Soho has been voted London’s favourite neighbourhood by Time out London, but what is it that draws people to Soho, is it the lively atmosphere ? the food? or the crazy Clubs? Soho is located right in the centre of London and is known for its culture and nightlife, There are a number of LGBTQ venues in Soho and during pride in London you can … Continue reading Londoners love Soho!
Sadiq Khan has made a radical new proposal to ban all fast food advertisement on TFL Today the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan announced a proposal to ban all junk food advertisement, the first ban of its kind, on the TFL estate and a proposal that would prevent fast food places from being near schools. Sadiq Khan, said: “Child obesity in London is a ticking … Continue reading Fast food advertisement could be banned on London Transport
The International Eat What You Want Day is an annual celebration on May 11th. It celebrates the acceptance of the human body and the diversity of its forms. The goal is to draw attention and remember the dangers of some exaggerated dietary regimes. Thomas and Ruth Roy from wellcat.com emerged to help people get a break from diets. This medication was supported by many nutritionists, … Continue reading Eat what you want day
Peckham salvage yard is London’s largest indoor vintage market, with more than 50 traders coming together in Copeland park and Peckham’s Bussey building, which is hidden in the back streets of Peckham to sell everything from vintage clothing to vintage maps. The founders of hackney flea market decided to bring their vintage Gems to one of south London’s cultural hotspots, Peckham. The Peckham salvage yard … Continue reading The hidden gem of Peckham
It’s that glorious time of year again when some of us become actively allergic to our surroundings. This irritating allergy affects 1 in 5 people in the UK. Were going to give you the low down on triggers and prevention so you can enjoy the outdoors fully this summer. Hay fever is the umbrella term for an allergy to pollen, depending on the month … Continue reading Hay Fever 101
The government hand over £50 million to Grammar schools to create new places instead of funding other state schools. Ministers says that this step will give parents more choice for children moving to secondary school when they are 11. But union leaders said the money should be going to those crippled by Tory cuts, where people have had to beg parents for help to buy … Continue reading Today Grammar schools get a £50 million to create thousands of new places
The annual London Youth Games final takes place on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th July at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, which can see up to over 125 thousand people at these games. Can you compete for Lambeth Trial’s for the games that are part of the National School Games Programme continues and should you wish to represent Team Lambeth, the responsibility for entries … Continue reading Lambeth at Balfour Beatty London Youth Games 2018 Final’s