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A Moment in London’s History - The London Beer Flood of 1814...

For some it sounds like a dream come true but what is known as the London Beer Flood of 17th October, 1814, was a very real tragedy, leaving eight dead in its wake. 283 more words


Coffee and cake

My favourite London spots for Coffee and cake. If you find yourselves in this brilliant city give a few of those a go.


Living with someone who suffers from a mental health illness

By Bethany Clark

A Brunel University student gives her first-hand account of what it is like to live with someone who suffers from a mental health illness. 673 more words


Striking London midwives make history

By Pippa Allen-Kinross & Alasdair Lane

For the first time in their 133 year history, members of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) took to picket lines on Monday morning, joining colleagues from across the health service in the ongoing dispute over salaries and working conditions. 793 more words


#LondonAdventure no41 Life Drawing in Fulham

Of late, I’ve been living in a little Fulhamite bubble.  A recent job move means I’ve not had to leave West London for anything in a while.  382 more words


The Green Grassroots

2014-10-12 | by Thomas Rosecky

It is Tuesday evening, and about a dozen people, all roughly in their twenties and thirties, have gathered in a secluded room of an inconspicuous pub in West Kensington, London. 622 more words