According to the PFMA there are 8.5 million pooches in the UK, with at least one of them resident in 24% of all UK households.
We’ve recently had a few enquiries about the best dog-friendly cafes, restaurants and pubs in the Richmond area and realised its a topic we’ve never covered… so we thought
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The Bearcat Comedy Club has been running for more than 25 years and can be found at the Turk’s Head in St Margarets / Twickenham. The list of acts they’ve hosted is like reading a who’s who of British comedy – from Bill Bailey and Lee Evans to Jo Brand and Steve Coogan. Very
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Five minutes paddle boarding along the Thames and I almost forgot my manic Monday and to-do list the length of my arm.
“People usually comment on how relaxing it is out on the water”, says James, my instructor and the founder of Epic SUP. “Once a person gets comfortable standing up on a board
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Cherry tells me she has two kinds of clients – those who think they have ‘problem’ skin, for example conditions prone to rosacea and acne, and those who want to keep their skin in tip-top condition by having regular treatments. I think there is a third category – those who find the idea of
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We’ve written a lot about Sunday lunches, and they’re nearly always focused on the classic roast. But in truth, the family enjoy a pizza as much as a roast potato, so on this occasion we headed to Pizza Express in Kew for the first time.
The restaurant is located about 50 yards from Kew
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