- LOVING DALSTON – NEWS from HACKNEY and ABOUT that you’ll . . .
NEWS from HACKNEY and ABOUT that you’ll READ HERE FIRST editor[at]lovingdalston co uk
- 66 Killer Cafés | Londons Best Cafés and Coffee Shops
Whether you’re after caffeine, cake, or just a spot to plug in your laptop – London’s cafés and coffee shops are little havens From Indian chai, to brunch-time yoga sessions, to drip fed
- Best vegan restaurants in London | CN Traveller
Not so many years ago, being vegan was about as fashionable as wearing socks with sandals Now, of course, both are right on-trend But hopefully meat-free eating will endure And numbers are rising: more than half a million people in the UK are now vegan, a rise of 360 per cent in 10 years
- 52 Places For Vegans | London’s Best Vegan-Friendly . . .
Gone are the days of meat and two veg – suddenly, everyone and their nan is a vegan and London is an ethical foodies’ paradise And it’s not just hemp and chia seeds: from dumplings to fried
- About the Gallery Cafe - St. Margarets House
The Gallery Cafe first opened its doors in 2006 and is St Margaret’s House’s largest in-house community project As well as offering low-cost vegan dishes, locally-ground coffees, vegan sweet treats, and healthy juices, we also host an exciting programme of live events and monthly art exhibitions from up-and-coming artists
- New and recently opened London restaurants | Articles . . .
We keep a running list of all the new London restaurants that have opened over the past year Here, you'll find the main new restaurant openings that have been creating a buzz in London recently, handily broken down month-by-month so you can see just when they opened
- Gates of Vienna
As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from Unzensuriert at:
- Mary and Charles Lamb - their web biographies
3 12 1764 Birth of Mary Ann Lamb (1764 to 1847) Her family were poor and she had little formal education From very young she helped support them by doing needlework Her mother (nee Elizabeth Field) was an invalid and was dependent on Mary's care for many years