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Little Waitrose

Waitrose to open in Notting Hill Gate

June 24, 2014 14:36 | News
A new little Waitrose is to open in Notting Hill Gate on Tuesday 29 July and create approximately 55 new local jobs. The branch will be the third little Waitrose in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and will offer customers a bakery...
Business partners

The quick guide to finding the perfect business partner

March 25, 2014 09:24 | News
Business partnerships can be a beautiful thing or a terrible nightmare. With the right partner you can supplement your skillset, share ideas, give and receive encouragement, boost drive, share risks and split costs. Yet this is a relationship based on...
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Payday loans vs bank overdrafts

March 03, 2014 08:16 | News
If you’re facing a bit of a financial emergency – and who hasn’t! – have you ever found it tempting just to make the payment or withdraw the funds from your bank account, even when you know this is going...
Office desk

Creating a healthy work environment

March 03, 2014 08:05 | News
We spend most of our lives at work. As sad as that statement may sound, working is a necessary part of life, and the drive for success and ambition is one that comes from within. As humans we are wired...
Walking London

New Year’s resolutions which save cash

January 14, 2014 13:25 | News
It is that time of year again. The Xmas festivities have come to an end and the Xmas decorations have been packed away for next year, and we all start to look towards the New Year ahead and start thinking...
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Second device for Christmas? Get connected!

January 14, 2014 13:25 | Shopping
Did you receive a tablet or smartphone for Christmas? If like millions of other homes, you now have two or more devices, you’ll want to look into ways you can connect all of them to the internet. The two most popular...

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    Each month our friends at Twenty Something London give us their top picks for where to check out in West London - and support independent businesses.This time their favourites include authentic Italian, independent bookshops, cheap cinemas (in beautiful surroundings), and sophisticated cocktail bars.Here's their top four...... The...
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    Building a bridge to employment for local youngsters

    A £100,000 scheme to help 74 young people into employment has been launched in the royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea.Funded by a grant from the City of London Corporation’s charity City Bridge Trust, the project is enabling the council...
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    A concert at St John's Notting Hill church will take place as part of Parliament Week – an annual programme of events designed to encourage people to take an active part in the democratic process.Hosted by Pro Art and Co...
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    Kensington and Chelsea College presents Crowns Exhibition

    Some of London’s finest contemporary milliners are taking part in a new exhibition at the Chelsea Centre Gallery this November. All eight hat makers are graduates of Kensington and Chelsea College’s internationally renowned Millinery Department, including Gina Foster, Justin Smith Esquire...
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    Meet your maker at designer craft show

    This year’s Handmade in Britain show returns to Chelsea Old Town Hall in November, featuring more than 100 UK-based designer makers and promising a unique Christmas shopping experience. Showcasing makers who are renowned for their skill and quality, the show is...
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    Find out if you've got 'the edge' at Westway Sports Centre

    If you’re looking for a fun-packed weekend that celebrates London’s thriving urban sports scene then look no further than the Westway Sports Centre.The Notting Hill facility is hosting the Urban Edge Festival – an event brimming with exciting activities and...
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    Recycling to become clearer in Kensington and Chelsea

    Residents’ recycling bags will be clear from this autumn, with the orange containers replaced in a bid to tackle bad recycling and reduce contamination costs. The change is to help residents recycle responsibly and prevent people from putting the wrong items...

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    Five things to do when you go West

    This month, Twenty Something London gives us their top picks for what to do when you go West. From authentic wine tasting to a shop in a bar or a coffee shop, if you’re looking for a unique place to...
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    World’s best paraclimbers gather at Westway Sports Centre

    This weekend the Westway Sports Centre will host elite paraclimbers from around the world who are taking part in the first International Federation of Sport Climbing Paraclimbing Cup to be held in Great Britain.The event, which is organised by the...
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    Youngsters bowled over by Streetchance initiative

    Youngsters are being offered free coached cricket sessions at Westway Sports Centre.The sessions are being held on Wednesday evenings from 4-6pm as part of the StreetChance initiative - a national programme run by the Cricket Foundation, engaging young people from...
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    Deciding the future of Notting Hill Gate

    Kensington & Chelsea Council is consulting locals over proposed changes in Notting Hill Gate.The options being considered for the area range from a refurbishment to building affordable homes and even including an art gallery or museum as part of a...
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    Sleep rough for a night to help west London’s homeless

    Duke of York Square and The West London Churches Homeless Concern (WLCHC) are inviting members of the public to join them in sleeping rough for a night in order to raise £100,000 to help alleviate homelessness in west London.On 4 October...
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    Enjoy the cinema – outdoors

    Outdoor film specialists Pop Up Screens are back, showing an array of popular films in the idyllic setting of local London parks.From comedy favourites like Anchorman and Zoolander to coming-of-age tales like Empire Records and Mean Girls, not to mention...
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    Your Notting Hill Carnival travel guide

    More than a million people are expected to visit the Notting Hill Carnival on Sunday 25 and Monday 26 August. Its the biggest event of its kind in Europe.Roads and public transport in and around the area will be exceptionally...
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    Landmark deal creates Europe’s largest free wifi zone

    Visitors to and residents in Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea are to enjoy free wifi access on their mobile phones, laptops and tablet devices, following a landmark deal between Westminster City Council, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and network...
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    Give your views on how to improve the bus network

    Will buses be able to cope with the additional demand caused by London's rapidly rising population? Anyone in the area knows this is a hugely important question.The London Assembly is inviting people to give their views on this issue.How will...
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    SARM Studios holding yard sale ahead of renovation

    SARM Studios on Basing Street - owned by songwriter, performer and producer Trevor Horn - is holding a yard sale on Sunday 18 August from 1-6pm.Some of the studios’ old hardware, including speakers, will be sold off ahead of the...
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    The Carnival after-party not to be missed

    The team behind boutique festival Winterwell will host an unforgettable Carnival after-party on Sunday 25 August and it looks set to be a truly unmissable musical and visual feast for carnival goers.Hot on the heels of their sell-out Roaring 20s...
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    Relief as Notting Hill roadworks finish

    Thames Water's emergency repair works at Notting Hill Gate have finished – two weeks ahead of schedule.Both Notting Hill Gate and Pembridge Road are due to be re-opened by 6pm on Friday - almost four months after being closed for...
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    The Investigate Room – the Natural History Museum’s little secret

    When I asked my kids what they would like to do first over their summer holidays, they asked to go to the beach and then to the Investigate Room in the Natural History Museum.What’s the Investigate room? It’s a good...