Category Archives: 5 Things To Do Today

August 21

5 unusual things to do and see in Rome

August 21

5 things to do with pork #jamieoliver #cooking

August 21

5 things to do with potatoes #cooking #JamieOliver

August 21

5. Understand the Grading for the new GCSE science qualifications #GCSE #GCSEscience #Education

The new GCSE science qualifications can be taken in different ways – students can take single GCSEs in one or more of biology, chemistry and physics, or they can take a double GCSE in combined science. Students who take combined science will study all three sciences and they’ll cover roughly two thirds of the content […]

August 21

4. GCSE results day: 20 ways to celebrate in and around Surrey — Surrey Enterprise Business School #GCSEresults2018 #GCSE

From theme parks to laser quest, here are some of our great suggestions on how to celebrate your GCSEs in style from Surrey Live – News https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/whats-on/family-kids-news/gcses-20-ways-celebrate-your-9887815 via GCSE results day: 20 ways to celebrate in and around Surrey — Surrey Enterprise Business School

August 21

3. A student’s guide to GCSE Results Day —

On Thursday 23rd August, thousands of students will receive their GCSE results. These results will affect your decisions on what to do next and it is important for you to consider your options carefully and seek careers advice where appropriate. Before GCSE results day… As the day approaches, try not to worry too much. Make […] […]

August 21

2. GCSE results day: what to expect | Cath Jadhav #GCSEresults2018 #GCSE

GCSE results will be published on Thursday. This is the second year of results for reformed GCSEs in England and this year around 90% of the results issued will be for reformed 9 to 1 GCSEs. That means many students will have all 9 to 1 grades on their certificates, but others will still have […] […]

August 21

1. Do exam results define me? 5 top tips for supporting your teenager on exam results day. #GCSEresults2018 #GCSE

August. Every Teenager in the U.K. has a love/hate relationship with the month of August don’t they? This is because, teenagers aged 16 will be awaiting their GCSE (high school) results whilst older teenagers will be awaiting their A Level results. After such a long summer either partying at a festival, holidaying with friends or […]

August 21

5 Things To Do Every Day to Keep Your House Clean and Organized

I have two toddlers. And two dogs, a cat, and a husband. I could spend all day scrubbing and sweeping to keep my house as clean as I would like it to be. But I would rather spend my time playing and learning and having fun with my kids, so I don’t. Instead, I concentrate […]

August 21

5 THINGS TO DO FOR YOUR SKIN RIGHT NOW

I have always loved skincare since my younger teenage years – I guess it all started when my elder sister started working and splurged on expensive products in which I would secretly try out myself (sssshhh, don’t tell her). As I watched her skin glow, I knew that as I got older, skincare was going […]

August 21

5 Fun Things To Do in Weymouth for Kids Including the Sea Life Adventure VIP Experience #Dorset #Weymouth #Travel

Weymouth is a stunning seaside town in Dorset and there are many things to do in Weymouth for all the family. We recently stayed at Waterside Holiday Park & Spa which is a 5* resort. The weather was glorious and we will certainly be going back at some point – this was our second visit! […]

August 19

5 Things to do in North Yorkshire with Kids #Travel #Yorkshire

North Yorkshire the home of the Forbidden Corner, York, Williams Den, Fountains Abbey and Niddfest. Here are 5 Things to do in North Yorkshire with kids. *NB 5 Things to do in North Yorkshire Post created in collaboration with Ingrid Flute’s Yorkshire Holiday Cottages Read More

August 19

5 fantastic things to do in Anglesey with kids #Anglesey #Travel #Wales

We are lucky to visit the beautiful Isle of Anglesey frequently. Anglesey is very family friendly so I thought I would share with you my top 5 things to do in Anglesey with kids, along with some suggestions of places to stay and eat. Anglesey weather might be as unpredictable as the rest of the […]

August 18

5 things to do today by Danventure Travels #Travel #Life #Inspiration

1 – Take a moment to be grateful for what I have. 2 – Tell the people in my life I love them. 3 – Do some form of physical activity – not only is it good for my physical well being, but my mental well being as well. 4 – Learn at least one […]

