Making the Most of a Study Free Summer

One of the best things about being a student (if you’re on a course that lasts for more than one year) is that you get a decent summer break. You might decide to fill those heady summer days with gainful employment (to hopefully help you pay down the student debt) or you could decide to go […]

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Where to Watch Wimbledon 2016…

With the public ballot for tickets long since gone,  it’s only those lucky enough to have been successful in the ticket lottery, multi-millionaires or fortunate members of a local tennis club who will be getting to watch the later games of the Wimbledon Championships court-side. So, if you weren’t lucky enough to have been allocated tickets in the draw (and […]

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Pride in London

If you’re proud of your city and your identity, then grab a diary and make note, as the famous London Pride (not to be mistaken with the beer brand!) will be returning to the capital from the 10th – 26th June. Attracting thousands of campaigners from across the globe, the event celebrates the LGBT community through a variety […]

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A Hanging Gardens Babble-on

There are hundreds of thousands of flats and apartments in London, and whilst not all tenants or owners will want to even contemplate growing their own anything, there will inevitably be some who fancy going green fingered in their living space. So if you’re a fancy yourself as a bit of an Alan Titchmarsh or Carol Klein, but are […]

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Prepping for Uni?

With those stressful A-Level exams out of the way and during the tense wait for grades – that uncomfortable wait to see if you’re going to the Uni of your choice, or having to find place somewhere else through clearing –  you’re probably looking for something to focus on. Regardless of where it is you’ll be going, you could plan the […]

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