Natasha Kaplinsky to host star-studded virtual event to benefit Barnardo’s

The Greenwich Mummy Blog - Christmas in London

Broadcaster Natasha Kaplinsky will host an evening of festive song and spoken word to raise money for Barnardo’s as part of the charity’s Christmas campaign, known as ‘Kidsmas’. The Kidsmas Live event will be broadcast from St. John’s Smith Square on December 1 and will feature virtual performances from several of the charity’s children’s choir […]

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Mindful Chef X LEON Limited Edition Recipe Box

The Wandering Mother Blog - Mindful Chef X LEON limited edition box

Bring sunshine into your kitchen this November with flavours from Morocco and Sicily! For a limited time only, meal box delivery company, Mindful Chef has partnered up with Naturally Fast Food chain, LEON to provide you with an enjoyable restaurant experience at home with two exclusive recipes. These limited edition recipes will be available on […]

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Hello November!

We meet again… As we move closer to December and Christmas, we wrap up the end of the autumnal months with the clocks going back last weekend. I can’t believe how quickly the year has FLOWN by (I know I say it every year but I could swear that this year has gone by faster […]

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Greenwich Dance receives lifeline grant from Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Greenwich Dance - Up My Street Online

Greenwich Dance has been awarded £192,820 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure they have a sustainable future, the Culture Secretary announced on Saturday 17 October. Greenwich Dance is one of 588 cultural and creative organisations across the country […]

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Could a vegan diet in pregnancy actually be healthy?

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A contribution post by Louise Palmer-Masterton There is a widely-held belief that we are omnivorous and therefore a vegan diet cannot be safe in pregnancy. Obviously one that I, and many others, wholeheartedly disagree with. In fact, when I became pregnant with my first daughter, I was almost 40. My diet at that time consisted […]

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