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Georgie Pursey

  For me, Pizza Hut is the ultimate nostalgia. It is 7th birthday parties with a few of your best schools friends, dressed up in jazzy Tammy Girl tops and pedal pushers, each piling bowls high with endless swirls of ice cream from the Ice Cream Factory (the number of toppings you had on your [...]

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When I was a little girl I was obsessed with the Great Fire of London, the drama of it, the story of it – the way it began and the impact it had on London and the effects we experience today were never far from my mind. I remember my parents bringing me up to [...]

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Now that Spring has officially arrived there are fewer places more beautiful to enjoy the lighter evenings than Richmond. The pretty town with it’s pretty building feels more like a countryside spot than a part of a giant city, and with the river meandering through it, it’s the perfect spot to escape the hustle and [...]

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Berkeley Square is one of those squares in London that just feels a bit special. There’s a lot going on here whilst remaining quite tranquil and ever so slightly less stressful than the flanking Piccadilly and Bond Street. It probably has something to do with the money that resides here – the car showrooms selling [...]

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This year I made it my mission to ruin as many of my friend’s Dry January’s as possible, and I always know the best way to do this is by inviting them out to dinner where there is a decent wine list! And the wine list was guaranteed to be good at Sway, a bar [...]

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