WA Ellis paddle challenge in aid of hospital

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...

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Exciting oriental fusion eatery opens in Belgravia

When the Old Tree first opened in Golder’s Green in the summer of 2010, it was the first authentic Taiwanese bakery and restaurant in London, beginning its existence selling bubble pearl teas and some light Taiwanese dishes. The founders: Miss Chia Chin Lin and Mr. Ron Yap originated from southern...

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Holland Park events see the kids through to the end of summer

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. Sessions include making a plaster cast of animal tracks on Friday 22 from 11am to 3pm, creating a museum in a box on...

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Battersea Power Station chimney comes down

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...

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London and the Royal Borough leads UK property slowdown

As London home sellers reduce their asking prices in the largest cut in over six years this August, experts have been arguing that there are strong signs that the London property market is finally beginning to cool down. House values in the capital have fallen 5.9% in the largest drop...

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