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Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall attends dinner at Fulham Palace

On Wed 19 October 2016, Fulham Palace Trust hosted a Tudor themed dinner in support of the current restoration project Discovering the Bishop of London’s Palace at Fulham. Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall was guest of honour … Read more →

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Five ways to make this the best summer yet

If this summer hasn’t exactly filled you with joy so far then don’t despair—there’s still time to rescue it. Here are five of the best ways to give your summer a dash of sparkle that could stay with you for … Read more →

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Disastrous dates and disappointing destinations

A friend has lent me The Tent, The Bucket and Me, actress and writer Emma Kennedy’s tales of disastrous childhood summer holidays in the ‘70s, which has had me suppressing laughter during my morning commute for the last week.… Read more →

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'Grab a book, head for the deck, lie back on a traditional steamer chair and relax'

Cunard’s Queen Victoria

The Credentials:

This year Cunard is celebrating the 175th anniversary since its first ship Britannia set sail on 4 July 1840 from Liverpool to Canada and the USA. Samuel Cunard, accompanied by his daughter, 115 passengers and 89 crew members, … Read more →

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Will Fox-Staeton

Will Fox-Staeton

Which wine?

It’s a beautiful sunny evening in a west London garden, so rosé.

What’s the concept behind Notting Will’s Kitchen?

It’s a supper club for people who want to meet interesting people. I love entertaining, cooking and bringing different … Read more →

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Dine with a View at Watergate Bay Hotel

Nestled in the rocks of Cornwall on the shores of the Atlantic, lies Watergate Bay Hotel.

The Living Space, one of the hotel’s three eateries, has a polished yet eclectic style, with an array of painted chairs and comfy sofas … Read more →

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The capital

The Capital Hotel

Served daily 2.30pm–5.30pm

Located a stone’s throw from Harrods, five-star, family-run The Capital Hotel has scooped plenty of awards, but the Tea Guild’s Award of Excellence for Top London Afternoon Tea 2012 grabbed our attention.

The new classic British tea … Read more →

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Orlando Hamilton

Orlando Hamilton

Do you think flowers are a necessity or frivolous?

I think that when times become economically hard, flowers do become a luxury. However, being surrounded by a bit of nature is good for your wellbeing – whether you walk past … Read more →

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Chris Grabiec

Chris Grabiec

Where do you live and why?

I live in Acton. I grew up in Chiswick (Turnham Green) and although I left home in my early twenties, I have always stayed in or close to the west London area. For me … Read more →

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Sam Harrison and Rick Stein

Sam Harrison and Rick Stein

Why did you choose Chiswick for Sam’s Brasserie?

Sam: When we opened six years ago, it was prior to the Chiswick boom. I guess we were a little ahead of the time; we could see that Chiswick was on the … Read more →

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