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  • Recipe: Lemon Meringue tarts

    Recipe: Lemon Meringue tarts

    Try out this scrumptious recipe for six individual Lemon Meringue tarts!... Read More ›

  • Our interview with local adventurer James Ketchell

    Our interview with local adventurer James Ketchell

    It seems James Ketchell is truly unstoppable. Connor McGovern meets the Richmond raised adventurer There’s something monumental about completing a triathlon. I like to think that one day I’ll do... Read More ›

  • Barnes Farmers Market

    Barnes Farmers Market

    A food lover's haven, Barnes farmers Market is one of the oldest farmers markets in London. Catherine Whyte says you mustn't miss it!... Read More ›

  • Why Shakespeare is still awesome

    Why Shakespeare is still awesome

    I Miss Shakespeare: Last month local Shakespeare scholar Kerry Browne asked whether Shakespeare is all he's cracked up to be. In an insightful response, Heather Wheat defends the bard... Read More ›

  • Running Blind: An Alternative View of the London Marathon

    Running Blind: An Alternative View of the London Marathon

    Blind runner Simon Webb from Hampton Hill began running marathons in 2011. His new book Running Blind: An Alternative View of the London Marathon is out now... Read More ›

  • Review: Pygmalion, Richmond Theatre

    Review: Pygmalion, Richmond Theatre

    Patricia Lally reviews Pygmalion, starring Alistair McGowan, showing at the Richmond Theatre 14--19 April... Read More ›

  • Willy Wonka comes to Kew Gardens

    Willy Wonka comes to Kew Gardens

    Roald Dahl’s best-loved tale Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is brought to life at Kew Gardens for Easter by the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre.... Read More ›

  • Wagamama review

    Wagamama review

    Everyone loves supporting local, independent restaurants. Yet sometimes only a chain will do, says Catherine Whyte... Read More ›

  • Airport yoga

    Airport yoga

    Airport stress? Our Travel Editor Sarah Tucker offers her pick of the most relaxing yoga poses to try before you fly... Read More ›

  • Simon Cowell hosts local charity’s Easter Tea

    Simon Cowell hosts local charity’s Easter Tea

    Simon Cowell hosts star-studded Easter Tea at The Dorchester for Shooting Star Chase children’s hospices in Guildford and Hampton... Read More ›

  • Kew Little Pigs Easter Eggstravaganza

    Kew Little Pigs Easter Eggstravaganza

    Is there a better way to spend a sunny spring day than going on an Easter egg hunt with a lovely bunch of cute micro pigs? We certainly don’t think so!... Read More ›

  • Male body image: A ticking time bomb?

    Male body image: A ticking time bomb?

    It’s not just girls who worry about how they look. Now teenage boys are obsessing too. Samantha Laurie examines the alarming trend... Read More ›

  • The future of prosthetics

    The future of prosthetics

    Forget wooden legs. The London Prosthetic Centre is transforming lives with its fabulous creations. Fiona Adams learns more... Read More ›

  • WIN £300 to spend at Pure Collection

    WIN £300 to spend at Pure Collection

    Do you love cashmere? Win £300 to spend at Pure Collection, either online or at its new Surrey Boutiques... Read More ›

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Hetty Feather ›

Our review of Hetty Feather

Extreme Pruning ›

Job cuts at Kew Gardens

Grow old disgracefully! ›

Still got the moves?

Pygmalion, Richmond Theatre ›

We meet Alistair McGowan

Flower arranging class ›

Visit Judith Blacklock Flower School

Visit Malta ›

Our review of a top island holiday

Charles Clarke interview ›

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