Tag Archives: inspiration

June 12

Identify bird song in your garden with birdnet

June 12

Have a go at this optical illusion from the Institute of Physics

May 25

5 things to know about Oakhouse Foods ready meal delivery service

One Oakhouse foods is a frozen meal delivery service that brings excellent quality ready prepared meals to your front door. Two There is a large range of foods to choose from smaller mini meals to full roast dinners. Some groceries can also be purchased such as milk, butter and bread. You can even buy a […]

May 18

5 things to do today: Relive best Olympic moments, play group games

    Lifestyle News -Even though the 2020 Tokyo Olympics has been postponed an entire year, here is your chance for an early start at getting in the mood for the world’s biggest sports event.. Read more Source: 5 things to do today: Relive best Olympic moments, play group games

May 18

5 Things To Do When Your Travel Life Has Stopped by blogger Daniel Pienaar

If you are a person working in the travel industry, your day to day life changes quite drastically when worldwide travel comes to a grinding halt. If you’re someone like me who travels for work very frequently, your life gets turned upside down. Here are 5 things to do when constant travel has stopped. Cook […]

May 16

5 Things to Do with Old Glasses

If you’ve just had an eye test and your prescription has changed, you’re probably wondering what to do with your old pair of glasses. We’ve compiled a list of 5 things to do with your old glasses. Getting a new prescription means getting new glasses for most of us. Throwing your old glasses in the […]

May 16

Top 5 Things to Do When You Can’t Travel

A lot of us are stuck at home right now, and if you’re anything like me, you might be dreaming of your next holiday. Maybe you’ve even had to cancel travel plans this summer and you’re feeling pretty bummed out. For some people, current events are taking a hit on their mental health because of […]

May 14

Tea Scientist Dr Tim Bond tells us about his 5 things to do today

Dr Tim Bond, a tea scientist from the Tea Advisory Panel, http://www.teaadvisorypanel.com   Drink a cup of tea. Who doesn’t love a cup of tea? Take 5 minutes to sit down with a cup of tea and just be. I like to call it a hug in a mug! But more than just enjoying the taste, a […]

May 12

10 or More founder Debbie Robinson shares her 5 things to do today

1. Daydream!The last year has been such a blur setting up and running my business, I’ve barely had time to sit down, let alone think. Lockdown – although a hugely challenging time for so many of us – has got me daydreaming again. I have spent a lot of this “pause” time planning my next […]

April 24

Commonwealth Champion and Professional Boxer Stacey Copeland shares her 5 things to do today with us

One Exercise – Obviously as a professional boxer I need to train for my sport, however staying active in general is essential for my wellbeing. Even on the days where I feel most tired or stressed, once I workout I feel better! Whether it’s training for a fight and pushing myself to my limits, or […]

April 22

Kingston Councillor Dr Sharon Young shares her 5 things to do today

Ok, so you may have decluttered your living space, used up the old paint and DIY remnants, blasted every suitable surface with the jetwasher, spruced up the garden, tried a range of online fitness ideas and even sorted out your knicker drawer, BUT what about the following, all of which will make it easier for […]

April 21

Stars of children’s TV, Andy and the Odd Socks, to host never-been-done-before virtual gig this Friday, created entirely for kids!

Offering an escapism for kids during the current climate, Andy and the Odd Socks – the UK’s biggest children’s band – have announced a first-of-its-kind electric gig, that will see all five band members join forces for one spectacular virtual performance, created especially for kids!  The London based five-piece will perform a total of seven tracks from […]

April 19

Dr Larisa Corda shares her 5 things to do during lockdown and as a keyworker

As a frontliner on the NHS during this pandemic, I get very little time off to relax but when I do, it’s really important for me to recharge and replenish physically and mentally. So, with that in mind, here are my top 5 go to remedies: 1. I love spending time in nature. I’m fortunate […]

April 17

Belinda Bradley: 5 ways to make a difference in the world #google #BelindaBradley #TedxKingston

