the best Christmas lights around the Roman Road area.
Arts & artistsView All
Ifti Latif is a local poet, who wrote a poem inspired by lockdown last summer. As the winter months take hold and people look for some positivity in the current climate, he has chosen to share his work which he hopes will ‘be something nice to think about, especially as we enter January’.