It was a walk of tears down Wembley Way for me on Saturday, as my friend Corin and I went to watch plucky underdgogs Shrewsbury Town fail to be promoted after losing 3-1 to cider drinking country bumpkins Bristol Rovers. There’s always next year lads. At least Corin had the consolation of going to see [...]Read more
The past few days have seen Trinity Buoy Wharf swarming with students from Central St Martins, who have been using the wharf as a base to create art inspired by the surrounding areas. We’ve seen some amazing sights from decorated lamp posts to painted rocks to a small bird made from old tin cans. This [...]Read more
After a fantastic lunch with our celeb filled judging panel, we can finally announce the riders and runners for this year’s Observer Ethical Awards. Alistair McGowan, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Emily Eavis, David James and a host of ethical experts have selected a great list of ethical pioneers representing the best in fashion, invention, conservation, campaigning and [...]Read more
This Friday sees the Eco-Design Spring Fair taking place at the London College of Fashion, near Oxford Circus tube. Check out the website, looks like there should be something for everyone.
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