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Tea Tasting Masterclass, Greenwich

Having a strong affiliation to Yorkshire, I always thought I knew how to make a good cup of tea. However, a tea tasting master class at Peyton & Byrne Greenwich by our expert Dan from “Chash – The Fine Tea Co.” showed there is a lot more to tea than your average brew. Pushing their […]

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Things to Do in May in South London

  The world’s favorite season is the spring. All things seem possible in May. (Edwin Way Teale) Community Festivals There’s a huge number of community festivals in May, so this is our main focus this month. From 1-17th there’s the Wandsworth Fringe – a festival of music, dance, art and drama at locations across the […]

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Row, Row, Row your Boat…

  This coming Saturday sees the annual University Boat Races between Oxford and Cambridge and the first women’s race on the Tideway, and Young’s pubs are running events up and down the Thames in celebration – fingers crossed the weather will be as fantastic as this Easter Monday! South London Blog had the pleasure of […]

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Things to Do in March in South London

  Sport The weather might be tempting more of you to outdoor pursuits soon so here are a couple of ideas.  Last month we told you about the South London Tennis League but if you just want to play for fun there’s no better place than the parks of Southwark because, apart from Burgess Park, […]

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Salsa up the Junction – with Salsateca

We feature dance in many different forms this year – in January we went to a brilliant old school disco and this month we went to the re-launch of one of the most popular salsa club nights in South London. For many salsa aficionados, Thursdays in Battersea’s Clapham Junction meant Wessex House and Salsateca, but […]

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Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet – Disco Revival Night

“One night in the disco, on the outskirts of” ………. er, Hither Green actually. Yes, we were invited by disco revival night outfit, Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet, to get in touch with our inner disco diva at St. Swithun’s church hall, just off Hither Green Lane SE13. Five years ago, journalist Nikki Spencer had the […]

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Celebrate Burns Night in South London

Sunday 25th January is Robert Burns’ birthday, so what better way to spend the weekend by dusting off your kilt and indulging in some of Scotland’s finest exports. Young’s pubs are holding two events at the Cutty Sark in Greenwich and The Duke’s Head in Putney on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th January. On the […]

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White Christmas Fair Battersea

Two South London Christmas Markets For Your Diary

Celebrating its 3rd year, Pexmas is back and at Holly Grove Park on 13th December.  It’s a celebration of local talent and there’ll be the opportunity to eat, shop and sing.  15 food traders will be on site for this festive fair, as well as 70 stalls selling local traders wares, the ideal opportunity to […]

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The Breakfast Club – Bingo

Everyone loves a good game of Bingo, and in London there’s the opportunity to do it in so many different forms! In the past we’ve been to Bogan Bingo and won a framed picture of a duck, and Musical Bingo, where we narrowly missed out on a slow cooker (still hurts), both were hilarious and it would […]

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