Chestertons gives away 1000 tickets to see historic match at Lord’s cricket grounds

Chestertons gives away 1000 tickets to see historic match at Lord’s cricket grounds

Chestertons, one of London’s top estate agents, is giving away 1,000 tickets to see a historic match at Lord’s Cricket Ground to celebrate its new sponsorship of women’s cricket at Middlesex Cricket.   On Tuesday 24 April Middlesex Women will play a Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) side captained by former...

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Who will replace Antonio Conte this summer?

Who will replace Antonio Conte this summer?

It is a damning reflection of the culture at Chelsea Football Club that rumours are already surfacing as to who will be replacing Antonio Conte this Summer. A mere 11 months ago, Conte was stood pitch side at The Hawthorns watching his team clinch an assured 1-0 win over West...

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The Six Nations tournament starting in early February

The Six Nations tournament starting in early February

Take England, the current champions, they have had so many injuries that they are not in a position to give debuts to new exciting talent. This means that the core of the team will be as last year. Eddie Jones, now enjoying his £1m a year (including bonuses) new contract,...

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A week to go until the London Classic Car Show

A week to go until the London Classic Car Show

From the Thursday the 15th until Sunday the 18th of Feburary, Excel London will open its doors to the fourth London Classic Car Show. There was a time not that long ago when car shows in the capital were few and far between. More than 800 cars are expected to be there....

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The Six Nations tournament has never been so open

The Six Nations tournament has never been so open

By Derek Wyatt Take England, the current champions, they have had so many injuries that they are not in a position to give debuts to new exciting talent. This means that the core of the team will be as last year. Eddie Jones, now enjoying his £1m a year (including...

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Getting Fit

Getting Fit

“CrossFit means understanding that fitness is a journey, recognising where you are on that path, and understanding how to move forward on that path as long as life allows you to.” CrossFit is a Millennial phenomenon: but there’s nothing technologically advanced about it. High-intensity, fullbody movements that obliterate the distinction...

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All smiles and cheers at this year’s ActiveWestminster Awards

All smiles and cheers at this year’s ActiveWestminster Awards

The ActiveWestminster Awards were celebrated in fine fashion this year. Held at the Lords, the Home of Cricket, the ground proved to be a fitting venue for the wide array of talent that was on display. Entering into the reception area, guests were greeted with the sweet euphony of Mariah...

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The noble art of fencing is a sport struggling for recognition

The noble art of fencing is a sport struggling for recognition

Fencing has a proud Olympic tradition in the UK dating back over one hundred years to when our men’s épée team won consecutive silver medals in the 1908 London and 1912 Stockholm games. Medals have however been relatively few and far between in the sport since. The painful statistic is...

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Ashes 2017 Preview

Ashes 2017 Preview

As both sides finalise their preparations for the first Ashes test match on the 23rd November at the Gabba in Brisbane, it is the Australian hosts who head into the series as firm favourites. Although going into the series as victors, it is the English side that have been the...

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Shock to the System: Electric Cars and the Future of the Automotive Industry

Shock to the System: Electric Cars and the Future of the Automotive Industry

Thomas Edison once proclaimed that “we will make electricity so cheap that only the rich will burn candles”. With exception to the Amish community, Edison’s prophecy came true for most households across the world. If only car manufacturers found it so easy. Tesla, arguably the world’s most famous electric car...

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