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International Women's Day in London: Check out WOW - Women of the World - at Southbank Centre

12 Ways to Celebrate International Women’s Day in London

What a year to be a woman! Not only is it 100 years since Suffragettes won women the right to vote, women continue to shake things up, calling #TimesUp on sexual harassment, demanding equality and making sure all voices are heard. Bring on International Women’s Day then, which falls on Thursday 8 March 2018. Here’s where to celebrate in London  

47 Things to Do in London: February 2018

47 Things To Do In London this February, from The Simon & Garfunkel Story to Winterland in Fulham, The Jungle Book at Richmond Theatre, Fatberg! at London Museum and an exhibition by The Royal Society of British Artists

Actor Georgina Campbell interview: On Black Mirror, Broadchurch, Krypton and life in Clapham

Georgina Campbell on Black Mirror, Broadchurch & BAFTA

Actor Georgina Campbell on Black Mirror, Broadchurch, winning a BAFTA, creating conversations and life in Clapham

January restaurant offers in London: Carluccio's £1 menu

London’s Best January Restaurant Offers

January is one of those months where many of us need to watch the pennies, but we’re still hungry for good food, so check out The Resident’s pick of the best January deals at restaurants across London

Where, why and how to do cold water swimming in London: Tips from the Outdoor Swimming Society

Why You Should Try Cold Water Swimming

Whether you’re looking to get fit, make new friends or are looking for a more adventurous New Year’s Resolution, why not try cold water swimming? It’ll certainly take your breath away… Ella Foote from the Outdoor Swimming Society tells us why we should all dive in

London's best afternoon teas: Cake Boy by Eric Lanlard at Battersea Reach

Win a Luxury French Afternoon Tea at Cake Boy in Battersea

The Resident has paired up with Cake Boy in Battersea to offer one lucky reader a luxury French afternoon tea for two with champagne!

Expert advice on home care for dementia (photo: Kathy with her mum, courtesy of Home Instead)

Ad Feature 3 Expert Tips On Discussing Home Care with Elderly Parents

Tony O’Flaherty, Director of Home Instead Senior Care Wandsworth, Lambeth & Dulwich and Dementia Friends Champion, shares three tips for talking to your elderly parents about home care:

Brixton Design Trail highlights: The Silent Arch by Bharat & Jean is part of the Brixton Design Trail for London Design festival

8 Highlights of Brixton Design Trail 2017

As Brixton Design Trail returns for a second year – this time with the theme Love is Power – SW Resident picks out the best bits… 

All Four Paws is a website that seeks out and rates dog-friendly hotels, restaurants and destinations in London and the UK

Find the UK’s Dog-Friendly Hotspots with All Four Paws

All Four Paws brings together the UK’s best pet-friendly places into one handy website. The Resident sits meets the founders who hate to go anywhere without their four-legged friends…

Interview: south London singing sensation Raye is music's next biggest thing

Meet South London Singing Sensation Raye

South London native Raye is a force to be reckoned with. At only 19, she is the UK’s hottest newcomer and fans love her unapologetic attitude. The Resident meets the Brit School graduate who knows what she wants and won’t take no for an answer…

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