It is a well-known fact that London is an expensive city to live in, but what is lesser known is that the rents in the capital are increasing faster than anywhere else in the country. In London, the average age of a first time buyer is now 38 years old,… Continue reading
Only 27% of 16-year-olds on free school meals achieve A* to C grades at GCSE, compared with 54% of their peers. This suggests that the over one million children who are eligible for free school meals because their family income is £16,040 or less, are more likely to do… Continue reading
England is known for its National Health Service. It is the largest and the oldest single-payer healthcare system in the world and with one fifth of its budget being spent on providing health care in London alone it would be expected that every person living in London is in… Continue reading
90% of organisations in the voluntary sector are small or medium sized charities. Despite making up such a large percentage of the sector the work that they do often goes unnoticed by many. Research commissioned by TSB, and reported in the Guardian (13/06/16), shows that small charities miss out on… Continue reading
Where: Elizabeth Street, London, SW1W. A 5 minute walk from Victoria Station.
Please come and join us tomorrow at the Elizabeth Street Summer Party from 3-11! There will be food, drink, a fancy dress parade, entertainment, a performance by Holland Park Opera, live music and… Continue reading