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Lucy Loves Spooky White Chocolate Popcorn

This week, in preparation for Halloween, Lucy is making a spooky treat and pretending it’s for the children, but eating it all herself. It’s going to be a busy week, it’s half term and it’s the run up to Halloween. Both these things equal me being out of pocket. Trick or Treating is off the…

A Farewell To Madeleine’s Founder

We say a fond farewell to Lisa Martini of Madeleine’s Cake Boutique and wish her well for the future. Throughout her four years, she accomplished so much with her business and embraced the community spirit of East Sheen. Here is her farewell guest post: To all my wonderful customers, friends, neighbours, fellow cake lovers, event…

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Lucy Loves Chicken with Roasted Carrots and Sesame

This week Lucy is treating us to chicken tray bake with some seasonal roasted vegetables and just a hint of spice. A constant in my life is what can I do with chicken thighs. Thighs are by far my favourite chicken to eat, full of flavour, super crispy skin and always a really good price….

Please share your views on the Air Quality Action Plan!

As you may know the poor quality of the air in our borough is a major concern. The council produced a new Air Quality Action Plan and needs your feedback on it.  The Air Quality Action Plan outlines key areas of policy, the need for an action plan, the levels and sources of pollution in…

The city impact of the boat race explored

Did you know that visitors to the Boat Race spend between £7 million and £8.5 million on race day? And that the total economic benefit to the local area from the Boat Race is between £2.8 and £3.7 million each year? A new study by Arup has analysed the economic impact of the Boat Race…

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Lucy Loves Grilled Caramel Apple Crumble

This week, Lucy is sharing a comforting, autumnal pud, cooked under the grill in a cast iron pan, freeing up your oven for extra roast potatoes on a Sunday. Autumn Sundays are made for a crumble. Actually I could eat crumble any day of the week, but it seems most appropriate on a Sunday after…

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Lucy Loves Mulligatawny Soup

This week, Lucy is reviving a warming Ango-Indian vintage dish, ripe for a delicious resurgence. The nights are drawing in blah blah blah. They are but there’s no need for me to bang on about it, as life is depressing enough as it is. The summer barely rocked up and now it’s over, so let’s…