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I'm a Londoner born and bred, live in Pinner and believe that London is the best place in the world and that there is always something new to discover.

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My WeekendNotes - 397 - Page 7
In 1698, following the fire at Whitehall Palace, the Royal Court relocated to St James's Palace, a building that dates ... [more]
Stanford's has been a presence in London for more than 150 years. In 1848 Edward Stanford took up employment with Trel... [more]
If you are interested in trying a new hobby, have you ever considered making jewellery? The Bead Shop in London has bee... [more]
Covent Garden can trace its history back to the thirteenth century when it was the Convent Garden for St Peter of Wes... [more]
Summer hasn't been very kind to those of us in the British Isles this year. It started out full of promise in April and... [more]
Wandering through Richmond upon Thames, I came across The Tea Box, a unique tea shop. It proclaims itself to be 'potty ... [more]
The South Bank (between London's Waterloo and Westminster Bridges) is a place dedicated to the appreciation and enjo... [more]
St Paul's Church Covent Garden is easily overlooked by visitors, but it provides a peaceful oasis within the bustle of ... [more]
tkts, originally known as the Half Price Ticket Booth, is located in the Clocktower building on the South Side of Leice... [more]
When I was growing up in London, tea rooms were found everywhere. Generally they seem to have been supplanted by coffee... [more]
If you spend any length of time in central London, I'm sure you've already come across people of all ages carrying ... [more]
I've long been fascinated with Cecil Court, an alleyway that runs between St Martin's Lane and Charing Cross Road. The s... [more]
Bloomsbury has been regarded as the literary quarter of London for many years now. There may not be as many publishers ... [more]
When I tell people that I live in Pinner, I usually have to explain that it's near Wembley and Harrow, places they will ... [more]
Southwark Cathedral, near London Bridge, is London's only surviving gothic building. Its first mention was in the Domes... [more]
A tour of the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden which can be found in the old Flower Market building) is an enjoy... [more]
Just to the south of Hammersmith Bridge in London is Barnes, where you will find a perfect example of a duck pond in... [more]
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