Category Archives: Markets

Secret Gardens and Hideaways of South London

North and South: the great divide of our ‘united kingdom’. Southerners just love to compartmentalize Northerners as uncouth hard nuts who drink too much, whereas Northerners love to pigeonhole Southerners as softies who don’t drink enough. This North & South … Continue reading

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Verde & Co: an ode to Spitalfields

Harvey Cabaniss, owner of Verde & Co in London’s Spitalfieds, explains the importance of paying the right price for the food you eat. Continue reading

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School of Life: Day Trip to London Zoo

A day trip to London Zoo and Camden Market with The School of Life, looking at the similarities between animal and human behaviour and discussion of Mark Earl’s ‘Herd’ theory. Continue reading

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The Pothole Gardener: a guide to guerilla gardening

I follow Steve. the ‘pothole gardener’ around Shoreditch one Sunday, where he teaches me a whole new side to gardening. Continue reading

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