Dining Out: Koshary Kitchen

Dining Out: Koshary Kitchen

https://www.kosharykitchen.com/ When Ramy Amir started writing his dissertation on the rise of street food in the UK, few could have imagined that he too would one day be contributing to this rise. Besotted with the capital’s diverse and multi-cultural cuisine, the savvy food entrepreneur sought to bring about popular dishes...

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The Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair Goes Nautical Autumn Fair 3-8 October 2017

The Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair Goes Nautical Autumn Fair 3-8 October 2017

London’s chicest, and largest, antiques and period design event, the Autumn 2017 Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair (3-8 October at Battersea Park London) has sailed in with a nautical tack. The Autumn Decorative Fair is a high point of the Design Season for interior decorators. With more than 160 exhibitors...

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Danish Pizzeria arrives at Battersea Power Station with a bang

Danish Pizzeria arrives at Battersea Power Station with a bang

On Saturday 29th, Mother Pizza opened their first UK location at the Battersea Power Station. People queued in the rain throughout the day for their first taste of the Danish company’s free pizza slice handouts. Owner David Biffani said they had prepared for 2,000 pizzas. It may not have been...

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Battersea Dogs & Cats Home launches tougher sentences for animal cruelty campaign

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home launches tougher sentences for animal cruelty campaign

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home has launched a major campaign calling for harsher punishments for people who seriously abuse animals. The maximum sentence for even the most extreme cases of animal cruelty in England and Wales is six months in prison, the lowest across Europe, the United States and Australia....

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Battersea weighs in on Greyhound welfare

Battersea weighs in on Greyhound welfare

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is now campaigning for change on Greyhound welfare. In a drop-in session on Tuesday 17 January in Westminster, hosted by MP Angela Smith, member of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee, and the welfare member of the Greyhound Forum,  charities gathered to discuss the...

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Volunteers helping to ‘Link Up’ Battersea

Link Up Battersea, a multi-purpose charity founded by the Katherine Low Settlement in 2015 which works towards tackling poverty and building a stronger community in Battersea and Wandsworth, currently provides prospects for volunteers and charities to make a contribution to the local community.   In the past, there have been...

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The Spring Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair returns to Battersea

The Decorative Fair runs three times a year, and brings together 150 exhibitors from the UK and Europe offering a wealth of unusual period design, 20th century classics and eccentric accessories, mixed with fine and decorative antiques and garden design.  Works of art from the ancient to the contemporary, including...

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London celebrates arrival of two new commuter boats after 15,000 mile journey from Australia

Two new high speed catamarans that have travelled over 15,000 miles from where they were built in Tasmania, Australia, have today arrived in their new home the River Thames in central London. The £6.5 million investment in new fleet by owners, MBNA Thames Clippers, represents a significant enhancement to London’s...

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BATTERSEA POWER STATION TO PARTNER WITH BATTERSEA ARTS CENTRE

Battersea Power Station Development Company (“BPSDC”) announces its partnership with Battersea Arts Centre (BAC). During next year onwards BAC will work with Battersea Power Station to develop the new Village Hall in Circus West (the first phase of the construction development at the Power Station). The new Village Hall is...

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Battersea Arts Centre damaged in raging fire

Battersea Arts Centre is slowly recovering from the devastating fire that broke out in the venue last Friday. The historic centre suffered great damages and saw its Grand Hall completely destroyed. Severe damages were also done to the back of the building in the Lower Hall. Luckily, no people were...

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