Every day we make 35,000 choices. Most are insignificant, yet some are bigger choices needing bigger consideration. They may have heavier consequences. They could have many outcomes. These are the ones that leave you feeling out of your depth. Sound familiar? In 2017, I made such a choice. And it changed my life – and […]

April 16

Mindful Chef launches the UK’s first next-day recipe box delivery service

In response to customer demand and a surge in frozen meals and gift vouchers sales during the Covid-19 pandemic*, Mindful Chef, the UK’s favourite healthy recipe box service (source: Trustpilot), is launching the UK’s first next day delivery service, selling its new Mindful Chef Care Box. Having listened to its customers, Mindful Chef recognises that many are concerned for […]

April 15

Zach Weckstein, producer of the soon to be released movie ‘The Host’ shares his 5 things to do today

1. I like starting my day returning calls and reaching out and networking with new people in all industries. Also, enjoy staying in touch with my rolodex of filmmakers. I find it’s a great way to come up with new ideas. Good conversations with both people in and outside of the film industry can bring out new ideas and it’s […]

April 15

Outschool Hiring Thousands of Uk teachers and experts

Outschool is hiring thousands of teachers for online classes (i.e work from home) in the UK. On Outschool, homeschooling classes are filling up faster than we can post new ones. We are putting out a call to teachers and experts across the UK (artists, personal trainers, yoga instructors, bakers, math, science, English, Spanish, social studies teachers, etc.) who are interested in […]

April 14

THE HOST starring Derek Jacobi, Mike Beckingham, Dougie Poynter, Dominic Keating, Maryam Hassouni, Nigel Barber & Ruby Turner MBE – Released On-Demand in the UK 17 April

THE HOST explores the dark corners of the human psyche through the eyes of Robert and Vera, both have secrets that lead to their demise. A chance opportunity arises for Robert Atkinson, a London banker who risks his banks money to leave the mundane behind and start a new life. To take advantage, he unwittingly […]

April 11

Five Things to Unleash Your Creativity Today by Joanna Aird

Lockdown can mean we’re all in a bit of a hamster wheel with the same routines and repetitive chores. Add to that the fear, and you find yourself facing a creative block. Good news, that needn’t be the case. As an artist and special needs assistant I spend a large proportion of my day with […]

April 11

5 free, fun and easy things your child can do from home (that require very little help from you)!

So I started this with the title 5 things you can do for your child this Easter and realised that the one thing many parents are seeking, is the opportunity for some peace and time away from supporting home-learning. So instead, here are 5 ideas that should keep your little ones (and not so little […]

November 05

Take your child to World of Dinosaurs, Paradise Park, Broxbourne

This park is excellent if your toddler loves dinosaurs as many do. The wildlife park area is a little dated but the dinosaur aminotronic area is superb. There is a little train that will take you too – extra cost of £2.00 however Paradise Park

November 05

Make this excellent soufflé as demonstrated by Raymond Blanc

October 13

4. Make a 6 page booklet out of one sheet of A4 paper

October 13

1. Have your passport photograph taken on the bridge between Waterloo East and London Waterloo

October 07

Celebrate London Cocktail Week at Issho-Ni

Issho-Ni, the stylish Japanese restaurant and cocktail bar, has teamed up with American whiskey brand Bulleit Frontier Whiskey to host the ultimate Funk BBQ Party on Friday 11th October, in celebration of London Cocktail Week. For just £10 per person, party goers can enjoy a drink from the specially curated Issho-Ni x Bulleit cocktail menu, alongside a charcoal grilled Chicken Yakitori Skewer or Tofu […]

October 07

Waitress WILL HOST THE NEXT LONDON CAST ALBUM KARAOKE NIGHT ON 16 OCTOBER

Waitress has announced its next Cast Album Karaoke Night will take place on 16 October in partnership with Official London Theatre offering audience members the chance to sing songs from the smash hit comedy musical, by 7-time Grammy® nominee Sara Bareilles, live on the West End stage. Audience members who want to take part in […]

