The Lord Mayor’s personal hot air balloon, accompanied by up to 50 others are set to stage an early morning flight over central London this coming Sunday.
A heads up that a couple of evenings next week could see bang bangs and boom booms next to Tower Bridge.
A PR person contacted me on behalf of a money website with one of the daftest images I have seen in a long time.
An 18-foot replica of the famous 17th century ship, the Mayflower, is to make an unusual voyage from Harwich to London next week.
This is an amusing oddity, but the Google satellite views of the dangleway in Greenwich has removed the cables from the cable car.
A hotel near to Gloucester Road tube station has been redecorated with a design based on the London Underground.
If you’ve ever fancied licking one of Crossrail’s tunnel boring machines, then the Royal Mail has a treat for you – with a Crossrail postage stamp.
The City of London has confirmed what was pretty much already known, that Smithfield Meat Market is to leave its historic central London home.
On May Day — aka, Wed 1st May — a tall green man will walk around parts of South London.
File this under “just shut up and take my money”, as the London Transport Museum is now selling London Underground moquette socks.
The people behind chess sets based on city skylines have turned their attention to London’s brutalist icons.
Each Wednesday a newsletter is sent to subscribers with a list for the week ahead of things to do in London.
We all love a steam train, and while the big beasts make occasional weekend trips though the city, there are a surprisingly large number of miniature steam trains chugging along little railways around parts of London as well. Operated by…
If they can raise enough money, then Camden could be boasting a new museum later this year — devoted to female anatomy.
Launched last June, a glowing tube roundel has won an award for the “best licensed product” at the Association for Cultural Enterprises Conference.
Upholding an ancient law, next month a bale of straw is to be hung from the Millennium Footbridge as a warning to boats on the Thames.
If you’re near Green Park or the Tower of London tomorrow (Wed), listen out for very loud cannon fire.
Next week will be a very rare chance to see the last of the government’s ocean-going Royal Mail Ships on a visit to London.
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