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We are proud of our sponsorship of this brilliant local organisation. They have some really exciting productions coming soon. Make sure you catch one of these exciting shows coming up in February: Touch 2019-03-12 19:45:00 by Vicky Jones 12th – 16th March 2019 @ 7.45pm A shamelessly funny and […]
The answer to last months question is The Victoria Tower It is the square tower at the South-West end of the Palace of Westminster. At 98.5 metres (323 ft), it is slightly taller than the more famous Elizabeth Tower; formerly known as the Clock Tower and popularly known as ‘Big Ben’ Inside […]
This month we are excited to introduce a well known British Landmark… For a bottle of Champagne – Where is the London Peace Pagoda? …And for a second bottle of Champagne; when was it constructed? Please submit all answers to email@example.com for your chance to win!
London has many quaint and historic parts to it, one that is absolutely fascinating is a property once the home of Charles Dickens, and there is a plaque on the wall to say so. That would be enough for it to have interest, but for current day what lies inside […]
Funding will keep the music playing World Heart Beat Music Academy provides music tuition and personal development opportunities to over 350 children and young people a year between the ages of 5 to 24 years. Whatever their background, students are taught, mentored and nurtured by top industry music professionals who are […]
The Ecocapsule is an egg-shaped, mobile dwelling that utilises solar and wind energy. It was developed by Nice Architects, a firm based in Bratislava, Slovakia. Shaped like an egg to minimise its surface-area-to-volume ratio, its walls are made of two layers of fibreglass with polyurethane foam sandwiched in between. Nice […]
MBNA Thames Clippers’ Venus Clipper has been lowered into the water for the first time at Wight Shipyard Co. in East Cowes, where she will now undergo a series of system tests and sea trials before making her way by sea from the Isle of Wight to the River Thames […]
As the 29th of March draws ever nearer the future of the UK looks ever more uncertain. Added to the mix there is the political turmoil in Parliament and you can excuse anyone for being confused, our leaders are so what hope do we have? Life does however have to […]
Second oldest on the network with 60 stations – more than any other line Transport for London (TfL) has announced a series of events to celebrate the District line’s 150th anniversary. The line, which initially consisted of five stations, opened on 24 December 1868. In 1869, the service was extended […]
With winter in full swing and the first snow we have seen this season falling, keeping warm and cosy is the preference of most. With that in mind I would suggest that if you wanted to grab a bite out and wanted something warm and with all the love of […]