August 18

Top 5 things to do in Vienna #Austria #Travel

August 18

Top 5 things to do in Tokyo #Travel #Tokyo

August 18

Paris : 5 of The Best Things To Do #Paris #Travel #France

Paris, the city of lights so-called because of the leading role it played during the Age of Enlightenment is a city that has enthralled and enchanted tourists for many years. Known throughout as one of the most, if not the most romantic city in the world, Paris has had many people under its spell for […]

August 18

5 Fun Things To Do In Doolin Ireland #Travel

Are you looking for the best things to do in Doolin Ireland? If so, you have come to the to the right place! Doolin is situated in County Clare, in the western mid-section of Ireland on the Atlantic Ocean, along the Wild Atlantic Way, so it boasts super epic vistas. Located three hours from Dublin, […]

August 18

The Westbury Hotel and 5 cool things to do in Dublin #Ireland #Travel

August 18

5 Things To Do In Kenya #Africa #Travel

The East African nation of Kenya is loved and visited by many from different parts of the world, who enter the country to see the vast wildlife on offer, the beautiful Kenyan culture, the rich beaches and interact with the Masai people. However, Kenya has so much to offer and so many activities for tourists […]

August 18

5 Things to do Today to Become a Better Manager

As a manager, you wear many hats. In fact, you wear ten hats if you ask Henry Mintzberg. However, today’s post talks about you and your team in terms of how you manage them. It’s a humongous topic! So, I’ve tried my best to condense it down to just 5 tips that should help you […]

August 17

TOP 5 THINGS TO DO IN LYON | FRANCE #Lyon #France #Travel

August 17

4. Dine at Chakra Riverside – Kingston Upon Thames #Kingston #Travel #London

Kensington’s award-winning Indian restaurant Chakra arrives in Kingston-upon-Thames. Known for giving traditional Indian flavours a contemporary twist, Chakra Riverside offers its upscale Indian dishes with beautiful views of the River Thames. Read More from JustopenedLondon.  

August 17

3. Dine at Union Street Cafe by Gordon Ramsay #London #Food #GordonRamsay

Union Street Café located in Southwark is a lively urban restaurant and bar in central London offering quality Italian artisan foods. Book a table for friends, family or colleagues or hire a private area for a bigger party and be the host with the most at the Southwark restaurant. Located beneath the restaurant, Union Street […]

August 17

2. Make Pasta At Union Street Cafe — INGLORIOUS FOODIES

When I think about pasta, it’s the type of food that suits nearly every style of meal possible. It can be used as comfort food, at a party or BBQ, a quick midweek meal and even as part of a fine dining experience. I love that something so simple can be created in so many […] […]

August 17

Top 5 things to do in Bolton #Bolton #Manchester

1.Bolton Market For a traditional Bolton shopping experience, this market is an award-winning, thriving and traditional market. You’ll find food to tempt your taste buds, the region’s best fish outlet and much more. Bolton Market was voted  Best Food Market at BBC Radio 4 Food and Farming Awards in 2011. More Information about Bolton Markets […]

August 17

Top 5 things to do in London September 2018

Check out these top five things to do in London in September 2018. As summer draws to a close, enjoy the last of the season’s events from outdoor cinema showings to the splendour of Buckingham Palace’s State Rooms and its 42-acre garden. Music lovers can enjoy the magic of the Last Night of the Proms […]

August 17

5 things to do when in Malaysia #Travel #Malaysia

Malaysia one of the South East Asia countries is a popular Tourist destination among Indians. I had a chance to visit this place too, it was again a short trip but fun. Most of us plan short getaways to any place so I thought let me share 5 must-dos when you visit the country. […] via […]

August 17

5 things about WordShark Number Shark #Games #Education @School

Back in the early nineties, the first edition of ‘Wordshark’ was the first of its kind to combine reading and spelling skills with computer games! Numbershark followed-on a few years later, to help with numeracy The games-based programs are sold by word of mouth and used in half of schools in the UK as well […]

August 17

1. Visit Galle – Only a three hour drive from Colombo, Galle offers a more laid-back, relaxed experience to Sri Lanka’s capital #Travel

Why Visit Galle, Sri Lanka Now? A vibrant and buzzy town with narrow streets and laneways, Galle, has a European feel with Portuguese, Dutch and British influences from its colonial past Interesting blend of historical monuments including 17th Century UNESCO listed Dutch fort with tropical beaches Whale Watching: Sri Lanka’s south coast is renowned as one of the best places in the […]

