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  • Seven London place names explained

    cabbieblog.com 21 Aug '16, 1pm

    No-one who has even the slightest knowledge about the United Kingdom’s historic capital would argue that London isn’t one of the most fascinating place to live, work or visit. What’s more, for those who take an interest in language, London has some truly weird and wonderful place name...

  • Peter Rabbit's grave

    cabbieblog.com 30 Jul '16, 10am

    On 28th July 1866 – one hundred and fifty years ago this week – there was born at 2 Bolton Gardens (since destroyed by German bombs) a girl that many regard as the world’s greatest children’s author. Beatrix Potter’s father was a barrister sufficiently wealthy to live in this expensiv...

  • Is this square home to hidden value in Mayfair?

    cabbieblog.com 01 Jun '16, 4pm

    Historic, charming and yet not quite on the average London property buyer’s radar, Shepherd Market could well turn out to be one of Mayfair’s hidden hotspots. Located between Curzon and Piccadilly, this small area is home to pubs, boutiques, coffee shops and a smattering of apartments...

  • The London Grill: Jack Cooke

    cabbieblog.com 21 May '16, 11am

    We challenge our contributor to reply to ten devilishly probing questions about their London and we don’t take “Sorry Gov” for an answer. Everyone sitting in the hot seat will face the same questions that range from their favourite way to spend a day out in the capital to their most h...

  • The London Grill: Katie Wignall

    cabbieblog.com 18 Apr '16, 2pm

    We challenge our contributor to reply to ten devilishly probing questions about their London and we don’t take “Sorry Gov” for an answer. Everyone sitting in the hot seat will face the same questions that range from their favourite way to spend a day out in the capital to their most h...

  • Bolding's Grosvenor Works

    cabbieblog.com 25 Mar '16, 1pm

    At the end of the 1880s, the firm moved the business to a new building on a triangular plot on the corner of Davies Street and South Molton Lane, not very far from their old premises in South Molton Street (see for the whole building Google Street View here ). The building was designe...

  • A history of green cab shelters

    cabbieblog.com 01 May '16, 8pm

    Between designing handbags fit for the Duchess of Cambridge, and assisting Mayor Boris in his mission to make the host city look beautiful for the Olympic games, Anya Hindmarch is taking up the cause to save the Cabmen’s Shelters from extinction. She has designed a two-way 2012 London...

  • A pilgrim returned

    cabbieblog.com 01 May '16, 5pm

    Nestled in a Kent valley is one of the most romantic houses to be found near London. Situated just outside the M25 near the charmingly named hamlet of Ivy Hatch, this substantial property is virtually unseen from the road. Ightham Mote (pronounced “Item Moot”) is a rare example of a m...

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