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Before being diagnosed with Coeliac disease, I was a Theo’s regular even attending their opening night, so I absolutely was gutted when I had to stop eating there. 208 more words


2nd February 2017: River Peck and the Earl's Sluice

The starting point of this south London trail was known to several of us. The Honor Oak had long been a key point in Camberwell; there Queen Elizabeth I joined in may dancing in 1602. 367 more words



Stepping into Legacy, the Scandinavian-inspired interior already made me excited for the food that we’re about to have. There is a communal table when you first enter at the cafe, but we were sat at one of the tables towards the back, providing just a tad more privacy. 255 more words


SE5: All's Well

SE5 is Camberwell. This was once quite an entertainment centre. Not now. Today it is a major focus for buses, but it has been unserved by rail transport for a hundred years despite there being a line almost through its centre. 3,061 more words

London Walks

Motu Indian Kitchen - Deliveroo

I’d heard great things about Motu Indian Kitchen from other food bloggers so when I was faced with another freezing night, I thought I’d give it a go. 212 more words


Dulwich Mill Pond

14 April 2015 • Looking at the view, it is hard to realise that this tranquil scene is only yards from a very busy thoroughfare – the South Circular Road. 70 more words


Transition? You are not alone

Looking out the tram window, I panicked.

Oh no! That was my stop! Quickly, I pulled the cord, high above my head, but it was too late. 821 more words