August 16

5. Play your favourite Aretha Franklin tracks

I became a fan a little later in her career, when she had that iconic role in the “Blues Brothers,” a movie I do watch about once a year. She’s a beloved soul singer, talent extraordinaire who’s voice is instantly recognizable by anyone who loves music. I’m grieving for a major loss to a talent […] […]

August 16

4. Read this good article about A-LEVEL RESULTS AND UNIVERSITY by Lucy Gould #university #alevelresults2018 #education #ucas

August 16

3. Enjoy a Champagne Flight Afternoon Tea at The Arch London #Luxury #Travel #Afternoontea #boutiquehotels

A luxurious ‘Champagne Flight Afternoon Tea’ has just been launched at The Arch London, a boutique hotel set within seven Georgian townhouses in Marylebone. Guests can sample a selection of seasonal cakes and freshly made sandwiches all whilst sipping a trio of Taittinger Champagne carefully selected to accompany each round of savouries and cakes. Available […]

August 16

2. Stay at The Owl and The Pussycat, Galle, Sri Lanka #Galle #Travel #Luxury

A sprightly, social, yet tranquil luxury Boutique hotel that sits on the water’s edge in South Sri Lanka Just a short tuk- tuk ride from the heritage, colonial-style city of Galle An unpretentious, contemporary design with the hotel’s furniture, colourful textiles and artwork having been hand-made by 20 artists from all over the world, including […]

August 16

Have afternoon tea at Mr Fogg’s #London #afternoontea #travel

For our next “Afternoon Tea” adventure, Arnie & I headed to our good friend Phileas Fogg’s Residence. Mr. Fogg has a few establishments dotted around London – his residence (where we came for tea this time), his Tavern, and his Gin Parlour. In case you aren’t yet acquainted with our dear friend, Phileas is the […] […]

August 15

Dine at Tredwells — My Food & Drink Lifestyle #London #Travel #Restaurants #Food #Luxury

We were in town for the the day and wanted to find a place for a nice Sunday Roast. On reading some good reviews about Tredwells we decided to give it a try and I have to say the the result was a success. Set on St Martins Lane in the Seven Dials area makes […] […]

August 15

Stay in Style: Luxury in London; Mini breaks at The Savoy & The Dorchester — Champagne with Charlotte #London #Luxury #Hotel #Travel

As I sit here sweltering in the record breaking heat wave, with my Dyson fan cranked up as high as it goes (“you’re glad I persuaded you we should buy another one, aren’t you?”, says my husband, gleefully… I suppose he has to be right sometimes), my thoughts drift back to my fully air-conditioned oasis […] […]

August 15

5 things to do before your first hike

August 14

Top 5 FREE Sheffield Family Day Trips for School Holidays

Getting outdoors when it’s lovely and sunny is great, right?! But don’t forget that museums are usually at their least busy when the weather is nice, so it’s best to head to National Railway Museum when the sun is shining during the school holidays to get the best experience. We absolutely love this museum and visit […]

August 14

Top 5: Coastal Adventures in Wales

Jutting proudly into the Irish Sea, Wales is a little country with an immense natural asset — one of the most spectacular coastlines on Earth. In places rugged, in stretches sandy, but sublime in every direction; the cliffs, beaches, coves and ports offer adventure, beauty and wondrous wildlife. Here are 5 suggestions for a great […]

August 14

5 things to do in Paris in August #Travel #Paris

As the locals pour out for their annual holidays, Paris is an altogether calmer place in August. From rooftop bars to museums, see our suggestions on how to get the best out of the City of Lights in the summer months. By Marie Périer, translated by Stephanie Green on 14 August 2018 Read the full […]

August 14

The top 5 things to do in Poland in the last two weeks of the summer

through the summer holidays. But do not worry! August is one of the most beautiful months in Poland. And there are still many surprises waiting for you across the country. Have a look at what is worth seeing, whom to listen to, what to experience in order to make this year’s summer break truly unforgettable. […]

August 14

5 things to do in Nottingham this week #Nottingham #VisitNottingham #Travel

Psst Poetry and Open Mic When: Monday 13 August, 7pm-11pm Where: JamCafé What: Psst… Poetry and Open Mic returns. This event’s summertime special will be welcoming you to share your talents with the rest of your Nottingham pals. There’ll be wonderful faces joining to share their talents with the crowd featuring Cynthia Rodriguez, Joshua Judson, […]