August 06

A virtual shooting range in London, Southport and a tropical soft play in Bolton

Go to Mac&Wild this August to eat grouse and shoot. They are offering a free one hour shooting session in their virtual range and bar. If you think you’re game enough, head to Mac & Wild this season. Eat lobster at Wright Brothers. For just £20, guests can enjoy a whole native lobster, grilled with […]

August 04

80’s legend Joe Longthorne are amongst today’s 5 things as well as Tim Ferris and the importance of a strong morning routine

Eccles cakes may not jump out at you when you are thinking to have something with your morning coffee or afternoon tea however the M&S Handcrafted ones are beautiful and well worth a try. 12 minutes in the oven. The entertainer Joe Longthorne passed away yesterday and although he may have been forgotten by many […]

August 03

Have you tried Jeff Galloway’s run walk method for running? Also 5 minute Journalling in today’s five

Here are today’s selection. Enjoy a Lasagna and Birra Morreti at Averna Italian restaurant in Molesey. This restaurant sits nicely in a town that could do with more good quality classic restaurants. Use Jeff Galloway’s run walk method for a quick jog in your local area. If you are daunted by running or have an […]

August 02

Today’s selection include navigation using Waze, the best place to have Fish and Chips in Weymouth and a clever rule to beat procrastination – 2nd August 2019

Use Waze to choose the best route for your journey. Press the routes button and Waze will calculate alternative ones for you to select. This way you can choose the best one. For instance if a b road route only shaves off a couple of minutes you might as well take an A road. Enjoy […]

April 17

Brit and Ivor Novello Award-winning singer and songwriter KT Tunstall shares her 5 things to do today #KTTunstall #Lifestyle

February 14

London’s best destinations for pre-theatre dinner #London #Theatre #Travel

Margot Margot is situated in the heart of Covent Garden, surrounded by theatres at easy walking distance. The restaurant is a true celebration of seamless service, refined interiors and the authentic food of Italy, all offered alongside an extensive international wine list. The pre and post theatre menu is available from Monday to Saturday from 17.30- 18.30 and […]

January 12

5 Things to do near Couples Swept Away, Negril #Travel #Jamaica #Honeymoon

Nestled in charming Negril, Couples Swept Away offers everything you need to unwind; from yoga lessons to watersport activities to fine dining at gourmet restaurants. However, you may choose to venture outside Couples Swept Away to explore more of Jamaica. Here are 5 things to do near Couples Swept Away, Negril to ensure you make the most […]

January 12

5 great things to do in Heidelberg with kids #Travel #Germany

This is a guest post by Jane Welton, about a summer family trip to Heidelberg, Germany. Jane is a freelance writer and translator who lives in Surrey with her husband and 12 year-old daughter. Jane has spent a lot of time in other European countries and is bringing her daughter up speaking French and German as […]

December 06

5 Things to do in the Week Between Christmas and New Year

The week between Christmas and new years day is bliss. All of the stress and chaos of planning the festivities is over, and with the big day done and dusted, you have some time to relax and have fun. There’s plenty of food in the cupboards, new gadgets and gifts to play with and if […]

December 04

5 Things to Do in Cambridge this Christmas #Travel #Cambridge

There really is no better place to enjoy the festive season than historical Cambridge. Spending time in our beautiful city at this time of year evokes a sense of stepping back in time to savour the traditions and customs that make Cambridge so uniquely magical. Read More

November 30

5 things to do – Friday 30th November 2018 #London #Cornwall #Travel #Christmas #NYE

  Private Fly, private jet company is offering an exclusive discount price of £877 per person to fly by private jet this ski season. Compared to the price of an economy ticket of £627, for an extra £250 this is a once in a lifetime offer to fly by private jet on holiday! Prices are […]

November 28

5 things to do – Wednesday 28th November 2018 #London #Travel #Lifestyle

Here are today’s 5 things. Everything from floating restaurants on the River Thames to a Family package at Winter Wonderland, Hyde Park from Taj 51. Try out Flatmates’ Festive Feasts at The Little Blue Door this Christmas, perfect for celebrating with family, friends and of course flatmates. Celebrating in seasonal style guests can tuck in […]

