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London Pubs

London and pubs. The two go hand in hand. I’ve shot a selection of pubs across London recently and here are some of the highlights… King William IV, Leyton. The Bell, Walthamstow Time Out London For Londoners book cover The … Continue reading

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Adult Ball Pool

A creative agency in West London recently turned their exhibition space in to a ball pool that adults could play in – 81,000 white balls to throw yourself in to! Of course everyone went mad for it and once the … Continue reading

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Green Chain Walk

This walk in South East London from the River Thames at Erith to Falconwood is a short train journey from London Bridge and is an official Green Chain Walk, marked out by arrows and mileage posts. It passes through Lesnes … Continue reading

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Screen on the Green

Screen on the Green, Islington, London. One of the lovely cinemas owned by Everyman, Screen on the Green offers superior comfort and service to the usual multiplex, and a glass of wine as you watch your film to boot. It … Continue reading

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Museum of Childhood

Museum of Childhood, Bethnal Green, London. Home to the V&A’s collection of childhood related objects and artefacts, spanning the 1600s to the present day. A haven for children and a chance for adults to revisit their childhood.

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Newington Green

Newington Green, London. Bordering Islington and Hackney, Newington Green is an open space surrounded by shops, cafes and housing. Time Out Cycle London Guide

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