Meet the Manufacturer exhibition in the only trade show where you can find everything you need to develop a British product. This is the only place to find UK manufacturers that will guarantee your products are 100% British.
At this show, you will find more that 180 manufacturers anywhere from the garment industry to textile firms and leathers-good makers to homeware suppliers, deliver a British touch. Seminars are also planned with leading industry speakers and influencers.They will be sharing their knowledge on how you can succeed your manufacturing company in UK.
This is a great way to find ways to be vertically integrated and implement the famous "Made in Britain." Also, this is an amazing opportunity to network with other companies and executives in different industries.
This year, Meet the Manufacturer will take place on the the 24 and 25 of May 2017 at the Truman Brewery in London.Address :
The Chelsea flower show will run alongside a five-days program, from 23 to 27 of May 2017.
It is still time to book your tickets and to take pictures of this amazing event.
Address : London Gate
Road Royal Hospital
London SW3 4SR
Welcome to the Fulham’s first Thameside beach!
While entering this paradise destination, summer comes to you. Even if it’s not 30 degrees, the aesthetic will amplify your mentality especially with the sand at your feet.
Escape the town for few hours and have a magical time with your friends alongside the thames river. In addition, you can BYOB after work with coworkers and friends and pretend your on vacation. Neverland is covered in flowers, sand, flamingos, and beach house huts that create a great relaxing mood. Enjoy all whilst listening to chill music, conversing with friends, and relaxing on beach chairs sipping booze.
The concept of the destination is BYOB, meaning Bring your own booze so take full advantage. All bottles welcome, no discrimination. They provide nonalcoholic cocktails, which makes it easier to add your own personal choice of alcohol at the bar!
When you start feeling hungry, Nerverland has prepared amazing finger foods which include: Mexican Dr Pepper infused tacos, French raclette, Pizzas, all at an affordable price!Running from 10th May - 3rd October
Address: Wandsworth Bridge Road, London, SW6 2TY
Closest station: Imperial Wharf and Wandsworth Town station
Welcome to the most famous Indian district in London at Aldgate Est Station. Brick Lane is known for its diversity and its art. Let’s do a tourism tour briefly.
First, when you enter Brick Lane you immediately see a lot of street art, graffiti, amazing and creative tags on the wall. This will put you in a little festive atmosphere around Indians shops and food!
And then when you move forward, you instantly smell all the delicious food you’ve been dreaming about. You have finally reached the food market, where there’s an abundance of food selections, you’re in awe and can’t even believe your eyes. Your natural reaction: eat them all, which is technically impossible. After taking a seat and devouring all the food you can, you can take a stroll and shop through the most famous vintage clothing market. At this market, you inhale the “vintage smell” of the clothing, and discover several unique styles and tresures from the 80’s. Also, if you want to remember this place and capture the moment, you can even take vintage photos in their photo booth.
This is London, markets are not just markets, they are synonym of fun, food, culture and happiness
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Go with friends - you can have a drink and a great view of the city and watch the sunset if you’re lucky.
All you need to do is to book your day and your time to go there and to rest with your friends as long as you want with an affordable prices for drinks!
Address: 1 Sky Garden Walk, London EC3M 8AF
Closest tube: Monument
Queen of Hoxton
It is THE PLACE to go to enjoy summer. The rooftop is beautiful and with tropical vibes. The atmosphere puts you in a good mood with sunshine and fresh cocktails. This colourful place will be absolutely the good place to rest with your friends. No doubt on it!
Address: 1 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3JX
Closest tube: Liverpool Street Station
Closest tube: Liverpool Street Station
- Volunteer for cleaning up in your community.
- Plant a tree.
- Talk to your neighbors about going organic.
- Change your bad habits.
- Utilize green energy sources for your home.
- Get your friends and family members involved.
Most importantly, reduce, reuse and recycle.
As today it is the Grilled cheese national day in America, we wanted to show you some cool places in London which are dedicated to cheese lovers. Cheese in UK is something everyone is fond of.
That is why some geniuses created the "Cheese truck" in 2014. The cheese truck was set up to promote and celebrate British cheese through s market stall on London's Maltby street market. All the cheese is made in UK and the menu consists of: grilled cheese, keens cheddar, ogle shield with onion mix, crop well bishop stilton with bacon and pear chutney with sides of cours (friends ...) and so on. All this dishes are handmade with a lot of love to transmit the cheese passion and at affordable prices so all can taste the great British cheese. Unfortunately this truck is gone ...
But, good news, since March 2017, you still have the chance to taste the UK spaniel cheese because there is now a permanent Cheese Bar, located in Camden Stable Market. They serve all manner of cheese-based delights which sound and taste so good!
You will find so many dishes as well such as mozzarella sticks, truffled baron bigod, four cheese roselle, young buck raclette and some grilled cheese stuffs... You will never be fed up with cheese - is that possible?
Undoubtedly you are now hungry, you already have the cheese smell, the taste of it, but you can't drool on your computer!
So today pretend to be an American and go at Camden Stable Market and visit the Cheese Bar for to enjoy a "healthy" dishes and to enjoy it with your friends!!
The Grand National is a National horse race of steeplechase which annually takes place in Aintree racecourse in Liverpool since 1839. It is around 4 miles every year with at least 30 jumps.
This year the Grand National will be on April 8th 2017. This annual horse race is really famous across the whole of the UK and Ireland. It has been one of Britain’s most watched horse races, plenty of places across the capital will be showing the race.
Places to go in London :
- The Coach and Horses, Soho
- The running horse, Mayfair
- The Sydney arms, Chelsea
- The sporting page, Chelsea
It is time to gather with family and friends into bars and watch this race with a great atmosphere, where everyone is riled up. Prepare yourself, be ready to have an exciting Saturday and to be aware of what an English horse race could give such a good feeling and atmosphere!
As you know, even if you are not a Londoner, Camden is one of the famous districts and is one of the THE places to go.
It is known for its trendiness and its energy When you arrive at camden station, you just put one foot outside and you immediately feel the sound and the vibrancy, you can see colorful structures and this alone can put you in a good mood.
In Camden market, you can find a lot of food from every corner of the world such as Asian, Europe, North and South of America, and etc. The smell of all the mixed food will make you happy but at the same time very hungry! This market is a paradise place for both your eyes and your stomach and when you see all the food at such affordable prices, you will surely want to take and taste every single plates. After eating this, to digest, it is time to have a walk around the streets to see the clothes and other articles markets such as gothic things. Outside the markets, in the streets. You can also find little boutiques were you can buy some souvenirs from London, jewellery, clothes etc.
However, after shopping, you still have time to rest, relax and having drinks with your friends at Camden’s many lively bars.
Camden is also very much associated with British singer Amy Winehouse as it was 'her hood' in London - you will find statues of her in the street to remind us of what a brave and successful woman she was! A Camden legend!