Press

Driftwood Cafe

25th October 2012

With views of the river Lea, this converted shipping container cafe serves a well sourced selection of home made soups, cakes, sandwiches and jacket potatoes. An ideal place for lunch! Read article

Drooling over La Pizzeria

25th October 2012

My favourite Aesop's fable was always The Town Mouse and The Country Mouse and there was absolutely no doubt where my loyalties lay. Who would want to live in the dark and scary countryside, making do and eating barleycorns and roots like the poor old country mouse? Not me. Read article

Olympic Park

25th October 2012

London's biggest piece of public art and shopping centre, 17,320 beds for athletes, an environmental energy centre and an international press hub: just a handful of the things in addition to the stunning venues that fill the London 2012 Olympic Park. Read article

Cove Park

24th October 2012

Cubes, artists accommodation at Cove Park, West Dunbartonshire Read article

Let Go Of Your Heart: An Interview With Kwes

9th October 2012

The missing link between The xx, Hot Chip, Rick James and grime, London-bred Kwesi Sey is Warp’s latest talent to emerge from hip hop’s left brain. Read article

Loving London All Over Again

24th September 2012

A British American Returns to Her Birthplace for the 2012 Olympics Read article

Perpetual night and 90 degrees below zero

22nd September 2012

Why Ranulph Fiennes' family pray this won't be his last adventure as he prepares to risk his life on a 2,000-mile trek across the Antarctic Read article

Explorer Fiennes To Take On Antarctic Winter

17th September 2012

The 68-year-old explorer will endure sub-zero temperatures on the expedition dubbed as "the last remaining great polar challenge". Read article

Sir Ranulph’s Antarctic Trek

17th September 2012

Sir Ranulph and his expedition team will leave London on board the expedition’s ice-strengthened research ship on December 6th. Their aim is to complete ‘The Coldest Journey’ – the first-ever trans-Antarctic winter expedition. The Coldest Journey will also attempt to raise $10m for Seeing is Believing, a global charitable initiative to fight avoidable blindness. Read article

Sir Ranulph Fiennes to attempt record Antarctica trek

17th September 2012

British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes is to lead the first team on foot across Antarctica during the southern winter. Read article