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Archive for January, 2013

It’s finally here – the longest-awaited pay day in the history of the world, ever. Money burning a hole in your pocket? Here’s how we’ll be spending ours at London Living this month.

Festivals at the Queen Elizabeth Park

The music industry was buzzing with the news last week that two of London’s large-scale festivals are moving to the Queen Elizabeth Park – right on the doorstep of East Village. It’s …

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COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

  1. These terms and conditions (“Official Rules”) for a prize draw entitling one winner a pair of train tickets to Bath (standard class), 2 x tickets to the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics on Wednesday 28th August 2013, dinner at Yammo! Restaurant (value of £100), a one night stay at Duke’s Hotel and the opportunity to write a blog post about their experience for the London Living blog within one month of their visit, www.londonliving.at, (“Competition”) are a binding legal agreement between you and East Village London (“East Village”) of Lansdowne House, 57 Berkeley …

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COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

  1. These terms and conditions (“Official Rules”) for a prize draw entitling one winner a £500 voucher for Westfield Stratford City (“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.

 

  1. The Competition commences at 2pm (2.00pm) GMT on Monday 22nd April 2013 and ends at 6pm on Sunday 30th June 2013 (“Competition Period”).

 

  1. To enter the Competition you must be aUKresident and be 18 years of age …

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It’s fair to say the local area around East Village is truly packed with culture. Everywhere you look, there is something with a little bit of history behind it, with the 3 Mills Studios being a prime example. 

It’s sometimes rather too easy to miss the local treasures sitting right under our noses, so we’re giving the Mills some righteous time in the spotlight here on London Living.

Resting on the banks of the River Lea in Bromley-by-Bow, the three Mills are former working mills – ”Read more …