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Battersea penthouse reaches the height of luxury

A £7.5m penthouse in Richard Roger’s iconic Montevetro is a new high, says Cheryl Markosky.

Tall buildings are all the rage in the capital, with 236 edifices of more than 20 storeys proposed, or already under construction, according to New London Architecture. 541 more words

General

London’s first casualties in France, August 1914

The British Expeditionary Force arrived in France in mid-August 1914. Part of the force was the first overseas wartime contingent of the Royal Flying Corps. Sadly, two of London’s first Great War casualties were among these airmen: E.W.C. 1,494 more words

Ordinary Londoners

Measurable Improvement?

It’s nice when you come off a training session that you felt went really well.  This happened to me yesterday and I just wanted to boast a bit about it here :-) 210 more words

Training

The Power Of Summer

Last week I received a sweet little text from a London based friend, telling me he had a spare ticket to a film playing at The Power Of Summer cinema. 193 more words

London

Delicious and yummy cinnamon roll with Philadelphia cream cheese frosting

I cannot express how much, I love cinnamon rolls.. I must say, it is not a pastry that should be consumed every day; unless it will be difficult getting through the door. 450 more words

Dalila - Lebanese food in Battersea

Last Friday I tried out the new Lebanese restaurant, Dalila, in Battersea. I LOVE Lebanese food, it’s one of my favourite cuisines and this one didn’t disappoint. 688 more words

Food

It's summer, it's London, who knows what the weather will do. The Magic Garden is your summer party saviour.

If you’re lucky enough to have a birthday in summer time, then your options for celebrations are greatly broadened. Unfortunately if you’re British, summer parties come with a weather warning. 266 more words

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