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A lunchtime wander: Westminster 20 Aug 2013 | 08:30 am

In my other job (the one that pays the bills) I temp as a legal secretary.  In the past few months I have been working in the immediate vicinity of Westminster Abbey which is (for someone interested i...

A Woodford Wine Experience 13 Aug 2013 | 08:30 am

Some of the best days are those that lead you in a direction you had no idea you were going in. Just over a month ago on a day when my foot was still pretty painful I decided on the spur of the moment...

Westminster Talks by Chris Moncrieff (my Dad) 26 Jun 2013 | 11:12 am

This is an update of a post I wrote last year. Some followers may know that my Dad is Chris Moncrieff who has been a journalist for the Press Association for over 50 years and even has a bar in the H...

A rather Royal Tea 21 Jun 2013 | 09:00 am

Being as I am obsessed with afternoon teas I occasionally get invited to tea themed events. Last year as a result of mentioning The Athenaeum Hotel in a blog post about my Top 3 teas  I was invited to...

Music for a Summer Evening 18 Jun 2013 | 08:30 am

Since creating my two local walks (in Walthamstow and in Chingford) as part of the Appetite Festival (on until the end of June) I have become much more focused on local events hence the recent flurry ...

Win with Westminster Walks! 11 Jun 2013 | 10:00 am

Walking the streets of Westminster as I often do - buses and walking being my preferred methods of getting around - I sometimes stumble across aspects of the City that are new to me such as the Terenc...

The 1884 Walthamstow Temperance Poem 24 May 2013 | 03:44 pm

Researching for my Walthamstow walk for the Appetite Festival I came across a poem written about the evils of drinking alcohol.  It was recited at a temperance meeting in a chapel in Wood Street, Walt...

The Friday Hill House Mystery 20 May 2013 | 08:30 am

Having lived in Waltham Forest most of my life (Highams Park whilst growing up, Walthamstow for a couple of years and North Chingford for the past 15 odd years) I thought I knew this area pretty well....

Lunchtime in the City Then (1990s) and Now 15 May 2013 | 08:30 am

Temping in my other job (legal secretary) in various parts of London I love exploring in my lunchtime. Over the past couple of years I've done a couple of posts about things to do in your lunchtime na...

Wood Street Tall Tales 18 Apr 2013 | 09:30 am

Traipsing the streets of E17 yesterday in preparation for my Walthamstow walk for the Appetite Festival on 1st June I stumbled across an amazing piece of street art. The title is Wood Street Tall Tale...

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