Over half of parents in London worry that their exercise levels are setting a bad example to their children

Over half of parents in London worry that their exercise levels are setting a bad example to their children

More than half of parents living in London (with children under 18) think that their levels of physical activity are setting a bad example to their children Four in five parents think it would be valuable for their children to spend more time outdoors A fifth of parents say they’re...

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Calling notice – Chorus for Clean Air

Calling notice – Chorus for Clean Air

Calling notice What: Chorus for Clean Air. London parents, carers and schoolchildren will be singing their support for the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) due to be introduced on Monday 8 April. The Chorus for Clean Air, which is comprised of parents and carers from across London, will be joined by local...

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Calling notice – Chorus for Clean Air

Calling notice – Chorus for Clean Air

London parents, carers and schoolchildren will be singing their support for the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) due to be introduced on Monday 8 April. The Chorus for Clean Air, which is comprised of parents and carers from across London, will be joined by local schoolchildren from Snowsfield and Tower...

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Lady Ogden opens new physics lab at her old primary school thanks to her family trust

Lady Ogden opens new physics lab at her old primary school thanks to her family trust

Lady Ogden officially opened an Ogden Trust ‘Phiz Lab’ at Avonmore Primary School in west London during the week. She was accompanied by her husband, Sir Peter Ogden, and family members – all trustees of the family charitable trust which promotes the teaching and learning of physics. Pupils were excited...

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Volunteer’s needed for Kensington and Chelsea’s blind community

Volunteer’s needed for Kensington and Chelsea’s blind community

A leading national charity is appealing for volunteers to come forward and help them to support blind and partially sighted in Kensington & Chelsea . British Wireless for the Blind Fund (BWBF) is the only charity providing specially adapted radios to blind and partially sighted people across the UK. BWBF...

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Simply Learning Tuition’s partnership with charity, Shivia

Simply Learning Tuition’s partnership with charity, Shivia

To celebrate their 10 year anniversary, London tuition agency and education consultancy, Simply Learning Tuition (SLT), have partnered with Shivia, a UK-registered charity working in north West India. Simply Learning Tuition Founder, Nathaniel McCullagh explains, “At SLT, we are firm believers that education goes beyond the classroom, and are proud...

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Real Ale arrives in Notting Hill for spring 2019.

Real Ale arrives in Notting Hill for spring 2019.

Independent London retailer specialising in craft beer, natural wine, cider and spirits from small producers is set to open its third and largest shop and taproom on Golborne Road, Notting Hill in March 2019. The new store will offer a rotating selection of beers and wines available on tap, with...

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The Friends of Holland Park Annual Art Exhibition 2019

The Friends of Holland Park Annual Art Exhibition 2019

Feature Artist: Ihor Ropyanyk   Saturday 6th April  1 – 6pm Sunday 7th – Sunday 14th April 10.30am – 6pm OPEN DAILY – FREE ADMISSION   The Orangery, Holland Park, Kensington, London W8 6LU Now in its 38th year, The Friends of Holland Park again hold their annual art exhibition...

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Where have all the houses gone ?

Where have all the houses gone ?

Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, has set a target for building 65,000 new homes each year with half of these to be “affordable”. In 2017, 39,650 new dwellings were built within Greater London. That’s 25,350 less than the target. Over the last ten years the average completions have been around...

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Mamounia Lounge in Knightsbridge launches new a la carte menu

Mamounia Lounge in Knightsbridge launches new a la carte menu

Middle Eastern restaurant and cocktail bar, Mamounia Lounge, located in the heart of Kensington and Chelsea’s Knightsbridge has unveiled a new A La Carte menu – and the food is divine! The new offering combines the venue’s traditional Moroccan and Lebanese cooking with contemporary flavours and serves many of the...

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