Young Travel Photographers Competition opens for entries

Do you have children who love taking charge of the camera on your travels? If so, then the Young Travel Photographers Competition is perfect for getting them ‘snap happy’ wherever your adventures take you. Created and organised by the Family Travel Show, this exciting new photography competition has one simple...

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Planned strike by Tube unions suspended as talks continue

The strike by the RMT, TSSA and UNITE unions that was set to disrupt Tube services this week has been suspended, London Underground (LU) has confirmed. The suspension comes following two weeks of constructive talks between LU and unions. LU remains operationally ready to start the Night Tube on 12...

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EU Leaders Invited to Further Strengthen European Unity via Interrail

Following the confirmation of Greece’s future in the Eurozone, Interrail is extending an open invitation to current EU leaders to embark on an Interrail journey to continue to build on the spirit of European unity and live the “United in Diversity” motto of the European Union. Mr. Boselli emphasises, “By...

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12 K by square M

A square metre of space in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea now retails at an average price of just under £12,000, making it six times the national average. This means a person buying just one property in the Royal Borough, could afford to purchase half a dozen properties in...

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Travel advice for underground unions and road users should this week’s planned strikes by Tube unions go ahead

Transport for London (TfL) is reminding Tube customers of the measures being taken to help keep them informed and get around the city should the planned strike by some of the Tube unions go ahead this week. Although constructive talks aimed at resolving the dispute continue today, customers are advised that,...

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Global shares plunge as markets panic over Chinese meltdown

Stock markets in London, Paris and Frankfurt have fallen sharply as fears of a Chinese economic slowdown continue to haunt investors. London’s FTSE 100 index was down by 2.6% in morning trade, with major markets in France and Germany also falling by a similar amount. Shares in Asia were hit...

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London revealed as Europe’s most congested city

INRIX, a leading provider of real-time traffic information and connected driving services, has published its Traffic Scorecard Report revealing UK drivers wasted an average of 30 hours in congestion during 2014. The UK climbed one place to fifth in the list of Europe’s most congested countries, although UK motorists spent...

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The Royal Parks Foundation takes wellbeing to the masses

  The Royal Parks Foundation is excited to be partnering with Yeotown Yoga to bring health, happiness and wellbeing to the masses in the heart of London’s beautiful Hyde Park. Launched last April and continuing until November this year, the wellbeing series includes a balanced mix of workshops including yoga,...

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Travel advice for customers and road users should next week’s planned strikes by Tube unions go ahead

Transport for London (TfL) has today advised Tube customers of the measures being taken to help keep them informed and get around the city should the planned strike by some of the Tube unions go ahead next week. Although constructive talks aimed at resolving the dispute are continuing, customers are...

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Bursary and studio space for young artist

A young, up-and-coming artist has been awarded a three-year bursary and studio space as part of the Council’s artists’ studio programme. The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and Chelsea Arts Club Trust announced two new bursary schemes, one for visual artists and one for fashion designers, earlier this year....

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