Wily Badger Winter 2014 print issue


Wily Badger is pleased to announce the launch of its Winter 2014 issue.

Themed on development, this issue of Wily Badger magazine looks at the bits of Clapton that are reshaping the face of the neighbourhood, and those that have stood the test of time. Features include a look at some of Clapton’s notable buildings, and an in-depth interview with the Redundant Architects Recreation Association (RARA). There’s also plenty of Christmas shopping tips.

You can pick up a free issue of Wily Badger in pubs, bars, shops and cafes in and around Clapton, Homerton and Hackney Central.

We’d also like to extend our thanks to the writers, photographers, and local businesses that helped make this issue happen.









Photos by Barney Thomas

Other articles of interest


Hackney is home to a wide range of communities and a growing contingent are choosing to nestle on the riverbank, opting for a world away from the industrial landscape of inner London. The city’s network of waterways provide a permanent home for up to 5,000 residential boats, and 10,000 people according to a 2013 report […]


A selection of locally produced goods Photography by Clapton-based Kuba Nowak 1 Gin from 58Gin produced in Hackney Downs Studios. £35 per bottle. Available at Merchant House, 13 Well Court, EC4M 9DN, or online. 2 Dark Arts Coffee roasted in Homerton. Prices from £6 for 250g. Available to buy at BOLT Motorcycles, 274 Richmond Road, […]


While the flurry of new businesses opening in Clapton has by no means come to an end, recent months have marked a sea change in the neighbouring area of Homerton, where a crop of new and exciting ventures have emerged. Rebecca King rounds up five Homerton hotspots worth taking note of. The new local: Adam & […]