Look to the skies, if you’re local, as the Red Arrows are going to fly over northwest London on Wednesday (31st March).
Anyone who has wandered around at night can’t help but notice the contrast between an effective, but decoratively lit heritage area and generic suburbs with streetlamps flooding streets in a sickly orange haze.
Yesterday, I joined a small queue outside a big blue bus to get my Covid vaccination jab. That short queue was the culmination of nearly a year of pandemic lockdowns and social distancing.
A road in Richmond is to be closed to traffic from next week – to allow toads to cross the road and get to their annual breeding grounds.
The 19th-century fossil hunter, Mary Anning is being commemorated in a series of new collectable coins from the Royal Mint and Natural History Museum.
A petition has been set up on the official Parliament website calling for an extra Bank Holiday this summer.
If you’ve ever wanted to drive a train along the UK’s first high-speed rail line, then a new route release for Train SIM World 2 will excite you.
There’s a chance to buy a London street sign as a batch of old signs no longer needed are put up for auction.
While out on your daily allowance of exercise, why not stop for a short, socially distanced moment to take a photo of some spring flowers?
Ceremonial military guns will go bang bang several times in London during 2021, at the Tower of London and in the Royal Parks.
Crystal Palace’s famous concrete dinosaurs are free to roam around, as a bridge has been installed to their isolated island in a lake.
It’s only a few years since Greater London’s population passed its 1939 peak after decades of decline that reversed in the 1980s — and now a new decline may be on the horizon.
Well, that was quite the year and one which we will both want to forget about, and spend decades watching documentaries about.
A note to look out for a behind-the-scenes style documentary series featuring London’s own Natural History Museum.
There’s to be a formation of 300 drones flying around the Thames for a filming event over the Christmas break.
Part of an underground car park in the City of London is to be turned into a space for delivery services by bicycle around the City of London.
A new phone has been delivered in time for Christmas, a combination of probably needing one soon and a modest treat for self, and with a better camera, for the website.
It might seem a bit Scrooge to be talking about getting rid of the Christmas tree before the event is over, but it can help to know what to do before 12th Night comes along.
Ancient laws about bridges and bales of straw will be enforced for the next few months as repair works are carried out on Wandsworth Bridge.
Set on the London Underground, the Web of Fear is one of those famously lost episode storys from Doctor Who, but a partially restored version is to be released by the BBC.
With so many indoor events cancelled, here’s one that’s entirely outdoors – a wander around Greenwich looking at advent windows.
It’s the season to compare how many cards you have with your erstwhile friends, and while today most cards tend towards the cute and twee, in the past they were rather odder.
The Royal Parks has opened a public consultation on plans to make permanent some of its temporary traffic reduction schemes.
If you fancy wearing a t-shirt with a dinosaur on it, then a fund-raiser for the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs has come to your rescue.
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