Free festival celebrating the Great Exhibition of 1851 announced for Kensington

Free festival celebrating the Great Exhibition of 1851 announced for Kensington

Leading cultural venues are joining forces to recreate the spirit of the Great Exhibition of 1851 for the 21st century. Over one weekend this summer, South Kensington’s Exhibition Road will host a celebration of curiosity and discovery, with a new, free festival of art, science and culture. Running from 28-30...

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Wreath laying ceremony in honour of British Prime Minister William E. Gladstone

Wreath laying ceremony in honour of British Prime Minister William E. Gladstone

On May 22nd, 2019, the Bulgarian Embassy in London held a wreath laying ceremony in honour of British Prime Minister William E. Gladstone. The event, which took place at the Gladstone statue in Westminster (Aldwych), was attended by members of the diplomatic corps, British friends of Bulgaria, as well as...

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Knowing E, Knowing U. Voting’s something you can do

Knowing E, Knowing U. Voting’s something you can do

The European Parliament elections will take place on the 23rd of May. Because of the Brexit extension, you can still cast your vote. To register to vote, visit gov.uk It is advised that you do as soon as possible if you want to have a say in these elections. If...

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A tantalising selection of over 600 objects from east and west come to auction on consecutive days 22nd and 23rd may 2019

A tantalising selection of over 600 objects from east and west come to auction on consecutive days 22nd and 23rd may 2019

The Asian works of art auction on 22nd may will include a collection of Chinese jades with proceeds going to children’s charity Mission Bambini, early Jain and Buddhist bronzes, Indian works of art and manuscripts that survived the 1947 partition and a good group of 19th century Pichhavai (Hindu cloth...

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Redcliffe School brings ‘plogging’ to the Royal Borough

Redcliffe School brings ‘plogging’ to the Royal Borough

Redcliffe School is a ‘beacon’ school, known for their focus on Education for Social Responsibility and teaching children to work towards to the United Nation’s Global Goals end extreme poverty and build a better world by 2030. The school’s concept is to develop a deep understanding of the World’s social, environmental and economic...

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Healthy Lungs and Environmental Impact Event

Healthy Lungs and Environmental Impact Event

Meet experts on Air quality and discuss the effects on lung health at an event being held on 23rd May in Maida Vale, titled ‘Healthy Lungs and environmental Impact.’ The Public meeting, organized by the British Lung Foundation (BLF) Support Group ‘Breathe Easy Westminster’, encouraged by the European Lung Foundation...

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How to Write a Brilliant UCAS Personal Statement

How to Write a Brilliant UCAS Personal Statement

Tuesday 28th May at 2:30pm  Hosted by Simply Learning Tuition Consultancy Simply Learning Tuition Consultancy are running this half term workshop for all Year 12 students looking to get a head start on their university applications. Their guest speaker is an Education Adviser specialising in University Admissions. Often seen as...

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Dementia Art Exhibition celebrates living well with dementia

Dementia Art Exhibition celebrates living well with dementia

Residents from dementia care home Chelsea Court Place and pensioners from the Royal Hospital Chelsea celebrate their first joint art exhibition at Peter Jones 5th Floor Cafe from 15th – 28th May, 2019. The residents and pensioners have been undertaking a highly successful, evidence- based dementia arts programme, culminating in...

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The Daisy Trust’s Masked Ball on Friday 10th May 2019, raised over £60,000 for H&F charities

The Daisy Trust’s Masked Ball on Friday 10th May 2019, raised over £60,000 for H&F charities

On Friday 10th May, The Daisy Trust hosted its first ever fundraising Masked Ball at St Paul’s Church Hammersmith, raising over £60k for Hammersmith and Fulham charities.   Each year, The Daisy Trust’s volunteers raise money and then give these funds to local charities and good causes in the Borough of...

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Inspiring achievement with values

Inspiring achievement with values

Set in 65 acres of beautiful parkland in Reading, just outside London, we offer a leading values-driven education based on the Quaker ethos. Leighton Park is known for excellence in Creative STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), winning the national Community STEM Awards. Music is a longstanding strength, reflected by...

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