Support the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity with Father and Son day

This week, fathers and sons are teaming up to help raise awareness around male cancers and to raise money in support of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. Father and Son Day was set up by Daniel Marks and Jack Dyson, two friends who have both survived testicular cancer, and whose...

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New Year’s eve starts with a bang

For the second year running, people wanting to watch the Mayor of London’s New Year’s Eve fireworks celebrations will need a ticket, following a successful trial in 2014. To help those coming from far away, or needing to plan ahead, a limited number of tickets are being released to the...

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InTRANSIT festival pulls into Kensington and Chelsea

A dazzling programme of theatre, dance, art and music will take over the streets and iconic buildings of Kensington and Chelsea this summer with the return of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s InTRANSIT Festival (from Friday 19 to Sunday 28 June). Curated and produced by O’Neill/Ross, the festival...

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Harrods Estates unveils new wetlands-based project

Leading prime London estate agent, Harrods Estates is proud to offer a delightful double fronted six bedroom house set within the popular Barnes Waterside development, SW13. Having undergone extensive refurbishment, the 6,321 sq. ft. elegant residence features stunning views across the 120 acre Wetland Nature Reserve and is ideal for...

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Local residents and parents fight to save Marlborough Primary School building

Marlborough Primary School, located in Draycott Avenue by Sloane Square, looks set to be demolished and rebuilt despite a petition set up to fight the plans. The Victorian style building was constructed in 1878 and has been a place of learning for children since it first stood. The school will...

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Portobello 150th anniversary

World-famous Portobello Market celebrated its 150-year anniversary this year. In commemoration, a special event was held on Saturday 30th May, with attractions including a costumed performance of Victorian songs by Radio Days Music, and a display of antique bicycles from the Veteran Cycle Club. The market began in the 1860s,...

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Escape To A Subtropical Roof Garden In The Heart Of London At John Lewis Oxford Street

Award-winning landscape garden designers, Garden Club London, have collaborated with John Lewis Oxford Street for the second year running to create a roof top garden away from the hustle and bustle below.  Garden Club London carefully planted over 40 different plant species to transport visitors out of London into a...

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Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair returns to Olympia

Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair Dates: 18-28 June 2015 Venue: Olympia London   Celebrating its 43rd year, Olympia is London’s original art and antiques fair. It brings together a collection of the world’s leading dealers and is attended by seasoned collectors, first time buyers, casual art and antique lovers...

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Community-focused film competition ‘Love Living in’ offers £1,000 top prize

Property specialist Leaders is running a film competition, Love Living in, which shines a spotlight on what it is that makes the place people call home special. Leaders’ marketing manager, Alison Guyton, says: “Every town, city, village and suburb is different; made up of a unique assortment of people, streets,...

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Magna Carta changed the world, David Cameron tells 800th anniversary event

Magna Carta went on to change the world, Prime Minister David Cameron has said, at an event marking the 800th anniversary of the document that heralded modern democracy. He was speaking at a ceremony at Runnymede in Surrey, close to the River Thames, where King John of England sealed the...

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