Weekend travel information for 13 July 2018

Here is our weekly travel update to help you get around London this weekend, 14 and 15 July, and also the following week. Most of the network will be open with services running as normal, so you’ll be able to get wherever you need to go, but to ensure your journey goes smoothly please check if any of the following affect you. London Underground Central line From 00:45 on Saturday 14 and all day Sunday 15 July, Central line trains will not stop at Bank station. This includes Night Tube. For Bank, exit at St. Paul’s station. This is due to platform engineering work. Metropolitan line On Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July, there will be no service between Aldgate and Wembley Park. This is due to ballast and track replacement work. London Overground On Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July, there will be no service between Clapham Junction and Willesden Junction. This is due to Network Rail infrastructure work and Earls Court development work. Buses Bus users …
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Weekend travel information for 6 July 2018

Here is our weekly travel update to help you get around London this weekend, 7 and 8 July, and also the following week. If you are visiting Pride or watching England this weekend, most of the network will be open with services running as normal, so you’ll be able to get wherever you need to go, but to ensure your journey goes smoothly please check if any of the following affect you. Pride London From 08:00 until approximately 20:00 on Saturday 7 July, the following roads will be closed from Portland Place to Whitehall. From 08:00, Portland Place and Langham Place; from 09:00, Regent Street between Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus; from 10:00, Piccadilly, Shaftesbury Avenue, Regent Street St James, Whitehall, Horse Guards Avenue and Trafalgar Square and approaches including Charing Cross Road southbound, Strand westbound and Northumberland Avenue westbound; from 10:30, Oxford Street and Regent Street between Mortimer Street and Oxford Circus. From 06:00, Pall …
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The best in the world, again, Van Ryn’s Brandy

The House of Van Ryn’s is celebrating its second consecutive year of victory after yet again taking home the Worldwide Brandy Trophy at the International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC) in London. The Van Ryn’s 12-Year-Old Distiller’s Reserve – produced at the Stellenbosch-based distillery – was selected as the finest potstill brandy at the 47th annual edition of the IWSC; one of the most respected wine and spirit competitions in the world which, incidentally, sets the international benchmark for quality. Nearly 90 countries entered their samples this year and each sample is judged according to its class. Judges raved over the Van Ryn’s 12-Year-Old saying it had a “stand out nose packed with ripe and dried fruit where apricot, pear and mango are most expressive.” The palate was described as being fruity and well backed by lots of floral notes, and the finish as being “long-lasting, character-filed.” Free signup to our Expat Match ...just click ExpatMatch.com now !! …
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Erina Abraham:- South African artist, holds inaugural London exhibition

Award-winning artist Erina Abraham announced today that she will be holding her inaugural exhibition in London this month and next. What is the exhibition about? The exhibition South African Moments captures the vitality of life in contemporary South Africa. Erina’s vivid and colourful paintings depict sunny South Africa and its rainbow nation, drawing inspiration from the beauty of the natural world and people, especially women. This exhibition captures everyday life moments, telling a story of love and labour. Free signup to our Expat Match ...just click ExpatMatch.com now !! Erina Abraham lives and creates her art in Johannesburg and has been an artist there for more than 25 years. Regarding this art show, Abraham stated “I am very excited to be bringing a taste of South Africa to London. I look forward to sharing my inspirations with a new audience. The show will be a celebration of South African life and culture.” Where can you see Erina Abraham’s work in London?…
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