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London: A Love Letter

I’m currently sitting on a bench at the South Bank and I don’t know how I feel. I’m surrounded by the quintessential landmarks of London: Big Ben and Westminster Abbey are to my left, The […]

Borough Market & Southwark Cathedral

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If you love food, have ever been to London, and you haven’t visited Borough Market yet, you are basically missing your chance at heaven on Earth. For some of you, that may sound like an […]

Custard Cream woes

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To Whoever leaves broken Custard Creams on our windowsill every morning – We will catch you. Not Today. But soon. Time to set up a Custard Cream Crumb Cam perhaps? For updates or if you […]

Saved: the old concrete house of Dulwich

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In 2009, Lorenzo Ali investigated one of Dulwich’s architectural curiosities – The Concrete House. The Grade II listed building, was built in 1873 by Charles Drake, using his cutting edge Patent “concrete builder”. It represents surviving […]

Southwark launches new cycle loan scheme

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Southwark Council is launching a new cycle loan scheme to encourage more people to cycle. The scheme, launched in partnership with TfL and London Cycling Campaign (LCC), is open to anyone aged 16 and over, […]

Floral Fixation: A Day at Jamie Aston’s

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Ever since I can remember, I’ve had an undying fascination with flowers. If I think far back enough, I believe it started with a book my mother gave me when I first learned to read, […]

Little Nan’s

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Little Nan has to be the most sociable and welcoming nan around. She is always having people round to her place. After a while making a home in Deptford, she now pops up in South […]

Moving to London – What you need to remember to Organise

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So, you’re moving to a new city? Well, what a city? London! The UK’s capital is a crazy place and one of the most daunting on the planet, especially if you’re not used to a […]

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