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It is advisable to use public transport to get to the Notting Hill Carnival in London, as most of the local roads will be for pedestrian use only. Also be aware that for safety reasons some stations may close temporarily if they become overcrowded. It may be worthwhile waiting until the station reopens rather than finding an alternative station. The procession begins and ends at Canal Way, Ladbroke Grove W14. Below ...
For those either left still hungry for more after the end of the Fringe festival, (or for those who can’t just drop everything for a jaunt to Scotland) The Chelsea Theatre and Ben Walters are hosting a post-Edinburgh weekend of shows from Friday August 29 to Sunday August 31 with a strong tendency towards total audience immersion rather than more traditionalist fare. Billing itself as The Not Television Festival, the emphasis is on one-off unrepeatable material that is as reliant on the audience as the script.   The Not Television Festival is the brainchild of critic and ...
From 14 November 2014, Leighton House Museum will be home to rarely seen masterpieces of Victorian art belonging to the Mexican collector Juan Antonio Pérez Simón. A Victorian Obsession: The Pérez Simón Collection at Leighton House Museum comprises 50 exceptional paintings from the largest Victorian private art collection outside Great ...
Join WA Ellis as they undertake a paddle boarding half marathon along the River Thames.  The first people to paddle board downstream of Putney Bridge, W.A. Ellis goes above and beyond.  Join with them to help raise vital funds for the Octavia Appeal, the paediatric arm of the Friends of Royal Brompton. The hospital, on our doorstep and at the heart of our community, has the second largest paedatric intensive care unit ...


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    29th August 2014
  • Living Dangerously - An Evening With Sir Ranulph Fiennes
    16th September 2014
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    28th September 2014
  • Nearly New Sale
    11th October 2014
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Arts & Culture

Fun summer holiday events continue at the Holland Park Ecology Centre until Friday 29 August with a range of activities for youngsters aged from eight to 12 years.   Sessions include making a plaster cast of animal tracks on Friday 22 from 11am to 3pm, creating a museum in a box on ...


Residents are invited to take part in an exciting singing for health programme in Kensington and Chelsea called Sing to Live, Live to Sing! organised by the Council.   The Council launched the initiative as a pilot programme in June and, due to its success, a new series of workshops will begin ...

Motoring & Sport

Rarely do children get to include climbing within their school day, but at Berrymede Junior School in Acton, it’s a popular part of the timetable as an exciting partnership with Westway Sports & Fitness has opened up a range of climbing opportunities. Berrymedes’ Head of PE, Steve Cotton, first approached Matt ...

Business & Finance

Work has begun on dismantling one of Battersea Power Station's iconic chimneys this week as part of an ongoing million pound project to redevelop the structure.  This marks phase two of the project which was given the go-ahead after structural tests were conducted. The south west chimney is the first to ...

Young Chelsea

When the Little Darlings emerge from school today, they are all dressed as people from faraway lands. I ask the Eldest if they have been doing model United Nations. He looks at me as if I’ve just loudly asked him in front of his friends to do the Can-Can with ...

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