August 14

Gunwharf Outlet – The best discounts including Michael Kors, Disney and Ugg — lottyearns

I’m obsessed with shopping and discounts (like, it’s literally my job spotting bargains) so clearly I love shopping outlets such as Bicester Village just outside Oxford and Premium Outlets in the USA – but my newest discovery is Gunwharf Quays and spoiler alert – I LOVED IT. And seriously, the bargains I spotted were INCREDIBLE. […]

August 14

2. Visit Southsea, walk the pier and have fish and chips #Portsmouth #Southsea #Travel

Because we didn’t exactly rest on Saturday like we had planned we had kinda thought we’d rest on Sunday…false alarm though. There was supposed to be something going on in Southsea (a decent walk from the ferry in Portsmouth) but we kinda missed it so we changed our plan a little bit. We walked through […] […]

August 14

1. Visit Portsmouth and make sure you do these 13 essential activities #Portsmouth #Travel #History #Timeout

Packed with maritime history, quirky boutiques and seaside vistas, Portsmouth is the South Coast’s unsung hero Portsmouth (or Pompey, as the locals call it) is one of the oldest seaside cities in the British Isles. Located on Portsea Island – a thumb of Hampshire jutting into the Solent, it was the world’s greatest naval port […]

August 13

5 Things To Do in New York with a Toddler In Tow from Battlemum #Travel #NewYork

Last September the Battle Family visited New York for the very first time. BattleKid was 2 years and 8 months old and both BattleDad and I were a bit apprehensive about what we would be able to do with him while there. We also had to be realistic that certain things may be off limits […]

August 13

3. Stay at a new suite The Corinthia Hotel London #Luxury #Hotels #London #Travel

I just love traveling to Europe! I’ve been to France and Italy and going to England is on my bucket list. I’m excited to tell you that there have been some exciting changes to one of London’s top hotels… The Corinthia Hotel London has announced that they are now launching eleven new ‘Garden’ and ‘London’ […]

August 13

2. Stay at The Goring Hotel, Belgravia, London – A Review #Travel #London #Luxury

Sorry, I’ve been a little bit quiet on here, sometimes life takes over and last weekend was a very special one! I stayed at The Goring Hotel with my family, the night before my dad’s Investiture. He’s just been awarded an OBE for services to education, and I’m a very proud daughter! Anyway, to mark […]

August 13

Top 5 things to do in Prague #Prague #Travelling

August 13

Top Five Things to See, Do and Visit in Oxford by St Christopher’s Inns #Oxford #Travel

Having lived 10 miles outside of Oxford for the majority of my life, I like to think I know a little bit about what and what not to do in the city. So here goes with a guide to everything in Oxford, narrowed down to five little, locally approved recommendations. Read our 5

August 13

Top 5 things to do in Manchester

Manchester is full of fun and exciting things to do! From chilling out with a perfect cup of joe to exploring the the indie shopping mecca, there’s so much going on you might not know where to start! Check out these top 5 things to do in Manchester for a perfect trip! Read More

August 13

Top 5 things to do near Old Street

Anyone that’s already explored the vibrant area of Soho in London will know all about the hidden treasures you can find near Old Street. From shopping to entertainment, this popular spot has plenty to offer. If you’re planning a city break and are in need of luxury suites in Shoreditch, spend the weekend relaxing at […]

August 13

1. See these top 10 London Attractions

August 13

5 things to do in Oud-West #Amsterdam #Travel

August 12

Copenhagen – Top 5 things to do! #Travel #Lifestyle #Denmark

August 12

5 Things to Do Your First Time in #Amsterdam #Travel

Amsterdam is a beautiful and historic city in the Netherlands. Most people know of Amsterdam because of its Red Light District and legal recreational weed. While these things obviously attract many visitors, there is much more to do! I stayed in the Amsterdam Teleport Hotel, which is a quick 5-minute train ride to the city […] […]

August 12

5 things to do before losing your cool with your child. #Children #Parenting

August 12

5 Things to do in Milan #Italy #Travel #Milan

Milan is one of those cities in Italy that’s often overlooked. Everyone told me I wouldn’t like Milan- too industrial, and not enough like other places in Italy. Milan reminded me of Berlin in comparison to other German towns and cities. Different, but in a good way. A stark contrast to Venice, Florence and Rome, […] […]

