Tag Archives: Elgin Crescent

Openhouse London

What a fantastic scheme Openhouse London is. More than 800 buildings and spaces of architectural interest are open to the public over one weekend each year – for free. They might be newly built or Victorian homes modernised by 21st … Continue reading

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Halloween in Notting Hill 2011

As Halloween was the last day of the school holidays this year, I decided to dress up the house as well as the children. I was not at all influenced by the fact that some friends had had ¬†Monster High … Continue reading

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Notting Hill’s Travel Bookshop – yes that one – has closed

I was shocked to see this sign in the window of the Travel Bookshop last week. The Travel bookshop has been in Blenheim Crescent for 30 years. It’s one of the best known businesses in the area – both locally … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween

Wonderful evening trick or treating with the children. We usually head for the roads around Elgin Crescent in Notting Hill. There are quite a few American families there and lots¬† of them ( and plenty of their non-American neighbours) really … Continue reading

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