November 26

5 things to do – Monday 26th November 2018 #London #Inspiration #Woking #Theatre #Ballet

Here are today’s selection. If you work near Covent Garden the enjoy a takeaway lunch from Little Kolkata, an authentic Calcuttan restaurant. Offering a great alternative to everyone’s usual quick lunchtime haunts, Little Kolkata delivers great value for money on both flavour and convenience. Dine at Yen Burger in London’s Borough Market. From young female […]

November 23

You Should Never Stop Loving Driving

Do you remember how happy you were that day when you found out that you had passed your test? That massive build up of nerves, that ultimately came to the happiest day of your young life so far. Since then, you may have gone on to achieve many great things, or you may have gone […]

November 19

Ideas For A Basement Conversion

Image Credit Do you have a basement in your house that’s just sitting there and not getting used? If so, then looking into a conversion is not only a fun way to create a brand new room and space in your home, but if you ever come to sell the property, then having an extra […]

November 15

5 things to do – Thursday 15th November 2018 #EltonJohnLewis #London #Manchester #CraigCharles #Macmillancancersupport

How about a meal at The Dorchester Grill or to see Craig Charles in Manchester. Here are today’s 5 things. Watch the new John Lewis Christmas advert. The jury is slowly coming in. Enjoy fish and chips or maybe cheese souffle at the Dorchester Grill. Having recently enjoyed a third makeover in the long and […]

November 14

5 things to do – Wednesday 14th November 2018 #London #Travel #Christmas #Covent Garden

Here are today’s 5 things selection. Things from new film releases to Hot Gin and Tonics.  See award-winning theatre company Cardboard Citizens. As part of the launch of the Mayor of London’s Winter Homelessness Fundraising Campaign, award-winning theatre company Cardboard Citizens will perform Rising by Femi Keeling in the Council Chamber of London’s City Hall […]

November 11

5 things to do do – Sunday 11th November 2018 #Lifestyle #Money #London #Jobs #Blinklist

Here are today’s selection. Everything from reading non fiction books quickly to having quick access to the perfect job. There is even advice on how to save money easily. Upload your CV onto Indeed. It takes seconds to upload, you can modify it anytime on any device and you will have access to thousands of […]

November 10

Saturday November 10th #London #Lifestyle #Theatre #themousetrap #AgathaChristie

Here are today’s selection. Everything from a touring version of Agatha Christie’s Mousetrap to rescuing unwanted food. Take a walk around Pen Ponds in Richmond Park. This is a perfect place to take your toddler for a walk. Park near the cafe and if it has been raining there are plenty of muddy puddles to […]

September 20

5 Really Hard Things That Successful People Do #Success #Education #Business

We spend a lot of time talking about easy things we can do to make our lives better and our careers take off. There are easy things to do, but the reality is, being at the top of your game doesn’t come easily for almost anything. Sometimes, there are hard things you need to do […]

September 11

5 things to do at Manchester Grammar School #Manchester #HMC #Education

Thank you to Manchester Grammar School for these 5 One Learn how to write a medical school application and perfect the interview. Interview practice has begun! Two Spend time in the third-year undergraduate labs at The University of Manchester making Holograms with the Schools Holography Group. Three Curate your own exhibition. A Year 13 artist […]

September 04

Hollyoaks actor Nathan Sussex share his 5 things to do today #Hollyoaks #Soaps #Television #Channel4

One Running – I have been running for about 10 years and I am really into my fitness. Living in the centre of Cardiff I get to run around the city parks which are huge. Two Cardiff Bay – I love to lose my self in Cardiff Bay. The Bay has a real mix of […]

September 04

Dead Ringer Actor and Producer Amar Adatia share his 5 things to do today – Dead Ringer will be released into cinemas on September 17th

