Once a tatty and seedy neighbourhood whose main merit was its train and coach stations, southwest London’s Victoria’s now a place fit for a queen. 489 more words
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Tompion and the Golden Age: English Clocks 1675-1725 at Howard Walwyn Fine Antique Clocks, 123 Kensington Church Street, W8 7LP, until 14th December
To mark the opening of his new gallery leading antique clock specialist Howard Walwyn hosts an exhibition Tompion and the Golden Age which also marks the three hundredth anniversary of Thomas Tompion’s death in November 1713. 421 more words
Walk, the magazine of the Ramblers.
Walk had the following review of 1066 Harold’s Way in their just published Winter edition.
“The 1066 Harold’s Way is a new 100-mile walking route from Westminster Abbey to Battle Abbey in East Sussex and traces the likely route taken by King Harold to the Battle of Hastings. 63 more words