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6 Places in Midtown to Read on World Book Night

April is a busy month in our capital. From Easter to school holidays and the London Games Festival, along with our usual guided walks around Midtown, there's…

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4 Ways To Help Bees in Midtown and Beyond

We need bees. As a nation, we're all guilty of taking them and other pollinators like butterflies and hoverflies for granted, but they're actually essential for stable,…

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Valentines and Anti-Valentines Spots in Midtown

Ahhh February. The month of love. The time of year when you're never more then three feet away from a crimson heart or a sickeningly sweet…

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Alternative Exercise Classes London Midtown

While we aren't buying into the whole "New year, New You" spiel, there's certainly something to be said for using January to regain some of the fitness we've…

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Why you Need to Recruit, Manage and Retain the best Talent for Your Business

There are any number of essential business commodities, but one that can’t be underestimated is talent. While a business might have a great product, service…

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Why You Should Visit Museum Mile this Christmas

The festive season is upon us and with it comes the end of the school term. The kids will deserve a bit of a break…

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The Evolution of the Office

If historians of the future are looking to establish what was important to the UK in the early 21st Century, one glance at the skyline…

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How Can Technology Inform City Shaping?

Last week we attended an eye-opening conference at the NLA, urban utopia feels closer than ever! In the words of Cedric Price, “technology is the answer but…

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A Smarter City

A ‘smart city’ is widely understood to be technologically advanced, with wifi on every corner and lighting that turns itself off. But there is another…

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