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Are You Sitting On a Fortune?

It is possible that you might have some antique jewellery, a watch or other vintage items lying around in your house that you are not paying attention to.

If so, you could be sitting on a fortune.

Truthfully, there is … Read more →

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Natasha Lee

What inspired you to create Wild Child Kitchen?

The idea itself was something that came together over a few months—I had become increasingly interested in the growing wellness space but couldn’t understand why so much of our attention was … Read more →

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Caroline Hall

What do you look for in food?

Fabulous ingredients (seasonal and local when possible), well balanced flavours and not over-worked.

How did you start Rocket Food, and how did it develop? Did you have to make any tough decisions?

We … Read more →

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The Ballet Hub

RAD ballet classes, The Printworks Health Club, 10 Beaconsfield Terrace Road, London W14; Tue 10 Jan--Tue 4 Jul; every Tue, 3pm--9pm; registration £20, up to Grade 1 £77 per term, Grade 2 and over £99 per term

The Ballet Hub follows the Royal Academy of Dance syllabus, meaning that students can enter for prestigious ballet examinations. RAD Read more →
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Introducing Hiroes – a novice party planner’s dream

We love most things about Christmas, but party planning isn’t one of them. From sourcing venues to finalising canapes, if you’ve got the responsibility of playing host (when you’re likely to be at your busiest and most run-down), it can … Read more →

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Before the move: five tips for a fresh start

Moving house is the chance to start over: although you shouldn’t put too much pressure on yourself to be manically organised with all your belongings, it’s good to get stuff sorted. Before you can say new home, new me, here … Read more →

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The Serras, Barcelona

The credentials:

The Serras, a five-star modern boutique hotel, sits on the edge of Barcelona’s Gothic quarter, facing the seafront. The building, which dates from 1846, once housed Pablo Picasso’s first studio, and is only a short stroll from several … Read more →

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'I really appreciated the fact I got a full hour and that my massage was tailored to my needs'

Uspaah

The blurb

Uspaah is London’s new high-end, on-demand mobile spa founded by Iglika Ghouse, a former investment banker who struggled to find time to fit in beauty treatments. So much so, that she launched the app ‘Uspaah’ to bring qualified … Read more →

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Should London follow in Paris’ footsteps? Banning older vehicles from the road

London’s new Mayor Sadiq Khan has chosen to make an early stand on air pollution in the capital. He recently unveiled a radical raft of measures to crack down on the issue, including a headline-grabbing ‘T-charge’.

The £10 toxicity levy … Read more →

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