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Top Free Things You Can Do Now To Improve Your Skin Health

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5 free ways to improve your skin Guest post by Ralph Montague It’s a constant battle, isn’t it? Trying to keep your skin healthy without having to pay for expensive treatments that may or may not work. Well, you’ll be pleased to know that there’s plenty you can do to...
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5 Reasons Why You Need a Budget Saving App

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Keeping track of your finances Guest post by Anthony Goff Keeping track of your finances is one of the most important things that you can do in your everyday life. One of the best ways to make sure that you never overspend and have enough to cover your living expenses in...
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Free International Art Festival #Tribe17

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Head down to the OXO Bargehouse this weekend By Elizabeth Brockman For many, the idea of visiting any of London’s incredible galleries is similar in concept to watching paint dry. To anyone who has begrudgingly dragged their heels around sighing at the thought of yet another Caravaggio, #TRIBE17 is hitting...
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Top 4 Spots to Live in East London

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The coolest spots to house hunt in the East End of London Guest post by Mike James Once considered the underbelly of the city, the eclectic, buzzing vibe of East London is now a veritable haven for anyone seeking a vibrant alternative to the manicured, docile streets of the city’s...
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Budget Wedding in London

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Tips for planning a budget wedding in London Guest post by Katie Jones You can have the wedding on your dreams in London – all on a budget! London is said to be one of the most expensive places to have a wedding; where prices of the venue and caterers...
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Which London Borough Are You Best Suited To?

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Living a London Life They say when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life. But is it possible that the people getting tired of living and working in London are simply visiting the wrong places? If you haven’t found your London sweet spot yet then it’s...
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What Does The Closure Of Wimbledon Stadium Mean For Greyhound Racing?

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Once a major slice of working class life Guest post by John Webb Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium was open for 89 years until it closed in March this year. Once considered the jewel in the dog-racing crown, the closure of the UK’s most famous dog racing stadium is in some ways a...
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The Camden Card: Get up to 25% off at Camden Market

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Save money at Camden Market’s shops, stalls, bars restaurants and cafes By Steph Dye (follow Steph on Twitter: @HelloIAmSteph) If you love Camden as much as we do, you’ll be delighted to learn that the Market has launched it’s very own discount, offering a serious discount on both it’s shopping and...
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17 Struggles You Face As A Student In London

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From sweaty morning tubes to extortionately priced flats, you’ll know the pain of every one of these… By Saffron Shergill from StudentJob.co.uk When you imagine yourself living in London you see Big Ben, The London Eye and afternoon tea. What you don’t picture is paying £4 for a pint, living...
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Netil House Open Studios 2017

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An evening of free public events at Netil House Our favourite Netil House will hold its annual Open Studios on 7th September from 6pm to 11pm as well as an after party! The free public event is a celebration of our creative community, formed by a broad range of creatives, including record producers, architects,...
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