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Royal Geographical Society ~ not just for members

Founded in 1830, the Royal Geographical Society is dedicated to the development and promotion of geographical knowledge, together with its application to the challenges facing society and the environment.   522 more words

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Child poverty on the rise in the UK

By Nivine Arafa

There are over 3.5 million children living in poverty in the UK today. That’s more than one in four children.  66% of children living in the poverty line are in families where at least one member works. 431 more words

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An award-winning week

It’s been a week of accolades at BHDR – with two really great prizes coming our way.

We’re just thrilled to have been named Best Restaurant for West London (Shepherd’s Bush) in… 90 more words

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You win some, you dim sum

I’d always heard of dim sum for brunch being a “thing” but hadn’t had a chance to try it out.

I remember Hakkasan doing a brunch deal which was on my radar last year, but I carried on booking then having to cancel it for various annoying reasons (work, double-booking myself, more work). 571 more words

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Food Hygiene Ratings on the up for Yiewsley and West Drayton cafes

By Amita Joshi

Over half of Yiewsley and West Drayton’s restaurants and takeaways have been given a 5 star food hygiene rating.

The Food Standards Agency has inspected 64 establishments this year, with 32 being given the highest possible scoring. 521 more words

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London Street Photography: An interview with Nicola Ferrara

By Amita Joshi

I was stood at Oxford Circus waiting for a friend to arrive and aimlessly scrolling through the Twitter feed when suddenly, to the left of me, a group burst into breakdance, with RUN DMC blaring through a portable radio. 790 more words

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