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London; West North and Central

A note on this project

You have landed on a page that forms part of my project to suggest more equal parliamentary constituencies for England. If you would like to know why I am doing this, page back to my explanatory opening posts. 1,301 more words


Review: Take Another Look by Rosalind Noonan

This latest thriller from Rosalind Noonan had me hooked from the very first page. From the opening scenes until the conclusion, I simply could not tear myself away. 220 more words


Early lodgings in Kensington

When Ireland first moved to London in 1893 he lodged in Kensington, at an address that was to be home for his late teenage years. The full address was : 96 more words


Afternoon Tea at The Gore Hotel

I love afternoon tea. There is something really lovely about the tradition of taking a break in the middle of the afternoon and allowing yourself to give in to that sinking feeling with a little pick me up. 711 more words


East and West

There are ten years and quite a few countries between these two pictures (above); the first one in Budapest, 2004, the second taken last week in a pub in Pimlico. 303 more words

surrounded by the colours of Kensington

On a warm sunny Saturday in April.
People out and about in Kensington enjoying the day.