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By Fahiza Danjuma, Social Media Manager, Poplar Union This Black History Month, Poplar Union are thrilled to celebrate Black excellence with a series of events running throughout October to honour the local Black artists, makers, and facilitators as they kick off #PUCelebratesBHM. Poplar Union are working with their community to...
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Guest post by Victoria Z. The extremely successful Weight Watchers program uses the fundamental “calories in, calories out” weight management strategy in its own smart way. The Weight Watchers’ point system, which gives points to items based on their calorie and nutritional composition, simplifies calories. Also, the free online Weight...
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By Laura Murillo from Studentjob.co.uk A fantastic option to broaden your knowledge and professional experience is to do an internship abroad. Working overseas can give you a variety of useful skills, that you can apply in different jobs; as well as give you a break from routine, and insight into...
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Guest post by Julia Evans With working from home becoming more common, and the world outside becoming more stressful and competitive than ever before, it’s important to have a small refuge from all of it when you come home at the end of a hard day. To achieve this, it’s...
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Guest post by Amy Marshall If you are in the process of relocating to London, whether it’s across the country or from overseas, you will likely need to get some estimates for the move. This can be a daunting task, as there are many different moving companies out there. How...
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Little Wing Film Festival is back for its 6th year championing grassroots cinema and emerging filmmakers. For the first time being 100% in-person since 2019, this community-led festival is back touring Everyman Cinemas across London from October bringing short films back to the big screen and supporting industry regeneration post-pandemic....
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Guest post by Hannah Madison The best part time jobs in London are those that offer good pay and are also flexible enough to work around your schedule. How to create CV for a part time job The content of your CV will vary depending on the part-time job you...
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Guest post by Kristie Shadwick Are you going to demolish, build or renovate your home? Perhaps you’re a big fan of DIY? Then you should get acquainted with the services of London garbage disposal agencies. You can rent a skip, which will fully correspond to the dimensions and characteristics of your...
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After having to cancel last minute last year due to the dreaded Covid, Poplar Union are excited to finally bring you Poplar Picnic; an annual, community festival in Bartlett Park celebrating everything Poplar! This free, family-friendly event has been organised in partnership with Well One, an organisation that aims to...
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Guest post by Trevor Davis Renovating your kitchen from scratch requires a significant investment. But not every homeowner can afford to spend much money on their next remodelling project. So, what’s the solution? Luckily, a kitchen makeover doesn’t necessarily have to cost a fortune. While it takes some skill, designing...
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