August 12

5 Things to do Before A-level Results Day! — Life of a Medic #Medicine #University #Alevelresults2018

Results day is understandably very daunting – everyone’s holding their breath to see if they’ve managed to secure their offer. Here’s a list of things you should do before results day to help you prepare for every eventuality and to hopefully help the day run more smoothly… via 5 Things to do Before A-level Results Day! […]

August 12

5 Things to do on an all vegan trip to Kenya #Vegan #Travel #Kenya

Veganism seems to be the new fad these days. Not because Vegan food is healthier than meat and stuff; but mainly because there’s a growing awareness among people in relation to a healthier ecosystem that involves non-killing and zero exploitation of animals for personal needs. The “revolution” is seemingly here to stay; with America having […] […]

August 12

5 Things to do at Lake Garda #Travel #Italy

August 12

5 Things To Do in Or Around Farnham, Surrey #Farnham #Surrey #Travel

I’ve lived in Farnham for over 10 years and I’ve really enjoyed living here. Our choice of days out has changed considerably since having children, previously going shopping in the day and eating out at local restaurants (or the pub across the road). Now, days out are somewhere that the children can run about in […] […]

August 12

5 Things to do this Monsoon in Bangalore. — The Plate Memoirs #Bangalore

Bangalore, has always been a vibrant city. It breathes love and positivity. Being a native of this beautiful city, i just can’t get over how much i love it here. When those rain showers grace the city and the process of rejuvenation happens, Bangalore comes alive with more rigour. With these monsoons amidst us, here […] […]

August 12

5 things to do in Bexhill-on-Sea #London #Travel

Daytrips from London – 5 things to do in Bexhill-on-Sea An elegant seaside town with a long beach, the birth place of British motor sport and a penchant for Art Deco. An easy day or a weekend trip from London with some great restaurants, or pop into the famous De La Warr Pavilion for concerts […] […]

August 12

5 Things To Do In Dublin For Free — Johnny’s Traventures #Dublin #Travel

Dublin can be an expensive city to visit, particularly when you’re visiting various museums and tourist sites. For example The Jameson Whiskey Distillery, which is by no means a good recommendation for whiskey lovers, is €20 for adults after the morning; the Guinness Storehouse is €18.50 as of now but that increases to €25.50 towards […] […]

August 12

5 things to do in Harrogate for families

If you’re visiting Harrogate for the first time with your family, firstly, a big friendly Harrogate Mumbler welcome – and secondly – good choice! Harrogate is such a lovely town and it’s totally geared up for families! If doesn’t matter if you’re looking for something to do in Harrogate with a toddler or your baby, […]

August 09

5. View the stars and planets in Meloneras, Gran Canaria #Astronomy #GranCanaria

Head along the prom, look out to sea and to see Venus and Jupiter so clearly. You may also find Starman with one of his telescopes for an even better view. There are also various apps you can download – just point your phone and be amazed.

August 09

4. Go and see In the Night Garden Live #Manchester #inthenightgarden

August 09

3. Have a take our from Shere Khan Express at Manchester’s Trafford Centre #Manchester #Shopping

August 09

2. Buy a tub of cockles and mussels on Blackpool’s North Pier

August 09

1. Ride a donkey on Blackpool Beach #blackpool #lancashire

August 09

6 Signs You’re Ready To Get Married

Do you get a feeling that you’re ready to get married? Maybe you’re not so sure if that’s what it means – or maybe you feel like you’ll never be ready to take the plunge. People who never thought about marriage can suddenly feel ready to tie the knot, although the reasons why remain unclear. […]

August 06

1. Order a Cortado coffee at #Costa #Coffee

I never knew these existed at Costa until very recently. A cortado is a Spanish-origin general term for a beverage consisting of espresso mixed with a roughly equal amount of warm milk to reduce the acidity. So much better than other coffees I have had at Costa Coffee

August 03

2. ALAN BENNETT’S ALLELUJAH! TO BE SHOWN IN CINEMAS THIS NOVEMBER WITH NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE

Allelujah! reunites the award-winning writer/director team of Alan Bennett and Nicholas Hytner, who were responsible for smash hits The History Boys andMadness of King George III Bennett’s first new work in the theatre for six years National Theatre Live currently screens to 2500 venues across 65 countries including 700 in the UK Allelujah! – the new play by Alan Bennett which received its […]

