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Teddy Rocks Festival

Teddy Rocks Festival (Dorset, England, May)

A music festival with a heart, Teddy Rocks takes place in the beautiful Dorset countryside and aims to fight children’s cancer with rock.
tibits Bankside

Spring menu launches at tibits London Bankside

Award winning Vegetarian and Vegan restaurant tibits have recently launched their seasonal spring menu in their London Bankside restaurant.
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Restaurant Review: Cin Cin restaurant and bar, Brighton, England

At tiny Cin Cin restaurant in Brighton you experience sociable kitchen-counter dining in a hipster rather than homely way.
Charm hot tub

Hotel Review: The Charm Hotel, Brighton, UK

The newly refurbished 4 storey Charm Hotel in Brighton’s trendy Kemptown area offers a casual yet stylish boutique environment in which to lay your head.

Incentives come into focus at Leica

Leica Cameras UK, has announced the opening of a larger flagship store in Duke Street, Mayfair on 4th February.

Restaurant Review: Farzi Cafe, Haymarket, London, UK

A new boy on the Indian cuisine block in the shape of the glitzy Farzi Cafe has turned up on London's Haymarket last month.
Romance in the spa at Ashdown Park Hotel

9 romantic ways to celebrate Valentine’s in England

Whether it’s with a partner, your mates or on your own, there have never been more diverse ways of celebrating Valentine’s Day all over England.
Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club

Hotel Review: Ashdown Park Hotel, East Sussex, England, UK

Ashdown Park Hotel is a Grade II listed neo-Gothic mansion house with verdant lawns home to a lilly lake and an 18-hole golf course.
Oakley Court hotel, Windsor

Hotel Review: Oakley Court, Windsor, England, UK

Oakley Court in Windsor is a Victorian gothic mansion of epic proportions. The architecture and history of the place are perfectly complimented by the riverside location.
easyJet aircraft

Easyjet takes a £15 million hit after Gatwick drones fiasco

When Gatwick airport closed due to drones, easyJet had to fork out £10 million to look after the delayed passengers and £5 million in lost revenue.

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