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Things to do August Bank Holiday weekend: Notting Hill Carnival will once again fill the streets with colour

30 Things to Do in London on August Bank Holiday Weekend

With Notting Hill Carnival rolling into town, August Bank Holiday weekend in London is guaranteed to be a riot of colour. But there are plenty of other delights on offer… The Resident picks out the best things to do in London this August Bank Holiday weekend

Made in Chelsea’s Hugo Taylor Relaunches in Notting Hill

He was Made in Chelsea but Hugo Taylor is shaking things up with a move to Notting Hill, where he is embracing the area’s creativity to hone his design eye and build his sunglasses brand, Taylor Morris

Kidult in London: The Labyrinth Challenge comes to Kempton Park Racecourse in August

15 Fun Places to Be a ‘Kidult’ in London

Adulting is hard, especially in a non-stop, high-pressure capital city like London, so it’s no wonder that ‘kidult’ activities are on the rise. The Resident seeks out London’s best activities for those who have decided they don’t want to grow up…

Swingers: Lighthouse from 10th hole

12 Fun Activities for a Rainy Day in London

Looking for things to do when it’s raining in London? From crazy golf or a brewery tour at Fuller’s to a history lesson at west London café The Troubadour or a mooch about Greenwich Market, there are a myriad of indoor activities to try

George Clarke on Amazing Spaces and the future of interior design

GEORGE CLARKE ON THE FUTURE OF HOMES IN LONDON

Interior designer and TV personality George Clarke tells The Resident about his inspirations, the multi-generation homes of the future and going all ‘restoration man’ on his own Notting Hill home 

Notting Hill anthropologist jeweller Pippa Small

MEET PIPPA SMALL, NOTTING HILL’S ANTHROPOLOGIST JEWELLER

Meet Pippa Small, the Notting Hill based anthropologist jeweller who discovered her love for jewels and precious metals while doing fieldwork in Borneo. For her, jewellery should be empowering for all, not an exploitative First World luxury

FANCY A HEALTH KICK? BOOTCAMP PILATES TURNS UP THE PACE

Although Pilates is known as a slower, more reserved form of fitness, one studio turns up the pace instead I often hear people tell me that Pilates is something that they find too boring, that it doesn’t keep them engaged or that it moves at such a slow pace they find that all they can […]

22 of the best vegetarian restaurants in London

30 OF LONDON’S BEST VEGETARIAN RESTAURANTS

Celebrate National Vegetarian Week at one of London’s best vegan and vegetarian restaurants in north, west, south east and south west London

EDWARD FOX ON HIS RETURN TO THE WEST END FOR A ONE MAN SHOW

Edward Fox on his new one-man show – Sand in the Sandwiches – centered on the life of former poet laureate John Betjeman

Journalist Tim Walker has released his second novel, Smoke Over Malibu

JOURNALIST TIM WALKER ON HIS GRITTY NEW LA-INSPIRED CRIME NOVEL

Journalist Tim Walker on how working in LA inspired his new crime novel, Smoke Over Malibu, but he’s happy to be home in Kensal Rise…

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