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More pubs are closing down in Brent and Harrow than in most other parts of the country
9 HRS AGO - Hillingdon has also seen a significant decline in the number of pubs and bars
The 95 years of Nelson Mandela
13 HRS AGO - Today marks what would have been the 100th birthday of Nelson Mandela, the first Black president Expand
Royal College of Art: Communications Show
18 HRS AGO - From 20th century Iranian postcards to a 15ft inflatable sheep, the Royal College of Art’s Expand
Families invited to free fun day at Brompton Cemetery
1 DAY AGO - Brompton cemetery in West London will throw open its doors to the local community with a Expand
Royal Albert Hall – Dementia Friendly Screenings
2 DAYS AGO - On the 17thJuly the Royal Albert Hall will be hosting a dementia friendly screening of Calamity Expand
Vejdi Rashidov – exhibition at Gagliardi Gallery
2 DAYS AGO - Opened at Gagliardi Gallery on the 10th July by the Bulgarian Ambassador, HE Mr. Konstantin Expand
Voice & Vote: Women’s Place in Parliament
2 DAYS AGO - “However benevolent men may be in their intentions, they cannot know what women want and what Expand
Dining Out: Harvey Nichols
6 DAYS AGO - 5th Floor 109-125 Knightsbridge Belgravia London SW1X 7RJ Pity the driver commuting through Expand
K&C council: ‘poor’ at handling housing complaints
6 DAYS AGO - Kensington and Chelsea council has apologised that it’s handling of complaints about housing has Expand
Man charged with fraud in relation to Grenfell Tower fire
10 HRS AGO - The 26-year-old will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on July 30
Middle East Peace
15 HRS AGO - By Tim Epps Amidst an unending stream of highly polished, expensive cars we sat in the marvellous Expand
Le Mans 1968 – 2018
1 DAY AGO - By Maitland Cook La Chartre sur le Loir Sitting on the terrace of the Hotel de France with a large Expand
From the Riverbank. Part 6
1 DAY AGO - By Don Grant   Everything was perfect for a day’s fishing. It was warm without being too hot; Expand
A Global Britain Vision needs Fixing
2 DAYS AGO - By Derek Wyatt There is real anger across Continental Europe about the UK’s decision to pull out Expand
Screening of the 2017 Harlem International Film Festival documentary, “Changing the World, One Wall at a Time,” on July 29th 2018
2 DAYS AGO - The screening of the Street Art documentary, “Changing the World, One Wall at a Time,” will take Expand
These are the highest-paid teaching jobs in west London
3 DAYS AGO - Can you guess where west London's best-paid teachers work?
Children in Kensington and Chelsea are waiting more than a YEAR for an autism diagnosis
6 DAYS AGO - Children are waiting so long for help that a taskforce is being set up
Football fever hits Hyde Park
7 DAYS AGO - England reaching the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup is momentous, so it deserves to be Expand
Residents and businesses invited to find out how this year's Notting Hill Carnival will affect them
12 HRS AGO - The new organiser of the event is hosting the meeting at the small hall in Kensington Town Expand
Is drinking coffee good for you?
16 HRS AGO - Health professionals have previously warned against drinking large amounts of caffeinated coffee, Expand
These paintings of 'significant value' could be about to disappear from a Kensington museum
1 DAY AGO - Kensington and Chelsea Council has agreed to the “disposal of 397 pieces of Expand
From Amsterdam to Ascot: The Hat Gallery stampedes into the UK
1 DAY AGO - Reporting by Erin Adelman and Laura Dudones Though little is known about the hat’s origin, it has Expand
The London Mastaba, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Serpentine Gallery
2 DAYS AGO - Until 9 September 2018 Free Admission serpentinegalleries.org   Christo and his late Moroccan Expand
£2 billion raised in government buildings overhaul
2 DAYS AGO - £2 billion has been raised in government building sales and a further £300 million per year saved Expand
‘Splendours of the Subcontinent: A Prince’s Tour of India. 1875 to 1876’ and ‘Four Centuries of South Asian Paintings and Manuscripts’
5 DAYS AGO - The first of these two Exhibitions, ‘Splendours of the Subcontinent: A Prince’s Tour Expand
Royal Parks photo in celebration of Brompton Cemetery restoration
6 DAYS AGO - The Royal Parks photo, suitably labelled “Victorian hearse being pulled by decorated horses,” Expand