How do you find a novel idea for Fathers Day that won’t be either heaving at the seams or ridiculously over-priced?
Well, it’s a rare Dad who doesn’t enjoy the beauty of the river.
Here’s a few ideas for recommended local venues where you can gather with all the family and enjoy a good bit of banter over fabulous food, a few beers or a bottle of wine. [read more]
The river Thames in Kingston will be shining brightly next Thursday evening 1st May as up to 150 local business people and residents, get on- board the Turk Launches New Southern Belle for an evening of fundraising for Love Kingston.
Organised by Kingston Chamber of Commerce – it’s not too late for you to get on-board! [read more]
When planning a themed party, one of the hardest challenges can be to think of something that will include everyone – in particular when the age group ranges from 16 – 83!
For Holly Squires, her dream for her 18th birthday was to throw an amazing party that embraced the style and elegance of adulthood, along with her passion for the performing arts – with a good dose of mischief and cheekiness to remember! [read more]
If there’s one place in Kingston that knows how to capture the summer mood – it’s the Boaters Inn.
With its range of specialty beers, BBQ kitchen, beer garden and balcony with stunning river views – it’s the ideal place to meet with friends, relax and watch the world go by. [read more]
Sometimes, you want to make a night out with the girls a bit more special.
Maybe you’re celebrating a birthday. Perhaps a hen party to plan? Or you just want a good catch up with your favourite pals and a chance to ‘let your hair down’.
The question is where to go that will be lively and fun – without being hot, loud and over-crowded? [read more]
When organising my 30th birthday I toyed with a few party venue ideas. There was going to be a wide age range – from mid 20’s to late 60’s – so I wanted something that would appeal to everyone.
Emma’s Army will be cruising down the Thames next Friday night 28th June to raise awareness about teenage cancer.
When cancer tragically cut short the life of teenager Emma Brandon, her friends and family set up Emma’s Bubble Trust. The aim is to raise money to help alleviate the physical and emotional suffering of teenagers who find themselves afflicted by cancer. [read more]
Witness this wonderful ceremonial event at Hampton Court Palace when the Queen’s Barge Master is charged to carry a ‘Stela’ down river under oars to HM Tower of London.
The Queen’s Row Barge ‘Gloriana’ will majestically lead a flotilla of traditional rowing boats down river through Teddington Lock to Richmond before making its way to HM Tower of London. [read more]