Posts Tagged ‘ Chelsea ’

The trip every true football fan must take



May 26th, 2016 | By

Make a pilgrimage to Wembley – the beautiful game’s spiritual home – says Kaye Holland



Top five restaurant openings in East London

Apr 26th, 2013 | By

For decades, East London’s dining scene was (rightly) derided. Fast forward to 2013 and it’s all change. Riding on the wave of post Olympic afterglow, a slew of high profile new restaurants are due to open their doors



2013: the party continues

Jan 5th, 2013 | By

From parties at The Palace and Regency balls to week-long walks and ground-breaking hotels, we look at what’s in store for 2013



Eat London: part three

Aug 4th, 2012 | By

All eyes are on London, as the host of the Olympic Games. But there’s plenty of action in the capital to keep you entertained and not just the games. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, pack your appetite as world leading restaurateurs Peter Prescott and Terence Conran take you on a culinary tour of Chelsea, Fulham and South Kensington



Eat London: part two

Aug 3rd, 2012 | By

All eyes are on London, as the host of the Olympic Games on London as the host of the Olympic Games. But there’s plenty of action in the capital to keep you entertained and not just the games. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, pack your appetite as world leading restaurateurs Peter Prescott and Terence Conran take you on a culinary tour of Chelsea, Fulham and South Kensington



Eat London

Aug 2nd, 2012 | By

All eyes are on London, as the host of the Olympic Games. But there’s plenty of action in the capital to keep you entertained and not just the games. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, pack your appetite as world leading restaurateurs Peter Prescott and Terence Conran take you on a culinary tour of Chelsea, Fulham and South Kensington



Croatia’s Luka Modric proves not all footballers are bad

Jul 2nd, 2012 | By

It’s fair to say that footballers, by and large, get a bad press. They’re overpaid, pampered and, if England’s performance against Italy in the Euro 2012 quarter finals was anything to go by, pretty useless to boot



Football Visitors

Aug 20th, 2011 | By

I’ve never really considered the impact of football tourism. Up until yesterday when I would thought they were just people visiting the grounds of their rivals that week, buying the odd pie and pint and not much more than that. But some research from Visit Britain has made me think again