London’s Best Private Healthcare Clinic

London’s Best Private Healthcare Clinic

MyHealthcare Clinic has recently been awarded London’s best private healthcare clinic 2019 by GHP for its efforts in revolutionising private healthcare in London. The family run business is making first class private healthcare accessible and affordable with comprehensive membership plans. With clinics in Wandsworth and Fulham, MyHealthcare Clinic offers medical,...

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How to Write a Brilliant UCAS Personal Statement with Simply Learning Tuition Consultancy

How to Write a Brilliant UCAS Personal Statement with Simply Learning Tuition Consultancy

Workshop  – 6th August The Personal Statement is a vital part of the UCAS application that will need to be submitted ahead of January 15th 2020 for students starting university in Autumn 2020. It is easy to underestimate the amount of work that is required to make an excellent impact...

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Summer Party at All Star Lanes

Summer Party at All Star Lanes

Tuesday 6th August 6.30 until 9.30pm Join us for our summer party of relaxed networking and fun at All Star Lanes in Shepherd’s Bush. Are you craving some of that Miami heat and style, but lost in the urban jungle of London? All Star Lanes have come through to bridge...

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The world’s greatest festival of cycling returns to the capital and Surrey this weekend

The world’s greatest festival of cycling returns to the capital and Surrey this weekend

Prudential RideLondon, the world’s greatest mass participation festival of cycling, will return to London and Surrey this weekend and Transport for London (TfL) is encouraging Londoners to make the most of traffic-free streets and join in with a number of events planned across the 3 and 4 August. Prudential RideLondon...

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Heathrow accused of broken promises over noise

Heathrow accused of broken promises over noise

Heathrow airport has been accused of broken promises on noise pollution, as officials claimed a third runway would not make noise worse for Londoners. Matthew Gorman, director of sustainability at Heathrow, said a new runway would also allow longer breaks from overflying – although some communities in northwest London will...

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Westminster council decrees weather emergency for rough sleepers

Westminster council decrees weather emergency for rough sleepers

As the mercury soars to the high 30s and the people “melt” in the heat a severe weather emergency was called to support the homeless. Last night workers in Westminster – which has the highest number of homeless people in the UK –   were giving out supplies of water to...

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Coronet Theatre begins development on ‘hearing loop’

Coronet Theatre begins development on ‘hearing loop’

The Coronet Theatre has been awarded £5000 from the the Theatres Trust towards the installation of a hearing loop at The Coronet Theatre, helping to improve access.    In a statement they announced that ‘With the introduction of an induction loop, our theatre, dance and music productions can be enjoyed properly by...

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Special needs and disability funding under pressure across London

Special needs and disability funding under pressure across London

Special needs and disability support in London schools is facing “unsustainable financial risk” according to a report from London Councils. A “dramatic and sustained rise” in demand for special educational needs and disability services (SEND) has led to a £77 million funding gap in the capital, research found. There are...

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Pilates is a must for mobility and an exercise for life

Pilates is a must for mobility and an exercise for life

By Rosa Reeve Pilates is an amazing exercise that has many forms and has evolved to assist us all whatever our age or physical capability. It is a brilliant exercise for daily life or simply to facilitate any other sporting activity you like to do. Rosa from Pilatespluswellness has given...

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New research explores Britain’s relationship with commitment in the digital age

New research explores Britain’s relationship with commitment in the digital age

No Strings Attached Is the UK a nation of devotees or free spirits? New research by Currys PC World has unearthed how we really feel about commitment. Based on survey results from respondents across the UK, revelations have been made about different generations’ attitudes towards commitment in relationships, careers, finances and day-to-day life. Commitment...

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