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Notting Hill Carnival

I’ve been to Notting Hill Carnival a few years running now (after I stopped going to Reading Festival..). It’s certainly colourful, although you have to get there pretty early if you want a good spot to catch the parade from. 82 more words

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Review: Lunch at Sackville's, Mayfair

Sackville’s, Mayfair, opened on 16th July and isn’t quite known yet. And I don’t really understand why! I was welcomed to attend for a review recently, and the top line notes are that the food was great, cocktails delicious, the staff personable and I’ll certainly be back for a non-review experience first chance I get. 519 more words

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MATT'S HOUSE

 Artwork by @mystupidsketchbook

WHO are they?
Joe Herman – Vocals and Electric Guitar
Matt Merriman – Drums
Jai Durban – Bass
Nick Babic – Electric Guitar… 474 more words

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The Far West: an eye on Brentford and Richmond

Hooray! London is your oyster is back with some news from London! After a good summer nap I went to London for a few days and discovered a whole area that really surprised me (in a good way). 348 more words

London

Review feature - Kidzania at Westfield London

A couple of weeks ago KidZania invited us to come along and visit their recently opened attraction at the Westfield Centre in West London.

Now you… 1,906 more words

Reviews

Storeys, WHITE CITY (W12)

Ange: White City isn’t exactly known for its culture and/or nightlife, so when I heard about Storeys I was both cynical and excited. We headed down for opening night. 566 more words

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 The Red Coats of Chelsea

The Chelsea Pensioners are one of the first things people think of when the name ‘Chelsea’ is mentioned, alongside the flower show and reality TV programme. 650 more words