The Other Side of Notting Hill: From Wartime to the Westway

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Notting Hill has inspired a large number of books and has often made national news – though not always for the right reasons. It has forever been an area of contrast between rich and poor, and has undergone almost constant change since it was developed from farmland in the mid-nineteenth century to today’s urban landscape.

Roger Rogowski’s book records the memories of people who lived in working-class Notting Hill in their own words, before the substantial changes of the 1960s, including the mass demolition of slums, the construction of the Westway, the growth of the Notting Hill Carnival and the area’s enthusiastic embrace of the swinging sixties.

The Other Side of Notting Hill delves into everyday urban, working-class life as it was, which in many respects is almost unrecognisable today, and how people began to be affected by the changes taking place around them.

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Roger Rogowski has a long-standing interest in social and local history, and has authored articles and acted as an advisor on a number of projects, including television programmes on social history. He spent the first 13 years of his life in the area, and runs the local history Facebook group with more than 4,600 members.

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