Yep, to protect ourselves and others, it’s essential to keep safe indoors-but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a good time. You may be stuck at home but stay with me, and I promise you’re not going to get bored at all.
All around the world, people are taking critical steps to protect themselves and their loved one from the new coronavirus virus (COVID-19), to help their communities and stop the spread of the outbreak. And your cooperation matters.
London is divided into 33 districts. These are the city’s most popular areas and neighbourhoods.
London’s urban myths sometimes can picture the capital in a very different way. Certain myths continue to persist from things of the past that are either no longer true, or never were in the first place. Here are 7 of the top myths about London and the truth behind the hype.
See incredible London wildlife, wonderfully planned gardens, and of course, lots of space for summertime picnics and refreshing winter tours in London’s parks. As well as being ideal for relaxing, London’s parks have plenty of things to do and activities to experience.
Streatham, as it appears in the Domesday Book of 1086, was known as ‘Estreham’. here some more facts you probably didn’t know.
The heart and soul of London is owed to its multicultural population. Without these great people, London just wouldn’t be the same!
Boris Johnson has confirmed that the UK is now ready to move into the government’s lockdown exit strategy, stage 2.
Experts have revealed some dramatic changes that London salons, hairdressers and barbershops will have.
Anyone arriving in the UK from abroad could be fined £1,000 if they fail to self-isolate for 14 days, the government is expected to announce.
There are now three new drive-in movie theatres scheduled to open in the city
Are electric scooters London’s next big thing? Most probably, yes. Electric scooter rentals will be allowed on UK’s roads.
HIGH TEMPERATURES AND SUNNY DAYS PREDICTED FOR ONE MORE WEEK IN LOCKDOWN
Restaurants in London’s Chinatown fear “stigma” and discrimination due to the Covid-19 crisis will impede the area’s recovery.
During these challenging times we have an opportunity for residents of Lambeth, if you did not get your GCSE in English and Maths and have been looking for an opportunity to take this.