Contact & Community Standards

The Kentishtowner is published daily by London Belongs To Me Ltd. We’re based at:

The Old House,
39-41 North Road
N7 9DP

We welcome all feedback and ideas from everybody.

For general enquiries and those from PR companies and other interested parties please email

Editors Stephen Emms and Tom Kihl can be reached on:

For advertising enquiries please email (see Advertise)


All comments may be subject to moderation and will be removed by a moderator if they it don’t abide by our community standards, or if the email address is deemed to be fake.

Guidelines (these are quite shamelessly taken from the excellent ones outlined here at The Guardian):

1. We welcome debate but not personal attacks (on authors, other users or any individual).

2. We acknowledge criticism of the articles we publish, but will not allow persistent misrepresentation. For the sake of robust debate, we will distinguish between constructive, focused argument and smear tactics.

3. We understand that people often feel strongly about issues debated on the site, but we will consider removing any content that others might find extremely offensive or threatening. Please respect other people’s views and beliefs and consider your impact on others when making your contribution.

4. We reserve the right to redirect or curtail conversations which descend into flame-wars based on ingrained partisanship or generalisations. We don’t want to stop people discussing topics they are enthusiastic about, but we do ask users to find ways of sharing their views that do not feel divisive, threatening or toxic to others.

5. We will not tolerate racism, sexism, homophobia or other forms of hate-speech, or contributions that could be interpreted as such.

6. We will remove any content that may put us in legal jeopardy, such as potentially libellous or defamatory postings, or material posted in potential breach of copyright.

7. We will remove any posts that are obviously commercial or otherwise spam-like.

8. Keep it relevant. We know that some conversations can be wide-ranging, but if you post something which is unrelated to the original topic (“off-topic”) then it may be removed, in order to keep the thread on track.

9. Be aware that you may be misunderstood, so try to be clear about what you are saying, and expect that people may understand your contribution differently than you intended.

10. The platform is ours, but the conversation belongs to everybody. We want this to be a welcoming space for intelligent discussion, and we expect participants to help us achieve this by notifying us of potential problems and helping each other to keep conversations inviting and appropriate.

6 thoughts on “Contact & Community Standards”

  1. Hi, My name is Mona and I emailed my CV for an internship/work experience. who can i speak to regarding the process of my application?

  2. I picked up a copy of the kentishtowner yesterday on St Patrick’s day at Annie’s bar whilst visiting Kentish Town . I say visiting because after 18 years of living in NW5, my two children were born there, I had to leave 13 years ago because it became too expensive. I’m still angry after all this time and now I can only see things are getting worse with the gentrification of the area, the monneyed middle-class claiming more and more of it. The last straw is of course the closure of the Bull and Gate pub for yet another gastropub. See: the middle-class couldn’t give two f**ks about small venues and r ‘n r in general. However, what’s going to happen is the slow death of cultural London as we know it, making place to a museum town living on past pretence. Tragic. Thank God for the Irish who, once a year, give us a sense of what it should be all about.

  3. Ever thought about doing a singles thing to help out the unlucky in love kentish towners? Or a job post to help with local jobs?

  4. I am searching for a back copy of one of your Kentishtowner’s in it was an article about The Cross Nightclub. If at all possible may I have a hard copy of this paper please. I used to work at The Cross Club from its inception to it’s closure.
    I am currently working at the Busworks as a Security Guard so I’m easy to contact from Thursday nights through to Sunday Night.

  5. David farrant and sean manchester are best mates along with Gareth j medway, they phone and meet up with eachother to discuss how to manipulate the publiy, for amusement and to sell books ect, I was(David farrants son) Jamie farrants lodger, Jamie pretends to hate manchester too, his mum Mary got him and Danny away from Davi and they used the name coster, after being exposed for raping young boys, Jamie lost his local popularity in Netley abbey Southampton, and got together with Medway Manchester and his father instantly joining the fun as they call it, Jamie farrant told Manchester himself about his mums move to Southampton, name change ect, they laugh at the publi believing them.

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