The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking local people for their help to draw up a new pattern of council wards for Islington Council. The consultation is the first part of an electoral review which will re-draw ward boundaries across the borough.
On 6 April, the Battersea Arts Centre and Young Vic Theatre’s Young Producers will be taking over the building, delivering a packed programme as part of the Homegrown Festival: Occupy and the LDN City Takeover. OCCUPY Party brings music, dance, spoken word, theatre and installations
A multi-million pound package of commitments to drive forward growth in the Thames Estuary has been announced today (25 March 2019) to create jobs, build new homes and boost local economic growth. In its response to the Thames Estuary 2050 Growth Commission’s 2018 report, the government backs
Snow-Camp, the UK’s only charity using snowsports to change the lives of inner-city youth, has partnered with Skiworld for an end of season ski challenge. The entire Skiworld resort staff teams across France, Austria and Switzerland will be taking part in a huge challenge to
Recent survey results published by Money Transfer Comparison highlight a very fractured outlook for the United Kingdom’s economy amongst respondents as the extended April 12th deadline for the British exit from the European Union approaches. The survey, which collected responses from 2,552 British citizens, underscores
New research from Central England Co-op has offered an insight into the shopping habits of customers ahead of Mother’s Day and reveals people are spending more than ever. The data gathered from across the retailer’s 240 food stores reveals shoppers are increasingly looking to do
Have you ever had a day where you speak to no-one, until you are not even sure how you talk? Well it’s been like that for William, but instead of a day, it was nine years. After a huge sabbatical and a mighty return to
Groundbreaking composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi, one of the most successful musicians on the planet, today hits the top spot of the UK Classical Chart with his new album ‘Seven Days Walking: Day One’ which has become the fastest-streamed classical album of all time in its first week of release. Out
Something strange is coming to Hendon for a one night only showcase on the 9th April 2019. In collaboration with the UKIE London Games Festival, this unique fringe event places you at the centre of the story and tests your strategy skills under pressure. In
by Becky Rice Becky Rice, Health Information Officer, Pancreatic Cancer Action feeds back on a follow up meeting for the NHS’s recent Long Term Plan. She outlines the positives of the plan but also, drawing from personal experience as a NHS nurse, concerns and frustrations.