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Poetry Event at Foyles, Bristol

Yes! To celebrate National Poetry Day (2nd October), and being a National Poetry Day Ambassador, I am holding a fun poetry event for ALL AGES at Foyles, 6, Quakers Friars, Cabot Circus, Bristol, on the Saturday, 4th October. 78 more words


Book Review : Quiet London (Culture) by Siobhan Wall (Frances Lincoln Publishers)

Siobhan Wall has been  the leading light of the ‘Quiet’ revolution which seeks to find peaceful and tranquil places in many major cities.

The success of the original Quiet London has led the author to produce three new Quiet London books which concentrate on particular areas. 518 more words

London Book Review - Non Fiction

Rediscovering Virginia Woolf at the NPG

- and also having a lovely day out in London!

Yes, I managed to escape for a day to the Big City and had a wonderful time taking in an exhibition, shopping and lunching. 1,411 more words

Late night coffee shops in London

People often ask me for the best places to work in Central London, especially in the evenings. After three consecutive years of studying for the CFA and a year working remote, I definitely have some favourites: 242 more words

Closer To Home


Brian Pead  was arrested unlawfully on dubious charges on 15 May 2014 and has been moved to six prisons since. Known as ‘ghosting’, this is a despicable part of the fabric of the penal system for as long as prison watchers can remember. 293 more words

McKenzie Friend

Foyles of Charing Cross

I’ve been meaning to visit some of the big bookshops of London for a while now. A few months ago I went to Oxford and visited Blackwells – mum and I both came out well weighted down with books! 596 more words