We (okay, I) here at The Guide to Notting Hill have been rather busy recently. Not only has there been a re-design (and big update) to make this site to make it easier to use (and to provide more information), I’ve also been beavering away to create an e-book for visitors to the Notting Hill [...]
Those interested in the history of Notting Hill and its wonderful Portobello Market may be very interested to hear about a book covering the real life experiences of a young boy who worked at the vegetable market during World War II, and his eventful life post-evacuation. Guttersnipe tells the story of Jack Dawkins, a streetwise [...]
Following on from yesterday’s post about the Royal Wedding spirit in Blenheim Crescent, one of its fine shops is offering the chance to win some fantastic Wedding souvenirs! The Travel Bookshop has sold out of all of its Kate and William memorabilia even before the big day today. They have, however, kept back a small [...]
If you fancy doing something a little different on a Tuesday lunchtime in Notting Hill, why not pop down to the Notting Hill institution Books for Cooks for a special Persian-influenced lunch hosted by Greg and Lucy Malouf, authors of the wonderful new cookbook Saraban. From 12pm tomorrow, Greg and Lucy will be hosting 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.
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