August 03

1. Discover Open City Documentary Festival’s Top 10 Films You Can’t Miss – Running from 4th – 9th September 2018 #London #Film

To celebrate the highly anticipated eighth edition of the Open City Documentary Festival, running from 4th – 9th September, we wanted to explore the Top 10 films you won’t want to miss at this year’s festival! Documentaries that transport you across the world, from Brazil to Greece to the UK, exploring stories that are heartbreaking, gripping and […]

August 02

How to Improve Your Website’s User Friendly Features 

Your website is your virtual shop front, and the services and menus you offer are a part of your customers’ buying experience. Many people focus too much on promotion and neglect the user-friendly features that make a difference for their customers. In fact, marketing and customer service should go hand in hand, and you have […]

August 01

2. Watch a children’s show at the Lyric Hammersmith #London #children

The Lyric Hammersmith is pleased to present the 2018 Autumn season of Little Lyric especially for audiences aged between 2-11 years. The season includes the return of some Little Lyric favourites, as well as some new companies who will all be sure to delight young audiences with adventures, magic and enchanting stories. Over the October […]

August 01

1. Visit this year’s Surrey Game and Country Fair – Sunday 23rd September at #Loseley Park #Surrey #Guildford

The 18th Surrey Game and Country Fair will be an action packed day out for the whole family, combining top class entertainment, have-a-go activities, shopping and rural crafts and local food and drink. This year we are delighted to welcome some very special guests in the form of the famous Shetland Pony Grand National. This […]

July 31

1. World’s best sportscar racing comes to Silverstone (17 – 19th August)

The world’s best sportscar racing returns to the UK next month with the FIA World Endurance Championship 6 Hours of Silverstone race taking place at the Northamptonshire track on the weekend of 17 – 19th August. Not one but two Formula 1 World Champions will be in action. Fernando Alonso returns to the championship as […]

July 28

4. Read these 5 TIPS FOR THAT HOLIDAY-READY SMILE THIS SUMMER by Dr. Uchenna Okoye #Teeth #health #smile #London

Use a whitening toothpaste – increasingly available and recommended by dentists, over-the-counter whitening toothpastes are becoming more effective. I recommend using OralB Whitening Paste. Not only is it good at removing stains, but it contains active ingredients that help prevent new stains from appearing! 2. Skip the coffee in the morning – coffee and sugary […]

July 27

A Third of Brits Plan To Visit A UK Film Location This Summer

With screen tourism becoming a popular pastime for holidaymakers, Away Resorts has produced a beautifully illustrated, brand new interactive infographic, which shows you where in the UK your favourite blockbuster films were shot. Many locations are even free and are outside the capital, ranging from Dinorwig Slate Quarry in Wales to Derwentwater in the Lake […]

July 27

3. Book to see War Horse at the New Victoria Theatre Woking

Following 8 record-record breaking years in London’s West End and having played in 11 countries around the world to over 7 million people, the National Theatre’s acclaimed play War Horse will soon tour the UK. At the outbreak of World War One, Joey, young Albert’s beloved horse, is sold to the Cavalry and shipped to […]

July 27

2. Watch the new single ‘Because’ by Boyzone – written by Ed Sheeran

July 26

1. Book to see Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical #London #musicals

Jim Steinman’s Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical will be extending into 2019, with a new booking period at the Dominion Theatre from 27 October 2018 to 5 January 2019 going on sale at 12.00noon today, Thursday 26 July 2918. The winner of the Evening Standard Radio 2 Audience Award for Best Musical 2017 […]

July 24

5. Four Reasons to Visit Zurich in Autumn

The Expovina Wyschiff wine exhibition (1-15thNovember, 2018). Did you know that Swiss wines are some of the best in the world? However, 98% of all production is kept inside the country due to heavy import duties. This Autumn, take advantage of an unparalleled opportunity to sample this secretive delicacy at the world’s largest public wine […]

July 23

4. Vinoteca Launches ‘English Summer Time’ – Huge Savings On Award Winning English Wines

Vinoteca is celebrating the English summer by offering all their English wines at shop price during August for everyone eating at Vinoteca. This means a saving of 40-60% on the standard wine list price on every one of their selection of sparkling, white, rosé and red English wines, including award winning producers such as Wiston […]

