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Edible gardens, floating allotments, community and therapeutic gardens, front yards, sacred spaces, pavements, postage stamp sized plots and school projects win awards
Weather causes travel badness, again.
Gatwick tower hit, trains cancelled and a Sutton teacher has a lucky escape.
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Does Nico Muhly's new opera describe murder or 'death by internet'?
Upper floor of residential block is ablaze.
Notting Hill-inspired zom-com about teenagers who are literally falling apart.
People in Greenwich, Bromley, Lewisham and Croydon could be affected by flooding.
Big shows opening, a Royal Court debut, the first street photography festival and things that go bump in the night
Even a short spell at this mixed-use Clerkenwell spot should provide you with a proper escape from the day-in-day-out London hustle.
A local landmark is demolished...but it shall return.
A new Greenpeace protest targets Volkswagen by sending troops into Old Street.
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