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    A museum is to close for a major revamp to make it "more interactive and creative and less about nostalgia".The V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green will undergo a £13m improvement to create a "light and airy" space housing "iconic works to empower children". V&A director Tristram Hunt said it was "beloved by the local community but in need of modernisation".The museum will close [...]

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    You might think that hedgehogs only set up home in the countryside but they are in fact thriving in some of our cities. But where can we expect to see them in an urban setting? Thanks to a new study, London's native hedgehog population hotspots have been uncovered — and it's never been easier to help them out. Scientists from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) HogWatch programme and [...]

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    School’s out in London this week, with February half term offering a much needed break – for the kids at least, not so much for parents.Luckily there are plenty of places to keep the little ones busy, with some of London’s biggest museums putting on family-friendly workshops and tours. Elsewhere, there are free dining options, immersive experiences and places to entertain all members of [...]

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    Emergency Glazier London New Years Video

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    By mid September, you can sense the garden slowing down. The days are shortening, and with it temperatures are falling and we have lower light levels. Whilst it all depends on where you garden, it is noticeable that tomatoes are ripening more slowly. Unless you want to make batches of green chutney, it will be necessary at some point to cut your losses , and the tomato vines, to bring them [...]

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    If you buy one Sedum, you need to never ever have to buy another, as they are the plant world's easiest plant to propagate. Sedums are a beautiful plant, blooming in August and September, extremely appealing to bees and butterflies. Sedum can be propagated in 2 ways, either by cuttings or rooted in water.If by cuttings, a truly easy way is in May is to chop Sedums to make them bushier later in[...]

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    It has to do with this time of year I understand my seasonal mistake, I have actually not staked and supported sufficient plants in the border and they are a horticultural collison as summer moves on. It's not just the high plants like the Delphinium, but much shorter plants such as Crocosmia which if planted near to another plant or course will flop over if not staked. Every year I go to a show [...]

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