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D&D Restaurant Group Launches Live Your Lunch Break Campaign

D&D, the restaurant group that owns Bluebird, Kensington Place and 100 Wardour Street, have launched a new year-long charity initiative.

The group-wide initiative will see D&D partner with a selection of dedicated charities throughout 2019, working alongside them to provide … Read more →

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How To Find An Accountant In West London

It is undeniable that West London is central for both culture and business in the UK. Small businesses and start-ups cropping up are bringing more exciting and diversified services than ever, and anyone seeking to establish themselves must be … Read more →

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The Countdown is on: Christmas Gift Guide 2018

 

PAPIER 2019 DIARY AND PERSONALISED NOTECARDS £21.99, £49.00

Here at WLL we’re suckers for pretty, high-end stationery, and Papier does some of the prettiest, highest end around, in a fabulous range of designs. The hardback personalised A5 diaries include … Read more →

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Jean-David Malat

Branded “the most well-connected man in London” by The Times and “London’s hottest art dealer” by GQ, Jean-David Malat is an art dealer and personal advisor to everybody from members of the Royal family, to pop superstars like Madonna, film

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Reducing Life’s Big Expenses

With the rising price of petrol, gas, electricity and food pushing inflation above wage growth, many people across the UK are struggling to make ends meet. In fact, analysts are predicting that 2018 could be the worst year for … Read more →

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What you should know about becoming a homeowner in London

In London, the average monthly rent is now £289 higher than the average monthly mortgage repayment, according to Santander. It might seem daunting but, in the current climate, becoming a homeowner in the capital could be the smartest financial … Read more →

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Calcot Manor

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A chic, family-friendly country house hotel set in over 220 acres of rolling Cotswolds meadowland, Calcot Manor welcomes you with the warmest of metaphorical hugs from the moment you set foot in its main building – a lovely, … Read more →

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Coworth Park

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Coworth Park serves Georgian manor house luxury sans stuffy pretension in idyllic Berkshire. This five-star property is set on a 240-acre country estate fully equipped with all the quintessentially English essentials: two professional polo fields, manicured gardens, an … Read more →

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London: surviving in the world’s largest economic metropolis

London’s seat at the world’s economic top table should be in no doubt. Home to more than 250 banks, it is a city with a global outlook and handles more than a third of all foreign exchange across the world … Read more →

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'An undeniable knack for combining flavours'

Cambridge Street Kitchen

Open Mon–Fri 7.30am–9.30pm, Sat 8am–10pm, Sun 8am–8.30pm

The blurb:

Housed in the stylish boutique hotel Artist Residence, Cambridge Street Kitchen is a relaxed and well-priced all-day eatery, located on a leafy residential street of Pimlico. With a new head chef, … Read more →

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