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Kingston upon Thames, The Royal Borough

When the sun is out and shining on London, the whole city becomes buzzing with happy people. Living in west London has the advantages of being in the city, yet surrounded with beautiful greeneries. 213 more words


North Acton

North Acton station first opened on the Central London Railway on 5th November 1923. Mainline rail services had already been stopping here since 1904 on the New North Mainline, which linked the Great Western Main Line and its services out of Paddington and the Chiltern Main Line services out of Marylebone. 543 more words

Underground Stations

I wanted to go out and change the world but I couldn’t find a babysitter – musings and opinions from the second half of my life.

My problems is that although physically I’m aging daily and gravity, wrinkles, weight gain, mental speed, rate of recovery after a few glasses of vino all unquestionably indicate I’m well passed my first half, then mentally I’m still stuck at around 35. 275 more words


MP reassures residents over terror threat

By Julie Valeur

MP Sir John Randall has sounded a message of reassurance to residents in his constituency who may fear a terror attack.

“The statistics are the same as being hit by lightening,” said Sir John, speaking in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris. 202 more words


West is Best! Heading to West for Cocktails and Lobster

So on Thursday I ventured out West to Trailer Happiness and then West Thirty Six, longer review of West Thirty six to follow..

Thursday was another warm evening, the pink clouds and colour pop houses were a  combination to pop a smile on my face. 1,033 more words


Dim Sum at E&O in Notting Hill

Well this restaurant come bar was a bloody winner, I can’t get the black cod and prawn dumplings out of my head, I need to go back! 178 more words


Her, Curious

Simmering intensity
troubles her bronze skin.
Her air effervescent,
spitting shocks
of paralysing awkwardness.

Her mannerisms polar,
atop a liberal-traditional swing.
Her harness religion,
restricting exploration, 100 more words

J.C. FitzDerick