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Archive for March, 2012

  1. These terms and conditions (“Official Rules”) for a prize draw entitling one winner a half day LEGO building master class with Duncan Titchmarsh, the only accredited LEGO master-builder in the UK, for them and their friends (“Competition”) are a binding legal agreement between you and East Village London (“East Village”) of Lansdowne House, 57 Berkeley Square, London W1J 6ER. By submitting an Entry, you agree to comply with and accept these Official Rules.
  2. The Competition commences at 10am (10.00am) GMT on Tuesday 25 September 2012 and ends at 2pm GMT on Friday 12 October 2012 (“Competition Period”).
  3. To enter the Competition you …

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In 2006, Hackney-based film-maker Dan Edelstyn stumbled upon his grandmother’s memoirs hidden away in his family attic. What he uncovered was a fascinating story, revealing Maroussia Zorokovich’s privileged upbringing in Ukraine, her troubles during the Russian Revolution in 1917 and subsequent emigration to the UK.

In 2008, Dan visited the Ukraine and discovered his family’s vodka distillery still up and running in a remote village. Caught up in the idea of bringing back the struggling vodka brand produced on his family’s site, the young film-maker …

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With Easter Sunday just next week (along with the prospect of a mouthwatering four-day weekend), it seems high time London Living took a closer look at London’s Big Egg Hunt, to see just what all the fuss has been about as it approaches its conclusion.

Hoping to smash the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest ever egg hunting exercise, the scheme has been truly embraced by Londoners, who have jumped at the challenge to uncover the 209 eggs, created by the hands of some …

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To welcome spring, and the first real glimpse of sunshine peeking above the rooftops of the capital, London Living brings you our top five outdoor swimming spaces in London – so you can enjoy the wonders of London’s skyline from a distinctly horizontal position.

1. London Fields Lido, Hackney

Tucked away in the green corners of London’s East End, the London Fields Lido is one of the precious few heated outdoor swimming spaces in the capital.

“Unlike other outdoor pools in the …

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