Chelsea Antiques Fair Returns Following Town Hall Refurbishment

Chelsea Antiques Fair Returns Following Town Hall Refurbishment

The Chelsea Antiques Fair takes place from 20th – 24th March and returns to its venerable King’s Road venue, Chelsea Old Town Hall, after a year’s absence when the hall been restored and redecorated. ‘This has been the first time since 1950 that the fair has taken a break,’ explains...

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New Local Charity Supporting Children and Young People with Complex Educational Needs and Disabilities

New Local Charity Supporting Children and Young People with Complex Educational Needs and Disabilities

Children and young people at the Federation of Westminster Special Schools (FWSS) are set to benefit from a new local charity. The FWSS Charity Fund has been established to raise funds to enhance the education of children and young people at the Federation’s special schools: College Park School (for children...

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Borough’s average council tax bills will stay the lowest in the UK

Borough’s average council tax bills will stay the lowest in the UK

Councillors last night approved the town hall’s budget plans for the next financial year which will see average council tax bills in Wandsworth remaining the lowest in the UK. The council’s long standing record of delivering high quality value for money public services is being retained despite the need to increase...

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AI in healthcare

AI in healthcare

A data-driven future is on healthcare’s horizon with ninety percent of NHS jobs set to require digital skills in the next twenty years. Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) could save 5.7m hours of GPs time across the country, according to a recent report led by Dr Eric Topol, Founder of...

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Communal Living in London

Communal Living in London

Renting in London, has become an arduous task. Five interested tenants to one empty property, selling your soul to live in a shed at the end of someone’s garden and never getting good value for money. The Office for National Statistics found that in 2017, 5% of British citizens experienced...

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The Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ)

The Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ)

The Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will come into existence two months from today (8th April 2019)  in London and FSB are keen to see that the Mayor ramps up his efforts to communicate the scheme to small businesses. Recent data showed that Over 4 out of 10 (41 per cent)...

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Nine Elms-Pimlico Bridge options

Nine Elms-Pimlico Bridge options

Westminster Labour Councillors have responded to Wandsworth Council’s decision on its ‘preferred option’ for the location of a proposed Nine Elms-Pimlico bridge. As confirmed  in a report by ‘The Evening Standard’ and on the Bridge’s official website, Wandsworth Council has chosen the option linking Battersea Power Station on the south...

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Plus One Gallery celebrate 50 years of Realism with exhibition in Brazil

Plus One Gallery celebrate 50 years of Realism with exhibition in Brazil

The aim of ’50 Years of Realism – From Photorealism to Virtual Reality’ is to present to the Brazilian audience a rich exhibition of a few contemporary hyperrealist artists working today, some of whom are showing their work in Brazil for the first time. The exhibition includes works by some...

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North End Road seasonal market bags Great British Market Award

North End Road seasonal market bags Great British Market Award

Fulham’s North End Road Market has been named the best in the country at the Great British Market Awards. The borough’s historic, 131-year-old seasonal market dates back to 1880 and is one of London’s busiest; fighting off stiff competition for the ‘Best Community/Parish Market’ gong this year. It scored the...

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Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art

The Royal College of Art today unveiled plans for its biggest expansion in its 182-year history. All across Britain, falling applications are causing universities to ‘streamline’ their courses. Mainly this process consists of the ruthless culling and dumbing down of art subjects which, obviously, don’t fit into the new concept...

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