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How To Celebrate The Royal Wedding

While we might not be getting an extra bank holiday for next month’s royal wedding, there’s still plenty to celebrate. Prince Harry’s nuptials are guaranteed to be a right royal booze up – and us commoners shouldn’t have to miss out on the fun. If your invite is still in the post there’s plenty going…

UK Coffee Week – Where To Find Your Caffeine Fix

With a report last year finding that coffee could be our new superfood, there’s never been a better time to get your fix. This month especially there’s even more reason to embrace your caffeine cravings, with UK Coffee Week taking place from 16-22 April. As well as the dozens of activities taking place across the…

Easter Weekend In London – Our Top Tips

It’s the first bank holiday since the Christmas period and we couldn’t be more ready for it. With four days off and hopefully the worst of the weather behind us, Easter is the perfect time to catch up with friends and family, and enjoy some quality me-time! As ever, there’s no shortage of things to do in…

St Patrick's Day in London

Best Ways To Spend St Patrick’s Day in London – Our Picks

The Irish are renowned for hosting a great party. Even if you’ve never stepped foot on the Emerald Isle, St Patrick’s Day is still a great excuse to celebrate. This year the holiday falls on a Saturday, so there’s no excuse not to get involved! Whether it’s your first time or one of many, here’s…

The Magic Of Boxing Day

A lot of us wake up on the 25th December expecting a day full of festive fun – unwrapping presents next to the tree, clinking glasses over a mouth-watering meal and spending the afternoon in front of golden Xmas telly. Sometimes though, it can end up a little more hectic than planned! If producing the…

Alternative Ways To Spend Christmas Day – Our Top Picks

The build-up to Christmas seems to go on and on, but have you ever felt that the day itself is a bit of a let down? If you’re stuck in a festive rut, why not try something a bit different this year? Here are our top five alternative ways to spend Christmas Day.   Volunteer While…

The Lifecycle of Friendship

Having friends is one of life’s great joys and it’s something that many young people take for granted, but recent research by Loose Ends, an app designed to return the ‘social’ to social media, has revealed how friendships change as we age, and provides a clue as to why loneliness is a consistently growing problem….

Quilombero, E1: Italian, Argentinian cuisine

The area around East India Docks is a bit of a no man’s land, but bringing it some much-needed light, colour and flavour is Quilombero. The menu is short and snappy, and we start with a hefty plate of charcuterie, including speck and mortadella [£12.50], accompanied by an intense Guinness mayo. We also try one…

Squirrel, SW3: Healthy eating trend

At first glance, the bright, green and white entrance, counter brimming with glossy-looking ingredients and chiller cabinet full of detox drinks place Squirrel firmly in the same category as similar healthy lunch spots Tossed, Crussh, or Leon. ‘Mains’ – a range of salads devised by nutritionists, portions are incredibly generous, ingredients are high quality, and…

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