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Good News at Last for Prospective London Property Renters

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Rentals across London are flat-lining, is affordable living in the capital a future possibility? Guest Post by Dom from the Open Property Group It’s no secret that London is one of the most expensive places to live not only in the UK, but also the world. However, rentals across the...
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Get 50% Off Food at New Restaurant Trawler Trash

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Save money and try out some lesser known varieties of seafood at the same time! By Steph Dye (follow Steph on Twitter: @HelloIAmSteph) The way we eat, or more specifically the things we eat, is becoming more and more important and are now at the forefront of consumer discussion. It’s more important...
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The Village Underground is Transforming a Cinema in East London

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Meet the new ‘Roundhouse of the East’! By Steph Dye (follow Steph on Twitter: @HelloIAmSteph) The Roundhouse has had a pretty up and down history, however now it’s a flourishing hub of creativity and culture. Luckily for those in the East, they are likely to soon be gaining access to a...
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6 Affordable Public Speaking/Debating Clubs In London

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Get over your stage fright and discover how public speaking can enhance your life! By Sophia Moss (follow Sophia on Twitter: @EndlessMoss) Public speaking is one of the most terrifying things a human being can be asked to do. In fact, many people would rather be buried alive than speak in public....
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Visit the Butterflies at The Natural History Museum

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Take in something exotic in your lunchbreak! By Steph Dye (follow Steph on Twitter: @HelloIAmSteph) Obviously everyone knows what a butterfly looks like but how many times have you seen one in real life? Especially, the large, brightly coloured and exotic varities that normally only live in other countries. Well, returning...
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Free Film Screenings in London

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A detailed list of the best free films in London in March By Manolis Zografakis We love free films, we really do, and we know that you love them too! That’s why every month, I round up the best free film events happening in London, from DIY film clubs showing free films in small pubs,...
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Vintage Vauxhall – A New Vintage Antiques Market in Lambeth

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A new vintage antiques market in Lambeth, London Never mind Brick Lane, Vintage Vauxhall has arrived! Vintage Vauxhall is the new sister market to the well-established BathVA Vintage and Decorative Antiques Market. A collective of professional UK and European dealers will be selling a wide range of lovely vintage, antiques, art...
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Top 10 Free Events in London in April 2017

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St. Patrick’s Day, free laughs and a little bit of magic by Jen, who has recently decided to leave the Twittersphere I think it’s finally happened – Spring has sprung! Pack up your scarves, put your wool jumpers at the back of the closet and get ready for sunshine (seriously, I...
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Facing A Financial Emergency? Here’s What You Need To Know

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How would you react when faced with a financial emergency? Guest blog post by about Debbie No matter how careful you are, it’s easy to be caught out by an emergency. These, by their very nature, are out of the blue events that can leave you with a huge, unplanned bill...
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The Rise of Co-Living: Can it Solve the Housing Crisis?

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What do you know about about co-living? Guest blog post by about Jessica Foreman We’ve all heard of co-working spaces, where freelancers pay to use communal office areas and work side by side with other remote workers. But what about co-living? With affordable inner-city space a little hard to come by these days,...
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