Green Man Skills Zone, Loughborough Junction, London SW9

London, UK, images; Not-For-Profit Training Organisations – Lambeth

Loughborough Junction, London, UK
Green Man Skills Zone, Loughborough Junction

Address and postcode: Green Man Skills Zone, 225 Coldharbour Lane, Loughborough Junction, London SW9 8RR

Nearest station: Loughborough Junction Station



Cayton Street, London EC1V

London, UK, images; streets – Clerkenwell

Postcode: Cayton Street, Islington, London EC1V 2NT

Nearby places: Institute of Ophtalmology – UCL, Moorfields Eye Hospital

Nearest Underground Station: Old Street Station

How Long Does it Take to Walk From Marble Arch to King’s Cross Station, London?

London, UK, images; walking times and distances – cheap transport, low emissions, reduced carbon footprint

Marble Arch to King’s Cross Station [St Pancras International Station]; walking time approx. 20 minutes.

Directions: Walk into Oxford Street – take the next major road left (Portman Street) – walk down Portman Street into Gloucester Place until you come to Marylebone (you can’t miss it) – turn left, walk past Baker Street Underground Station, Madame Tussaud’s, Regent’s Park Underground Station, Euston Underpass, Euston Square into Euston Road, past the Euston Station and the British Library building – St Pancras and King’s Cross Stations are on your left side.

Marble Arch in London, UK
Marble Arch, London



How Long Does It Take to Walk From Liverpool Street Station to Oxford Street, London?

London, UK, images; walking times and distances – cheap transport, low emissions, reduced carbon footprint

Liverpool Street Station to Oxford Street (Oxford Circus Underground Station); walking time 20 minutes.

The safest route not to get lost on the way on foot: Liverpool Street Station – turn left from the main entrance into Bishopsgate – walk past Tower 42, take the next right turn into Threadneedle Street – at Bank Underground Station keep left as the streets fork: Poultry/Cheapside – pass St Paul’s Underground Station, carry on straight: Newgate Street – Holborn Viaduct – Holborn Circus – High Holborn – pass Holborn Underground Station and watch out for New Oxford Street on your right – walk through New Oxford Street via St Giles Circus and Tottenham Court Road Station into Oxford Street.

Liverpool Street Station in London, UK
Liverpool Street Station, London

Italian Gardens, Kensington Gardens, London W2

London, UK, images; parks and gardens – royal parks

Oases of peace and quiet, places for families with children; ornamental water gardens; Italian Gardens within Kensington Gardens

Address and postcode: Kensington Gardens, London W2 2UH (approximate postcode)

Nearest Underground StationLancaster Gate Station

Detail of the 150-year-old Italian Gardens in London, UK
Detail of the 150-year-old Italian Gardens, Kensington Gardens

The wrought-iron gates of Kensington Gardens, London

A tranquil retreat: Eaton Square Gardens in autumn

Bus stop sign displaying the bus routes to/from Grosvenor Gardens, London

Community projects in London: Calthorpe Project Community Garden

Summer Concerts in London – July 2015

London, UK, images; events and venues – City of London, St Katherine Cree Church, 2015 events

• Summer Concert, Wednesday 8th July 2015, 6:30pm, St Katherine Cree Church, Leadenhall Street, EC3A 3DH, Vierne – Messe Solennelle, Saint-Saens – Mass op 4, Jacques Cohen, Conductor, Tickets £10 (concessions £7), available on the door or contact.

• City Singers, directed by Stephen Harrow FKC, Music by Parry, Bairstow, Tallis, Wesley, Wood, Stanford – Tuesday 14 July at 1.10pm, no admission charge – Retiring collection for St Katherine Cree Renovation Fund

• Lloyd’s Choir – Wednesday 25th March, Wednesday 8th July, Wednesday 7th October, Wednesday 17th December – London Youth Choir – Monday 23rd March, for all events: tickets sold on the door

Summer Concerts in London, UK
Summer Concerts in the City of London


London: Property Investment at a Glance

London, UK, images; commercial properties – skyscrapers

An incessant demolishing of buildings; re-building, and appearance of ever higher skyscrapers can be observed in the City of London. Constant noise and vibration of building work are prevalent.

Constant demolishing and re-building work in progress in the City of London, UK
Constant Demolishing and Re-building Work in the City of London

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32 Parkside, Knightsbridge (City of Westminster)

Wren House, 190 Strand, WC2