Where to find the best festive afternoon teas in London

A perfect Christmas treat for the family or kids, or a lovely way to catch up with friends during the silly season, a festive afternoon tea always delights.  If you're looking for small sandwiches and bauble-shaped patisserie, here are some o

Just Stop Oil speaks out over Cenotaph protest accusations

Around 100 protesters were arrested when traffic was brought to a halt near Downing Street. Tory party deputy chairman Lee Anderson and London Mayor Sadiq Khan accused the group of targeting the war memorial on Monday. But activists said t

Why have Aurora Borealis sightings been more common this year?

It can be seen near the poles of both the northern and southern hemispheres with it being aurora borealis in the north and aurora australis in the south. The phenomenon is caused by electrically charged particles from the Sun travelling mi

Crash closes A465 between Pontrilas and Abergavenny

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National Crime Agency names 5 most wanted men who could be in London

The National Crime Agency (NCA) has named 25 people on their most wanted list, accused of crimes including murder, rape and drug smuggling.  And officers believe that five of them could be in London. Here are their names and stories.  Ja

London's best festive dining igloos, snow globes and pods

These cocooned private dining spaces are usually heated so you can enjoy stellar views of the Thames or the City while you are snug and warm, whatever the weather is doing. With that in mind, here are the best dining igloos or private snow dom

Cards for good causes shop opens in All Saints, Hereford

Cards for Good Causes has once more set up its seasonal shop at All Saints Church in High Street. Greeting cards, advent calendars, gifts, wrapping paper and decorations and other festive essentials will be on sale, with a portion of every pur

Battersea Power Station: DNA VR, Le Bab and Control Room B

My partner and I are always on the lookout for unique and entertaining experiences for our date nights, and this time, Battersea Power Station and the surrounding archway units made for a real concoction of amazing things to do. With the rain

Immersive Priscilla The Party bash to launch at Outernet

First an Oscar winning film, then a Tony and Olivier award-winning West End and Broadway musical, Priscilla Queen of the Desert is now an immersive party experience set to open at HERE at the Outernet early next year. Priscilla The Party! will

The Pilgrim Hotel wins TripAdvisor Traveller's choice award

The Pilgrim Hotel in Much Birch has recently won a Tripadvisor Traveller’s Choice award. It means it is within the top 10 per cent of properties on the website. The establishment has a 4.5 out of 5 rating on the website, with 985 of 1,111 re

Battersea Power Station premieres Amazon Prime James Bond gameshow

A producer of the James Bond film series has said a new game show based on the world of the fictional MI6 agent could be the only 007 spin-off TV show. Barbara Broccoli was at the premiere of 007: Road To A Million, hosted by Succession actor

Sadiq Khan: Next London mayor election to be 'toughest yet'

The Labour mayor will outline his future priorities for the capital in a speech at the Centre for London think tank’s annual conference, as he asks Londoners to entrust him with an historic third term at City Hall. The requirement for voters

Storm Ciaran set to bring heavy rain to Herefordshire

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Storm Ciaran London: Recap

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Journalism Matters: what it's like to be a journalist in Hereford

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