Feature Articles Archive

  1. The history of Battersea Power Station

    At one point, Battersea Power Station supplied 20% of all London’s electricity needs. It became a 509 megawatt generator, the third largest in all the UK. The remainder of London’s electricity had to be generated by 28 other stations. Since its inception, the Power Station has become a beacon along London’s skyline. It’s an icon […]

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  2. HRH The Princess Royal at Battersea Power Station’s The Village Hall

    HRH Anne, The Princess Royal, visited The Village Hall this week at Battersea Power Station as part of the CSCLeaders programme. CSCLeaders is a partnership between the international leadership development organisation Common Purpose and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Study Conferences. The event brought together 100 exceptional leaders from a number of backgrounds: government, […]

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  3. Garden Museum grand reopening

    The English tradition of gardens extends back to Roman times. To celebrate the superb art, history, and design of gardens, The Garden Museum in Lambeth is the perfect place to learn about this rich tradition while getting a quiet spot for reflection in the heart of London. After much anticipation and an 18-month £7.5million refresh, […]

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  4. The Black Cab Coffee Company story

    It’s a brilliant idea; merging the two things that run this city – coffee and the iconic London black cab. That’s the vision behind the Black Cab Coffee Company, an independent business that started when Emmy Osman and Graham Buck converted their vehicle into a mobile barista drink station. It all started when back in […]

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  5. New Home for New Covent Garden Flower Market

    London’s home of flowers has moved. The ribbon has been cut, the boxes unpacked, the stands arranged. After 43 wonderful years, the Flower Market at New Covent Garden Market has a new home. Remaining in Nine Elms, in the heart of London, it’s now half a mile down Nine Elms Lane from its old spot. […]

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