Yo-ho-home (and a bottle of rum)…

Back in July we looked at 4 of Britain’s most interesting houses. We sailed far and wide across the internet to chart some of the most unusual buildings that people have made their homes. During that voyage a few themes emerged – not least our national obsession with coastal and maritime properties. So here – me hearties – are […]

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We are collecting for Camden Foodbank

We are very pleased to announce that we will be supporting Camden’s Foodbank by collecting canned and tinned goods at our Camden store on York Way. The Trussell Trust’s Camden foodbank its one of over 380 foodbanks across the UK helping the 13 million people that live below the poverty line in the UK. Hunger is […]

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Tidiness, Taught

Some people took our last post – espousing the merits and benefits of being untidy – a little more seriously than was intended. So to reset the scales and bring some common sense perspective to our humble corner of the internet, we decided in this blog entry to focus on bringing kids up properly. No – not the whole of […]

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Setting up a Home Library (Shhhhh!)

You might think that with the stratospheric rise of tablet computing that physical libraries are becoming a thing of the past. But – as lot of bookworms agree – there’s something far more wholesome and satisfying about indexing through hard copies than there is about tapping a search into iBooks or Amazon and hitting download. Libraries […]

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