Dead Ringer tells the story of an imposter covering up an untimely death and is directed by the talented Richard Colton. The films all-star cast includes Luke White, DJ Tom Zanetti, singers Jordi Whitworth and Shide Boss, TOWIE’s Ricky Rayment and Eastenders beauty Danielle Harold as the leading lady. Alongside the sizzling Jessica-Jane Stafford, Lee Latchford Evans, Matt Lapinskas and Amar Adatia, with exciting cameos from Sinitta, Bai Ling and Golden Globe […]

September 01

5 Things to do in Order to Become the Best Version of Your Self #lifestyle #selfhelp

In case you haven’t heard by now, intention is everything. The way we intend to live our lives, to become the person we want to be, and even how we intend to perceive our day is what sets the wheels in motion for the universe to begin bringing towards us our soul’s deepest wishes and […]

August 23

Top 5 Things to Do in Hong Kong as a Family #travel #hongkong

Here are the Top Activities to Do in Hong Kong with Family 1. Noah’s Ark There are a number of theme park locations in the city, which might be overshadowed due to the popularity of the Disney Theme Park. One such tourist attraction is the biblical representational replica of Noah’s Ark (you can book your […]

August 22

5. London’s first maker festival kicks off in Victoria Park #makemore #London #festival

A brand-new festival celebrating the maker movement has kicked off In London’s Victoria Park. MAKEMORE combines hands on workshops and demonstrations with live music, stand-up comedy and a series of insightful talks, bringing together more than 100 independent artists, crafters, cooks and musicians. The festival continues throughout the Bank Holiday weekend. For experienced creatives and […]

August 22

5 things to do in Munich this September #Travel #Munich #Germany

While we don’t want to wish the summer away, the recent spell of cooler weather has suddenly got us feeling all autumnal. But the change in season doesn’t mean the adventures have to stop. If, like us, you need something to look forward to once summer is over, why not book a trip to Munich? […]

5 Must Try Indian Foods by blogger Aditi Chawla August 22

5 Must Try Indian Foods by blogger Aditi Chawla

After having travelled to several countries, I realised how the representation of Indian cuisine is limited to just curries and Indian breads. Also, I believe, the common perception is that the food is spicy and drenched in oil. Even after staying most of my life in India, I can’t claim to have tried all the […]

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

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

August 17

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

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

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 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 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

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 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

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

There’s a lot to do just outside the canal ring of Amsterdam; the Oud-West neighbourhood holds onto its historic charm but adds a dash of modern culture with shops, markets, cultural centres and more. Read More

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

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

We had the pleasure seeing the live version of this hugely successful television show at Manchester’s Trafford Centre. Staged in a purposely inflated dome this is a sure hit with young children. Find Out More

August 06

Extreme Ways To Make Your Life Better Right Now

If you’ve noticed one thing about society, it’s probably that people spend more time complaining than they do anything else. People don’t like to count their blessings, it seems. They prefer to count what’s going wrong in their lives, and relay that to other people. Think about it. Is this something that you do? It […]

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 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 […]

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 27

4 Ways To Banish Your Child’s Boredom This Summer

Sick of hearing, ‘muuuuuuuum, I’m boooooored?’ Well, you are not alone, in fact, mum, dad’s, older brothers and sisters, and grandparents all over the UK are sick of hearing that refrain from kids off of school over the summer. Luckily, you can eliminate the need to listen to this anymore with the smart tactics below. […]

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 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 Things To Consider Before Moving To Another Country

(Image) Don’t pack your bags just yet! While moving to another country may sound like a good idea, you do need to take a few things into consideration first. We will look at some of them here, with a few titbits of advice we think you will find useful. 1. Why are you leaving? You […]

July 23

4 Quick Ways To Start an eBay Business

Image credit Full time or just as a lucrative additional income stream, more and more people are using the eBay platform to make money. There are now millions of people taking an income from the huge ecommerce platform thanks to its extensive site traffic, huge audience and ease of use – and in a few […]

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

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

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

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 […]

