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Southerden Pastry Store, Peckham

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Peckham’s ‘gentrification’ continues, with the Bellenden Road area becoming more and more upmarket. Estate agents like to call it Bellenden Village to really drive those house prices up, but then most estate agents are, well, […]

Monthly Open Mic event at Blue Mountain Cafe

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Remember this article? I wrote the article a few weeks back to make you aware about my charity to help tackle bullying in schools and on the street. Mel Nugent, owner of the Blue Mountain Cafe, is […]

A British First: Emily Carr at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Like all art, the creation of an exhibit is beauty surrounded seemingly effortlessly by work. Last week, I had the opportunity to go behind the scenes at Dulwich Picture Gallery where an exhibit of the […]

Love West Dulwich Christmas Fair

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Love West Dulwich is planning another exciting event! Following the success of September’s Love West Dulwich’s launch day, plans for the inaugural Love West Dulwich Christmas Fair are in full swing. The Love West Dulwich Christmas […]

Susan Wadsworth : An Exhibition of new work‏

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From the 14th November to 26th November, Jeannie Avent Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new work by Susan Wadsworth. Susan is a local artist with a concern for the environment combined […]

How to Make your Home Cosy for Winter

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Winter and the period during the run up to Christmas are a fantastic period and one that for a lot of people is their favourite time of the year. Even though the weather outside tends […]

The beauty of living near independent bookshops

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I am giving you a break from sharing with you my participation in the judging of the Costa Biography Prize for three reasons. First, you probably have heard enough, second the process is at a […]

A Victorian Childhood

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The story of Emily Carr is, outside Canada at least, one of the great unrecounted tales in 20th-century painting, a chronicle of struggle, adversity and ultimate triumph over the most inauspicious circumstances for making art […]

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