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Blogger Mummy in the City on Family Life in South West London

Mummy in the City blogger Tine Farstard on family life in London and what to do with the kids during the school holidays

Louise Candlish on the trials and tribulations of pancake day

LOUISE CANDLISH: THE PANCAKE DAY STRUGGLE IS REAL

Novelist and SW Resident columnist Louise Candlish flips out about Pancake Day – 13 years of motherhood, and those delicious spheres of batter continue to elude her…

Wild Things flower shop, Mayfair

WILD THINGS, MAYFAIR, CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS

Louise Bermingham knows flowers. With her Mayfair florist, Wild Things, celebrating its 20th anniversary, The Resident asks how she keeps everything so rosy…

The cultural evolution of Nine Elms: Battersea Power Station is set to be developed into a vibrant London community

BATTERSEA BECOMES LONDON’S NEW ENTREPRENEURIAL HOTSPOT

Battersea is set to become the beating heart of a new community of Londoners, they say. Architect Rafael Viñoly’s masterplan was approved by Wandsworth Council and the Mayor of London in 2010, with the 42-acre lot designed for homes, shops, cafés and offices as well as over 19 acres of public space.

Things to do in January in London: VAULT Festival arts fest below Waterloo station

TIM WILSON ON VAULT FESTIVAL & NEW ARTS THEATRE

Tim Wilson, Associate Producer at PW Productions, knows a thing or two about innovation in theatre. The Nunhead resident, who founded VAULT Festival – a ‘carnival of experience’ in the tunnels below Waterloo station – is now leading the renovation of the New Arts Theatre

Alex Brundle has followed in his father Martin Brundle's footsteps to become a race driver

ALEX BRUNDLE ON RACING HIS FATHER AT LE MANS & LIFE IN GREENWICH

Racing driver Alex Brundle on racing his father Martin Brundle at Le Mans and why he now feels more in the driving seat following his recent move to Greenwich Peninsula

THE NOTTING HILL ENTREPRENEUR MAKING ICONIC ART AFFORDABLE

From a small office in Notting Hill, Russell Blackmore endeavours to get limited-edition, iconic artwork of the likes of Marilyn Monroe and Jimi Hendrix into even the most humble of homes

PLACE/Ladywell is a smart, efficient way to make use of unused spaces in cities, delivering housing, shops and community spaces

WHY LADYWELL IS THE PLACE TO BE

PLACE/Ladywell is the UK’s first pop-up village, with temporary homes, a cool café, a thriving indoor market and workspace for entrepreneurs and charities. Take a tour of this cool new community hangout

DR ROSENA ALLIN-KHAN MP: WHY TOOTING MEANS THE WORLD TO HER

Labour Party politician Dr Rosena Allin-Khan tells us why her constituency has a special place in her heart, and explains why she’ll stop at nothing to achieve her goals

HELLO! editor Rosie Nixon

HELLO! EDITOR ROSIE NIXON ON CELEBRITY & HER NEW NOVEL

Earlsfield editrix and author Rosie Nixon discusses her new novel, The Stylist, and lifts the lid on life at HELLO! magazine

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