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The Parkland Walk vs. The Garden Bridge

Hidden away behind Finsbury Park in North London lies one of the city’s hidden gems, the Parkland Walk. Following the path of an old high-line railway, the Parkland Walk is four and half miles of lush greenery. 585 more words

Culture

the day the swifts came back

May’s been a funny old month. Colder than March, some days. Full of brisk winds and heavy storms that stripped the blossom off the trees in my street before I’d barely had time to stop and appreciate it. 300 more words

London Parks And Gardens

Was driving back to London, and we drove under this red arched bridge in North London with a stella view, and i thought “Shit I need to Peak that”, so I asked the fam if they knew the name of the street. 72 more words

Bricks And Metal

Feast Muswell Hill - a little brunch from the past.

What’s better than a bit of brunch in the am/pm? Food at any time of the day is pretty damn good, but a weekend breakfast is especially wonderful when it’s smothered in maple syrup and fruit, accompanied with a great coffee and company. 99 more words

London

My own, personal Mr Millane

Having new kitchen and bathroom installed. The gentleman fitting them, and he is a gentleman, is Bulgarian. His name is Piotr. He is diligent, and he is a perfectionist. 268 more words

North London

Franchise Success Story

I started Movers and Shakers back in 2009, and it became such a huge success story in my local area that I wanted to expand. After doing some research I decided that a franchise model was the best way to achieve this, but I wanted to make sure that any potential franchisees would be able to replicate my success in their own area. 946 more words

Franchise

The Little Viet Kitchen, Islington

I used to think I was a pretty good cook; not the kind that’s good enough to work in a restaurant but the kind that can throw together a meal without breaking into a sweat. 927 more words

Eating Out