London is fast following in the footsteps of our French dog-loving cousins and allowing dogs to come into restaurants, hotels and bars. They even have their own spas these days. Here’s where to take your dog to in London Hotels Last month, boutique hotel The Arch London declared its doors open to all canines big […]
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF BI-LINGUAL SCHOOLS?
We live in a multi-cultural society, so what will our children gain by attending a bi-lingual school? Philippe Fraser, Director of Islington’s Mars Montessori nursery, explains the benefits
17 OF ISLINGTON’S MOST BEAUTIFUL GARDENS
With Open Garden Squares Weekend taking place from 14-15 June 2014– it has inspired us to look at 17 floral gems around the Islington area
SEVEN NORTH LONDON STREET MARKETS
From food to antiques, North London boasts a multitude of markets to while away many an hour. Mark Kebble picks out seven of the best
10 REASON’S TO VISIT CAMDEN PASSAGE
Camden Passage was originally the place to go for antiques – while that side of things do remain with the market, there are now a whole host of other reasons to visit.
WHY NORTH LONDON’S MUSIC SCENE IS BOOMING
From The Old Queen’s Head to the Scala, many a big name in the music industry today set out on the route to stardom on a North London stage. BBC Radio 6 presenter Chris Hawkins helps us look at the five of very best The North London music scene is incredibly strong. There’s a real […]
ISLINGTON’S TOP FOOD HOT SPOTS
Make no mistake, the Islington area has become the epicentre of London’s foodie scene. Mark Kebble picks out five of the best and chats to the people in the know
WE LOVE FOOD’S TOP TEN NEIGHBOURHOOD RESTAURANTS
As food bloggers, the husband and wife team behind We Love Food have visited hundreds of restaurants around London over the years. Here they share their top ten picks of local restaurants across the capital, from Wandsworth to Hackney Grain Store Bruno Loubet’s Grain Store is housed in Granary Square next to those very cool […]