July 13

5. Book to see The Johnny Cash Roadshow at New Victoria Theatre, Woking on Sun 22 July #Woking

Welcome to the Johnny Cash Roadshow, a show not to be missed by avid fans or the casual listener. This year prepare for a musical adventure unrivalled by any other that truly celebrates the career of a music legend, Johnny Cash. The UK’s No1 Tribute, fronted by respected singer/songwriter Clive John, with The Spirit Band, re-create with astounding […]

July 11

1. ‘TELL YOUR FRIENDS’ AND JUDE’S ICE CREAM CREATE THE PERFECT ‘PLANT POWER’ SUNDAE #vegan

This summer, to celebrate the heatwave and British ice cream season, Tell Your Friends, the vegan restaurant from sisters Lucy and Tiffany Watson located in Parson’s Green, and Jude’s ice cream, having recently launched its first vegan range into food service, have collaborated to create the perfect ‘plant power’ ice cream sundae. Made with Jude’s […]

July 11

3. Sit outside at Brasserie Blanc on London’s Southbank #London

July 11

2. Enjoy the finest of tapas at Messet Dar #Hamptoncourtvillage

July 11

1. Take an early morning run and take in the views in your local area. #Hamptoncourt

July 03

5 things to do at No 97 Restaurant , Gin Bar & Terrace – Surbiton

No 97  1. Take a train to Surbiton and walk to Maple road where you will find No 97 – a chic gin bar with a surprisingly elaborate menu. 2. Enjoy the lunch menu and start with a main course of Miso Pork Belly served with sweet potato and Mussels Siracha. Don’t forget the House bread. […]

July 03

Make Your New Eco-Car A Smoother Ride 100%

We all know that eco-friendly cars are a lot better for the environment, but how are they compared to gas-guzzling cars when it comes to driveability and all the other factors we look for when we need to buy a new car. You know the types of things, such as safety, power, and handling. Well, […]

July 02

Ferris & Milnes present 70 In 70… And a Swell Party! at The Pheasantry – Tuesday 3rd July 2018 at 8.00pm

Ferris & Milnes will appear live at the Pheasantry in 70 In 70… And a Swell Party! on Tuesday 3 July 2018 at 8.00pm with a burst of their inimitable style of comedy and music – but this time with a twist… In this brand new production, Ferris & Milnes attempt to beat the clock. Their challenge – to cover seven decades […]

July 02

Ida presents ‘IDA Girls’ at The Other Palace – Wednesday 11th July 2018 at 7.00pm

London’s leading pop-opera girl group, Ida, will perform an impressive collection of re-worked operatic arias, chart-topping hits and musical theatre favourites at The Other Palace (studio) on Wednesday 11th July 2018 at 7.00pm. With spellbinding vocals and slick harmonies, and the exciting marriage of opera, pop and musical theatre – with a twist! – Ida’s impressive versatility […]

June 28

Making Your Car an Asset to Be Proud Of

Cars are expensive investments. No matter how you go about the matter, you’re going to have to fork out for lessons, a vehicle, insurance, tax, fuel, and maintenance. But there are ways that you can cut costs to make the venture an affordable one. The key to purchasing a car that you can be proud […]

June 14

Do you want to watch the World Cup in a private booth or maybe treat your dad to a Red Letter Day Experience?

1. Treat your Father to a Red Letter Day Experience 2. Watch the World Cup in a Private Booth at Voltaire Bar, Blackfriars, London 3. Stay at Marbella Corfu and join their running club for a run on some unique running tracks with beautiful scenic views. 4. Have a ‘Smashing’ Wimbledon Afternoon Tea at The Arch London.You […]

June 11

5 things to do today – Monday 11th June 2018

See film and sports at St Katharine Docks Summer Screen. A perfect place to see Wimbledon Tennis. Book and celebrate Father’s Day with Royal China. Treat dad to an authentic Chinese dining experience. http://www.royalchinagroup.co.uk/  Photographs by Harleigh Reid. Watch Wimbledon canal side this summer at King’s Cross. https://www.kingscross.co.uk/event/wimbledon-summer-love … Find out about Nower Wood Educational Nature […]

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