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Browsing Archive: January, 2016

Spa Terminus & Maltby Street Markets

Posted by London Walks on Saturday, January 30, 2016, In : Eating 


Spa Terminus


In a hidden corner of Bermondsey is a gourmet lover's delight. During the week Spa Terminus is an area for food production and distribution where like-minded businesses grow and develop. On Saturdays many open and their their wares to the public. 

At Spa Terminus you will find Adrienne Treeby at Crown and Queue working to produce the very best of British heritage pork including sausages such as Lincoln Imp which uses Kernel Brewer's Export Stout, Answell which uses Five Points Brew...


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Sunrise along the Thames

Posted by London Walks on Tuesday, January 26, 2016, In : Local History 
The cycle lane alongside the South side of the Thames around the peninsula is a great way is an easy way of getting to see familiar London from a different angle. Venturing at Sunrise adds a dash of drama to the view.


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Winter Lights Festival @ Canary Wharf

Posted by London Guided Walks on Monday, January 25, 2016, In : Quirky 
Canary Wharf has been illuminated by sculptures, structures and installations as part of the Winter lights Festival @ Canary Wharf. 

Many pieces were about how we communicate in the modern world, one using a live newsfeed to extract words for them to be projected onto falling water droplets.

What was interesting was to leisurely walk around Canary Wharf at night; a place which has the reputation of being full of men in dark suits walking in what could be described as a human version of an ants ...
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