July 22

3. Have a real ale at The Mute Swan #HamptonCourt #travel #London

July 21

2. Take a tour of the Cotswolds with Cotsworld Tours & Executive Travel

Guided Cotswolds Tour A guided Cotswold tour will take you to hidden villages amongst the stunning English Countryside. Guests staying in London can take a day trip to the Cotswolds -the largest area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the country. Film Settings Traditional Cotswold villages lend themselves to stunning film locations . Whether you are a Downton […]

July 20

1. See Early Birds – a new play by Birds of a Feather writers Maurice Gran and Laurence Marks (3 – 27 August) #EdinburghFringe

The new play Early Birds, from the writers of Birds of a Feather, Maurice Gran and Laurence Marks, which tells the incredible yet true story of the birth of one of the nation’s favourite sit-coms, will play at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival at PQA VENUES @Riddle’s Court (venue 277) from 3 – 27 August […]

July 20

5. Win a expenses paid weekend for 4 at the Gin Lover’s Retreat #Gin #Travel #Competition

Its #competition time: @colonsaygin has released its first ‘island batch’. Everyone who buys a bottle of Wild Thyme 909 is entered into a prize draw to win an all expenses paid weekend for 4 at the Gin Lover’s Retreat. Be quick – only 909 bottles! https://bit.ly/2A2FAB

July 19

4. GET YOUR JOG ON WITH DECATHLON’S FREE 5K RUN AT SOUTHWARK PARK, THIS SUNDAY #London

What: A free 5K community run, hosted by Decathlon Surrey Quays  When: Sunday 22nd July, 10am – 12pm Where: Southwark Park, Southwark Park Road, London, United Kingdom, SE16 2ER Multi-sports retailer Decathlon is encouraging people across Surrey Quays to get involved in its free 5K run this Sunday 22nd July at Southwark Park, London. Welcoming runners of all ages and […]

July 18

3. Sit outside at The Delaunay Counter #London #Aldwych

A traditional Viennese café, adjacent to The Delaunay, offering a selection of pastries, cakes, sandwiches, soups and salads, to either eat in or take-away. The Delaunay Counter’s relaxed atmosphere is reminiscent of typical Mittel-European cafés, serving simple but exceptional food, freshly prepared every day by The Delaunay chefs. Open daily for hot drinks and viennoiserie, […]

July 18

2. Try Bubba Gump’s Dumb Luck Coconut Shrimp in London #London #restaurants

July 18

1. Buy or admire the Shower Caps in Fortnum and Mason. #London #Luxury

July 18

5. Try this recipe from Royal China: Sautéed Scallops with Fresh Asparagus #London

The summer months are the perfect time to eat light and healthy dishes – with asparagus and scallops being two top favourite ingredients. Sautéed Scallops with Fresh Asparagus (£16.20) is one of Royal China Fulham’s most popular dishes at this time of year. Why not try this simple recipe by Vincent Chen, Head Chef at […]

July 18

4. National Theatre announces new season of talks and events #NationalTheatre #London

To accompany the new season of productions, a programme of talks and events will begin with a series relating to Antony and Cleopatra. Director Simon Godwin will reflect on the production, and Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo will discuss the challenges and rewards of appearing in the production. Professor of Classics Edith Hall will give […]

July 17

3. Train for free with Birmingham Royal Ballet

Dance Track provides free ballet training for talented youngsters Dance Track has grown swiftly since its first programme in 1997, with 52 schools across north, south and central Birmingham participating in the programme in 2018. Every year, 2500 children take part in a talent identification workshop at their primary school. Subsequently, 80 children who show […]

July 16

2. Book to see Evita at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking

Following its smash hit run at London’s Dominion Theatre, Bill Kenwright’s production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita is set to thrill audiences once again across the UK. Telling the story of Eva Peron, wife of former Argentine dictator Juan Peron, Evita follows Eva’s journey from humble beginnings through to extraordinary wealth, power […]

July 16

1. Eat 23-carat gold wrapped ice cream courtesy of Just Eat this weekend

● Just Eat launches Food Fest, a three day street food festival that celebrates takeaway dishes – with a fantastical twist ● Food Fest’s ‘Golden Hour’ offers free giveaway of edible 23 carat gold covered soft scoop on 21st and 22nd July, 2-3pm ● Traditional Japanese flavours available such as Matcha Green Tea and Coconut […]

%d bloggers like this: