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Archive for November, 2012

To celebrate the launch of our relatively new and definitely fabulous East Village Pinterest page, we here at London Living are embracing the festive spirit by hosting a Christmas competition for you, our wonderful readers.

We’ve put together a few crafty questions for you to tackle, asking you to find images from our awesome collection of Pinterest boards.

But first, let us whet your appetites by revealing the amazing prize up for grabs. Our chosen winner will bag themselves a £100 voucher to one of London’s …

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The latest Twinterviewee in our weekly series is fashion honcho, Alessa Beatriz, a London-based Economics graduate and independent journalist from Spain.

In addition to being the UK correspondent for Chinese publications JingDaily.com and AnyWearStyle.com, Alessa is the esteemed blogger behind VogueAlchemist, a blog specialising in emerging talent in the fashion and arts industries, dedicated to exceptional brands and up-and-comers. What better reason to give our Twinterview …

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Over the course of this week here at London Living, we’ve been asking you all for your opinions on renting in London.

With East Village opening next year, here at London Living we’ve been asking you for your thoughts on renting and landlords: topics we are really interested to hear more about, from you, the people who are affected.

Heather left a comment on our Facebook page referencing the sheer expense of renting in London and the sky-high prices that seem …

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Bread and butter, David and Victoria, East London and sport – all duos which complement each other well. And it is in Newham, in particular, where the East End has been represented by some of the greatest sporting figures and moments for over a century.

The home of Olympic gold-medallist Christine Ohuruogu  and Premier League football manager Chris Hughton, there is no shortage of valuable sporting exports from the area. However, sport in the borough is not exclusive …

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We can’t think of a better example of something London Living Loves than Newham Bookshop, one of our favourite places to while away an hour or two in Newham.

A community bookseller’s set up 34 years ago by a group of parents who wanted a Newham book store which would educate and entertain the local community, this not-for-profit store is an absolute gem within the community – and it remains the largest …

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