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Notting Hill Carnival 2013

2013 Notting Hill Carnival – First Day!

Follow my blog with Bloglovin After a very dreary and incredibly rainy Saturday in London town yesterday, the skies cleared, the sun came out and all was set for the first day of the 2013 Notting Hill Carnival – children’s day! Given that the weather turned out to be so darn nice, it was no [...]

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The 2013 Notting Hill Carnival is upon us!

It can’t have escaped the notice of many of you that this weekend is a Bank Holiday weekend in the UK. A three day weekend. Three days! THREE WHOLE DAYS! Hurrah! Of course, this August Bank Holiday weekend – the last public holiday we get until Christmas (ssh! Let’s gloss over that before we get [...]

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Oxjam Notting Hill joins in with the Carnival celebrations!

There’s little over a week until the 2013 Notting Hill Carnival (how has it come around so soon?!) and there’s of course plenty of exciting Carnival-related events being lined up in addition to the main event. One of these is the next instalment of Oxjam Notting Hill’s live music events, following on from their launch [...]

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St John's Organ Project - Notting Hill Carnival concert

The St John’s Organ Project presents a Carnival weekend concert with the London Gypsy Orchestra!

In celebration of the wonderfully restored organ at St John’s Church in Notting Hill, a special concert will take place at the Church on Carnival weekend that will combine the sounds of the organ with steel pan music and The London Gypsy Orchestra! Taking place on 24th August 2013, the concert will feature this unusual [...]

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The Notting Hill Carnival – this weekend!

Is is just me, or has the Notting Hill Carnival rolled around incredibly quickly again? Perhaps it’s all the other excitement in London this year over the Jubilee and the Olympics, but the August Bank Holiday (i.e. public holiday for the non-Brits) weekend – and therefore the Carnival – really seems to have snuck up [...]

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