This summer in Notting Hill, Perform Drama School will be running a number of exciting Peter Pan workshops for kids aged 4 to 8 years old! Each workshop lasts five days, and the course will see kids embark on a magical trip to Neverland with Peter Pan, Wendy, John and Michael, helping rescue Tinkerbell from the [...]
Seeking out legal advice is a daunting prospect for many of us – but here’s a new and free service that many in the local area will welcome. Strictly Law are offering drop-in clinics at The Tabernacle in W11 every Friday (10am – 2pm) where you can obtain free and impartial legal advice. You can [...]
Anyone interested in the history of Notting Hill and its residents should take a look at this fascinating video on the formation of Notting Hill Housing. This housing association was formed in the early 1960s as a result of the appalling living conditions that some residents faced – alongside other social issues that immigrants were [...]
As we edge ever closer to the fifth month of the year and to proper, glorious spring, we’re also soon to see the latest edition of the Notting Hill Mayfest! This month-long cultural festival will once again host a number of exciting events, from music and opera to talks, art, cinema and kid’s activities, which [...]
At the start of the year, The Guide to Notting Hill mentioned a year-long and exceedingly fun project by the artist IMPREINT, Portraits – one that anyone and everyone is encouraged to participate in! Kickstarted in December on the streets of Notting Hill (when, in just a few hours, over 100 people took part), the [...]
New e-book for visitors to Notting Hill!
An Amazon.com review gives this book five stars and says "If You're Staying In or Near Notting Hill - You Need This Book..."!
We're written an e-book to help visitors to Notting Hill! With sections on restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs, places to stay, things to see, history and more, there's something of interest for everyone! Available now on Amazon, read more details about it here.