Public Outcry over proposed Holocaust Memorial

Public Outcry over proposed Holocaust Memorial

Updated plans for a Holocaust Memorial beside Westminster Palace have been attacked by campaigners who say it will waste millions of pounds. Critics say the Grade II*-listed Victoria Tower Gardens is the wrong location for the proposed learning centre with entrance pavilion, and courtyard. The Government’s updated plans, which reduce...

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Extinction Rebellion and young people lead anti-climate change activist movement

Extinction Rebellion and young people lead anti-climate change activist movement

With climate change being one of the biggest global issues in the world right now, activist organisation  ‘Extinction Rebellion’ are drawing attention to the issue, with significant protests.      The organisation was set up in September 2018 and has brought huge amounts of media coverage and public support to the...

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Bupa Cromwell Hospital launches exclusive working partnerships with  Book-a-Jet and the Athenaeum Hotel.

Bupa Cromwell Hospital launches exclusive working partnerships with Book-a-Jet and the Athenaeum Hotel.

One of London’s most prestigious private healthcare institutions Bupa Cromwell Hospital has today announced a new three-way partnership to further enhance its high-level service and exceptional standards of care. The Kensington-based hospital has teamed up with one of the UK’s leading independent private jet charter and management operators, BookaJet and...

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Number 90 Bar and Restaurant review

Number 90 Bar and Restaurant review

As we sat on the riverside terrace of this Hackney Wick bar, me and my friend though to ourselves this is about as quintessentially Hackney as one can imagine. Inside, the graffiti, plants, ‘female identifying toilets’ and mismatch of wooden tables brought the warehouse-type venue space to life. Whilst I...

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The British and Continental Pictures Auction on the 17th April at Olympia Auctions

The British and Continental Pictures Auction on the 17th April at Olympia Auctions

The British and Continental Pictures Auction on the 17th April at Olympia Auctions (www.OlympiaAuctions.com), is particularly strong in modern British pictures with works by exponents in the field including Augustus John, John Bratby, Anne Redpath and Dame Laura Knight. Works also for sale by lesser known figures such as Harry...

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Ashbourne College exhibit students art in evening of creativity

Ashbourne College exhibit students art in evening of creativity

The Creative Arts event, hosted by Ashbourne College exhibited pupils work on the 26th March, displaying everything from fashion and textiles to  graphics and fine art. The students, who have been working on these projects for the whole year, proudly showed off their hard work to over 150 guests. Those...

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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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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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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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Brits almost twice as likely to recognise male Classical Composers compared with females

Brits almost twice as likely to recognise male Classical Composers compared with females

New research released today by the Royal Albert Hall has revealed that Brits are nearly twice as likely to recognise a famous male classical composer, compared to their female counterparts. The study shows that the top 10 classical composers most recognised by Brits are all male, with Mozart (recognised by 70...

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