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London time

With British Summer Time, or Daylight Savings Time upon us it might be darker when you wake up in the morning, but the evening will be much longer and you will hopefully be home in daylight to enjoy your evening.

Living in London steeps you in history and culture even when it comes to telling the time.  Big Ben housed in the Elizabeth Tower in Westminster marks out time for the whole ... read full article

Longer tenancies are needed

Sometimes work opportunities can mean you need to be away from your London home for a period of time. But fortunately if you have a property in London there will be many reputable tenants looking to rent desirable properties in London. One recent survey by the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) indicates that UK landlords and property managers should consider offering more long ter ... read full article

Making plans for Mother's Day

Mothering Sunday has been celebrated on the fourth Sunday in Lent, in the UK and Ireland, since the 16th century. This year it falls on Sunday 26th March and is a day to show love, gratitude and appreciation to mums everywhere, through acts of kindness, the giving of gifts and a feast.

Mothering Sunday and Mother's Day have different origins, although they represent the same meaning. Moth ... read full article

Natural Materials for the home

Whether or not you are swayed by trends natural materials are great for enhancing any home. Cork is supposed to be on the rise again and not only is it a stylish material that adds warmth and texture to spaces, it’s also ideal for absorbing noise in our increasingly large, open plan homes. Renewable, durable, mold-resistant, and modern, cork is the interior decorating material that’s all the rage ... read full article

Daffodils herald the Spring

All of a sudden daffodils seem to be in bloom everywhere and they have long been thought of as the true heralds of Spring. There common name is Daffodil but their Latin name is actually Narcissus

and they come from a group of bulbs that typically flower from February to early May. Planted in the autumn, they spend several months developing roots before the flowers burst forth in spring. T ... read full article

England Ireland Six Nations 2017

Ruby sport has seen such growth in the last few years and with Twickenham just down the road it’s hard to miss that the current Six Nations Championship is under way. The Six nations is one of the world's greatest rugby tournaments where the collective fans of six proud nations, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France and Italy support their teams and share in the passion and excitement of this ... read full article