Discovering London: What’s under the city? 

Sep 19 2018

I love London so much that I have made it my adoptive city for the past 20 years and counting. I love discovering London from the inside out. Last Spring I started exploring what is under the surface of the city by going on the fascinating Mail Rail tour. London town has a vast history that dates back to the Romans 2,000 years ago. These explorers chose to HQ the majority of their lives around the area due to the river making an ideal port, and it being a great location for settlement. To this day, it still is and homes over 10,000,000 people.

You can visit London and experience all of the main tourist attractions within a few miles of each other: Big Ben, the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament, to name a few. All of these exciting landmarks carry heaps of historical value and make London an iconic city that is recognised worldwide.

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Norman Knights in the Keep at Arundel Castle – 24/25 October 2018

Aug 22 2018

This October half term, visitors to Arundel Castle will be able to find out what it was like living at the Castle in the early Norman period with weapons, armour, combat and craft demonstrations to bring the era to life.

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Brompton Cemetery is a hidden gem and looks brand new after a face lift

Aug 21 2018

A multi-million National Lottery-funded restoration has just unveiled hidden secrets of spectacular Brompton cemetery in West London. A few years ago London Mums got involved in supporting this project and it is now finally completed. I am delighted about this as I have often walked at Brompton Cemetery to think and relax. Don’t forget that it is the final resting place for  the Suffragettes and I find it extremely inspirational. Check out how beautiful it has now become.  

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