When should your child start nursery?

For most parents, the question is not as simple as it sounds. Depending on the family circumstances and the personality of the child, parents tend to decide on the right age to send their child to the nursery. Since the Government funds nursery for children aged 3-4, most parents consider it the right age to […]read in full »

How to keep your dog healthy living in London

It is quite a concern for pet parents to keep their fur babies healthy and happy. However, many people do not know that in addition to a proper diet, it is essential that their pet gets plenty of exercise. This can include daily walks and playing with their pet. Sending quality time with your dog, […]read in full »

Ways to Make Your Wedding More Memorable

Your wedding is your special day, so how can you make it more memorable for your guests? Your wedding doesn’t have to be a cookie cutter event that is the same as everyone else’s. There are many ways that you can make your wedding stand out from the rest. Here are some suggestions for making […]read in full »

Partying in London

London is a city known worldwide for its tireless nightlife scene. London nights are endless and able to satisfy the most demanding clientele. You will find areas, clubs and pubs for all tastes.read in full »

5 Caravan Locations Every Londoner Must Visit

For Londoners, taking a well needed caravan or camping trip is the chance to escape from the endless rush of city life and find some much needed relaxation.read in full »

The Most Iconic Theatres in London to Watch a Mesmerizing Play

The beautiful city of London is not just a tourist’s paradise, it also the most wonderful place in the world to live. The cosmopolitan city never left its old-world charm behind. This is the reason why it is still one of the hotbeds of arts and culture. Whenever I have time, I travel to the […]read in full »

How to Enjoy London like a Local

London is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. As modern as it is old, the city beautiful has everything from cosmopolitan restaurants to old pubs to offer. You can choose from a variety of theatres and museums to visit or go to the classic favorites like the Big Ben and London Eye.read in full »

Good morning, welcome to London... and how long are you staying?

Forget the American dream, this is the British dream. Every year tens of thousands of immigrants arrive in London. They come from all over the world in the hope of finding safety and striking gold. For his controversial new book, Ben Judah spent two years following them — Romanians, Poles, Africans, Arabs — trying to […]read in full »

10 Things to Do in London If You’ve Visited Before

More than 8.6 million people live in London and the city spans more than 600 square miles of landscape. In a city this large, there are naturally thousands of things to do and see, especially if you’ve already seen the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, the London Bridge, and many of the famous castles throughout the […]read in full »

The ideal Holmes show: Sherlock lives again at the Museum of London

The first exhibition devoted to the detective for 60 years is a joyous celebration of the sleuth in all his guises. Click above to watch Ian McKellen on Holmes, and the second tab for our interactive map (phone app users go to thetimes.co.uk/arts)read in full »

We’ll Go Downtown!

I had a good friend all the way from Romania come to visit me in London. He’d never been here and was pretty excited about seeing all the famous attractions and historic places that you can find right through the city. I decided to take a couple of days off work and be his official […]read in full »

Five Absolute Must-See in Destinations in London, England

If you’ve never had a chance to visit London, England you should make the time to do it at least once in your life. Like Salisbury Downs, home of Europa Pharmacy, this is filled with so much history and it also happens to be such a beautiful place. In fact, so much so that most […]read in full »

Where to go and where to eat in London this month

March may not seem the most obvious month in which to head to our fair capital – after all, by this time of year, the sun hasn’t emphatically returned just yet, and nor are hotel prices quite as low as at the start of the year.read in full »

How to buy a London property

For those looking for a home or a commercial property in London, the overall process can be daunting. Buying a London Property can be extraordinarily complicated with hidden fees, mounds of paperwork, and strange jargon that will puzzle even the most savvy shopper. Buyers need to understand how the buying process works and whether or […]read in full »

The Real Cost Of Cycling In London

Over the past few years, there has been a great deal of back and forth in London regarding the London cycle hire scheme, which was introduced in 2010 with sponsorship from Barclays Bank. Popularly known as ‘Boris Bikes’ (named after the London Mayor who introduced them), these bikes have given Londoners yet another to get […]read in full »

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