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April 14, 2015

Black coffee and a cinnamon bun is a great way to start your day.

On the south side of London's Thames River, between London Bridge and Tower Bridge, is Bermondsey Street.

Bermondsey Street is undoubtedly one of London's coolest streets – restaurants, cafes, galleries, and small businesses predominantly working in creative industries.

At the far end of Bermondsey Street is Bermondsey Square – they hold an antiques fair here each Friday, and a food market each Saturday.

August 14, 2013

Club boss Jeremy Joseph and photographer Chris Jepson share their fears over 200 mile London to Manchester bike ride after finishing last major training session

The gay scene duo taking on a 200-mile 24-hour non-stop bike ride to raise money to fight HIV have ridden the London Marathon today (14 August).

Today’s bike ride along the UK capital’s marathon route was the final ‘long ride’ before they take on the 200-mile overnight trek next week.

But with their longest training ride to date being only 48 miles and no time left to try for longer, they still don’t know if they have it in them to do 152 miles more.

March 23, 2012

London is packed with some of the world’s most famous sites but don’t overlook its secrets

Few cities have so many globally famous icons as London. I was at an event at the top of Tower Bridge on Wednesday (21 March) and was told the bridge is one of the world’s top 10 most recognizable landmarks. Big Ben (or St Stephen’s Clock Tower for pedants) is also on the list.

But London is also a city of hidden gems. The nooks and crannies tucked away down secret medieval alleyways, overlooked by the throngs of commuters who pass them every day.

March 23, 2012

London is packed with some of the world’s most famous sites but don’t overlook its secrets

Few cities have so many globally famous icons as London. I was at an event at the top of Tower Bridge on Wednesday (21 March) and was told the bridge is one of the world’s top 10 most recognizable landmarks. Big Ben (or St Stephen’s Clock Tower for pedants) is also on the list.

But London is also a city of hidden gems. The nooks and crannies tucked away down secret medieval alleyways, overlooked by the throngs of commuters who pass them every day.