Kensington Palace – Discover the stylish spaces available for events
Celebrate in royal style at Kensington Palace. For almost 400 years, Kensington Palace has been home to some of England’s most popular royals, from Queen Victoria to Diana, Princess of Wales.
A series of stylish residents and virtuoso artists have left their mark on the palace over the centuries, and the result is part stately home, part work of art. Read more
Save the Children’s Christmas Cocktail – A Recipe For Success
Save the Children Fund began in 1919, just after the Great War, but the first branches did not begin to appear until the early 30s. Their twin roles were to raise money for and awareness of the Fund across the country. “The Depression made their work almost impossible but a few branches in Lancashire, Wales and the north-east carried on, distributing relief in the vast areas of unemployment. Read more
Wonderful Red Wines to Enjoy through Autumn and Winter
As we head into autumn it is time to change our wine diet away from light whites of Italy and summer rosés of Provence and move to rich, warm, satisfying and bold red wines. These are the sort of wines you can enjoy curled up by the fire in front of your favourite Netflix boxset, or with friends and family sharing a rich, flavourful meal or out at your favourite restaurant. Read more
The London & UK DatebooK contains a comprehensive listing of the major charitable events throughout the UK. It is packed with articles, useful information, pictures from charity events and information about venues for all kinds of functions.
Richard Fitzwilliams, Rachel Brown, Julia Burt, Jonathan Byrne, Claire Derrick, Marianne Gray, Peter Kerwood, Michele Marriott, Lynne Warner, Lin Kennedy and Richard Household.