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Maggie’s West London (2008)

…at Maggie’s said: “I’m delighted that my design is helping people on their journey with cancer.” Maggie’s Centres offer support for people affected by cancer at any stage, whether patients,…

Buckingham Palace

…Road. By road: Buckingham Palace is within the London Congestion Charge zone. Please visit www.cclondon.com for further details. By coach: Victoria Coach Station is a 10-minute walk from the Palace….

Royal Courts of Justice

…and Wales, The Master of the Rolls, The Vice Chancellor and the President of the Family Division. You can find out more about the workings of the Courts at www.justice.gov.uk/courts/rcj-rolls-building/rcj….

St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s is London’s cathedral and embodies the spiritual life and heritage of the British people. A cathedral houses the seat – Latin, cathedra – of the bishop, making it…

Lumen United Reform Church (2009)

…to people from many backgrounds, including students and visitors to London. Theis and Khan Architects were commissioned by members of the Regent Square URC to redesign the existing 1960s church…

The Francis Crick Institute

…local communities, community groups, Camden planning department, the GLA and CABE. Planning approval was secured in December 2010. Construction of the shell commenced in June 2011 and was completed in…

Buxton Memorial Fountain

…in 1838 to commemorate the Emancipation of the Slaves in 1834, in memory of his father, Sir T Fowell Buxton and those associated with him. It is tall, extraordinarily colourful,…

Albert Memorial

The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens is one of the grandest high-Victorian gothic extravaganzas anywhere. It was designed by George Gilbert Scott, and completed in 1876. Prince Albert – Queen…

Alexandra Palace

…acres of beautiful parkland, and grounds that boast a pub and restaurant, ice rink, boating lake, pitch & putt course. Designed to be “The People’s Palace” it was later nicknamed…

Tower of London

…the fortifications, changing its role from fortress to palace to prison and place of execution. Today, it remains a working building at the centre of our national life. People who…

Draperโ€™s Hall

Company. Founded over 600 years ago, the Drapers’ Company is incorporated by Royal Charter and is one of the Twelve Great Livery Companies in the City of London. It has…

Siobhan Davies Studios (2006)

…were a complete contrast to the old. The main staircase is hung from the roof, its tensioned cables stretched like tendons as they hover over the concrete ground and the…

Ismaili Centre

…the presence of Mawlana Hazar Imam. They were joined by government ministers, members of Parliament, diplomats and leaders of the Ismaili community from around the world. The Centre was widely…

GDIF South Thamesmead

…to purchase on site so why not come early and enjoy a drink and soak up the atmosphere prior to the performance. You are welcome to bring your own food…

Westminster Abbey

…place where some of the most significant people in the nation’s history are buried or commemorated. The Abbey have a new recorded audio-described guide (scripted by VocalEyes) which is available…

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