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Hannah Lemon
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Telegraph triumph
I am delighted to announce that I have been published online by the Telegraph Online in the education section. The piece is a defence of the boarding school and you can read it HERE! Hip hip hooray!

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Exercising the imagination
Everyone knows, deep down, that when they signed up to the gym on 1st January, it would be short lived. People slowly stop turning up to the once-packed gym classes, like fish slipping through the net of a rather ambitious haul. Instructors look dismayed th...

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Lucky number seven?
Brixton market has been under much scrutiny from locals who have campaigned against the yuppy invasion, particularly with the opening of Champagne and Fromage, claiming that bubbly and cheese is bringing house prices up and ruining South London culture. Eve...

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The Oyster is your world
Traveling around London can rip holes in your wallet and see the pounds flooding out. Make sure that you are doing all you can to make the most of travel around London. Paper versus Oyster First off, the oyster card offers you a cheaper fair than buying a p...

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In trh Summer House: Review
Seeing student drama productions is always a bit of a disappointment or at the very least you brace yourself for some bad eggs to foul the stage with some amateur acting. Unless, of course, you are going to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. In the Summer ...

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London Cocktail Week: My Plan of Action
As you may already know, London Cocktail Week is well under way. The UK's biggest drink festival started on Monday and is offering mixology lessons, pop-up stalls and free tasters until Sunday.  Wristbands for the event cost £10 and allow wearers access to ...

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Go and Marvel at Matilda
Roald Dahl's deliciously naughty and absurdly funny literature, from his children's books to his darker short stories for adults, has been a staple for many a person's fictional appetite. A West End musical always holds the potential to be a cheesy few hour...

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Josh Widdicombe and Seann Walsh, Apollo
Two weeks ago I made my first trip to the Hammersmith Apollo expecting to roll on the floor crying with laughter and gasping for air. Safe to say Josh Widdicombe and Seann Walsh did not make my dreams of oxygen deficiency through giggling come true. Both ac...

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Open House London: An Architectural Wonderland
Last weekend, thousands of people queued to see historic landmarks across the city. Battersea Power Station was obviously going to be a b...
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