There are numerous fashion courses to take across London that will enable you to follow your passion for fashion. Why not try your hand at learning the best tips in fashion styling, opt for learning a new skill such as pattern cutting or how about an introduction into textile designing. Whichever you decide there are plenty fashion courses in London to get your creative juices flowing.
Whether you are a beginner or more of an expert in the Yoga field, in Central London there are numerous Yoga classes you can attend to suit all skill levels and have fun at the same time. So if you fancy giving yoga a go or just looking for a new type of class to try, here are the top Yoga classes to try out in London.
Zone 2 Brixton benefits from excellent transport links thanks to the speedy Vitoria Line and the numerous bus routes which serve it.With a Lido and the excellent Brockwell Park on it´s doorstep Brixton is a great place both to live and visit. If you n
Shopping in London can sometimes be overwhelming. With so many areas to choose from it can be hard deciding where to start. That is why I absolutely love the ease of Westfield Shopping Centre. Located in Shepherd’s Bush and also one in Stratford City, both centres offer a wide variety of stores, cafes and restaurants for a really fantastic day out shopping.
The United Kingdom’s busiest and largest airport is London Heathrow; it attracts over 70 million passengers every year. Travellers using the airport for their domestic and international journey take advantage of the various mode of public transport that connects the airport to various parts of the capital city.People using their own car to drive to
In the past few years the O2 has transformed into more than just a place where you go to see your favourite band. One of the more recent additions is Up at the O2 which challenges you to climb over the 50 metre structure to see a great view of the London skyline.
Injury is something every runner fears. What can you do to treat running injuries and get back up and running?
Bored of running the same old route round the same old streets? You need to shake up your run and go explore London. There are plenty of new routes for you to find, whether you like the gritty drama of busy urban streets unfolding in front of you or the quiet serenity of woodland to run through - London has it all.
London is buzzing with museums, walks and sites that celebrate the city’s link with literature. You can go on city jaunt or drink in a famous haunt. Be amazed by authors’ living quarters and even get inspired to write yourself…
London 2012 may be just a warm, fuzzy memory now, but Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park London remains and it’s now open to the public to enjoy. You can follow in the footsteps of Chris Hoy and speed round the velodrome or make a splash like Ellie Simmonds.
With London’s decidedly changeable (read: wet) weather, a great list of soft play areas in London is a must-have for every parent. My kids are like a couple of mischievous puppies when they’re cooped up in the house for too long, so I’ve become a bit of a connoisseur on ball ponds and indoor climbing frames.
You have 24 hours in London and want to jam in as much eating, drinking, sightseeing and shopping as possible? Look no further than our guide to everything you need to do to spend a great 24 hours in London.
09.00am: Start the Day with a Great Breakfast - Best London Brunch Spots
10.30am: Find a Jar of Moles
11.40am: Grab a Coffee with Some Cats! - London's Quirkiest Cafes
12.00pm: Try Some Vintage Shopping - Vintage Shopping in London
1pm: Lunch! - London's Best Street Food Burgers