“Hello darkness my old friend”

“Hello darkness my old friend”

The stars in the sky above us have guided humankind for millennia; the source of mystery, ancient gods and measure of time both constant and changing as our planet spins through the seasons. But as we have developed cities, transport and industry around the world the night sky has become...

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Mayor of London awards green grants to help communities transform and create green spaces

Mayor of London awards green grants to help communities transform and create green spaces

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced the 34 community projects which will be receiving grants through his Grow Back Greener Fund.  The Grow Back Greener Fund is part of the Mayor’s programme to secure a green recovery from COVID-19. A total of £699,000 has been awarded to community...

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Battersea Arts Centre’s “exemplary” and “ingenious” restoration recognised in this year’s Design and Architecture Awards

Battersea Arts Centre’s “exemplary” and “ingenious” restoration recognised in this year’s Design and Architecture Awards

Battersea Arts Centre received the 2020 Overall Winner Award and the Community and Experiencing Culture prizes from New London Architecture (NLA), whose annual awards celebrate the very best in architecture, planning and development in the capital. This marks five awards in recent weeks to pay tribute to the community-driven vision...

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Have your say on plans to save Brompton Hospital site

Have your say on plans to save Brompton Hospital site

Residents can have their say now on new guidance which could safeguard the future of world class healthcare services at the Brompton Hospital in Chelsea. Kensington and Chelsea Council has set out planning guidance which could influence the future of the site, helping to make sure it continues to be...

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Unseen letters to go on display as Charles Dickens Museum brings Christmas home

Unseen letters to go on display as Charles Dickens Museum brings Christmas home

One hundred and seventy-seven years ago, in November 1843, Charles Dickens was writing the book that would become a hit barely a month later. A Christmas Carol was completed in the early days of December, published on the 19th of that month and greeted with great reviews. Since 1843, the...

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Care in the time of Covid-19

Care in the time of Covid-19

In a world which has been thrown into chaos by the Covid-19 virus, many organisations have struggled with the pace and ferocity of change to their industries. Care provider Draycott Nursing & Care on the other hand, have seemingly vaulted their own considerable Covid-19 hurdles elegantly. The company employs 40...

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Apply or Pitch? Having courage for a future you can love

Apply or Pitch? Having courage for a future you can love

You can easily become hopeless making application after application for advertised positions.  Often, you need to customise your CV, write a tailored covering letter and fill in a detailed application form. Typically, you get no feedback but an automated acknowledgement. Many of the big job sites have positions advertised which...

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Setting a gold standard for care homes

Setting a gold standard for care homes

Eden Court, a luxury new Retirement Village and Care Home opening in early spring 2021 in Battersea, will set a gold standard for senior care in London.The Retirement Village is situated along Battersea Park Road and when open will include 28 luxury one- and two-bed retirement apartments along with an...

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Mayor of London pledges laptops to help vulnerable stay connected in lockdown

Mayor of London pledges laptops to help vulnerable stay connected in lockdown

GLA agrees partnership with SocialBox.Biz, a social enterprise which aims to eradicate digital exclusion in the Capital The Greater London Authority (GLA) is giving away its old technology to a social enterprise, in a bid to help the vulnerable stay connected over the winter lockdown. The partnership between the GLA...

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Spirit Animals Online Selling Exhibition at TribalArtLondon.com 3rd December 2020 to 10th January 2021

Spirit Animals Online Selling Exhibition at TribalArtLondon.com 3rd December 2020 to 10th January 2021

Tribal Art London will unveil Spirit Animals, the third in a series of curated, commercial, online exhibitions, from 3rd December 2020 to 10th January 2021.  The exhibition involves all the dealers who would have been present at the physical 2020 Fair, postponed until September 2021 due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.  With over...

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