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Truuli tackle the Essex countryside for charity

Ride Essex was a great ride and one I had been looking forward to since we decided to take part, especially as we were doing it for a good cause which was “Action Medical Research for Children”. They are an amazing charity doing wonderful research to help better our kids medical future, and who better to support than the future leaders of the country. My ride was very eventful, to

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Homebuyer demand is on the up

Following on from two months of house asking price falls, we are starting to see a rise in seller asking prices – the largest we have seen since 2020. Interest rates had hit as high as 6.5% for some borrowers, however, some of the major high street lenders have started to lower their interest rates with many others now following suit. With rates generally sitting below 5% and looking set

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Crystal Palace Area Guide (Updated 2023)

Rising from the hills of London, Crystal Palace offers stunning 360-degree views over both the city and the countryside. This vibrant community is highlighted by a triangle of streets with intriguing independent and new markets to explore. The area’s beginnings trace back to 1854 when part of the Great Exhibition’s iconic iron & glass structure was relocated here, along with an accompanying train station for easy transport access and newly

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Average house prices in the UK have risen by 59% since the last year of the Rabbit

This Chinese New Year ushers in the wonderful and auspicious year of the Rabbit, which symbolizes patience, peace and prosperity.  Since 2011 when we last experienced a Rabbit-year cycle – an incredible 59% increase has been witnessed in UK house prices with annual growth peaking at 10.1% in 2021. With favourable exchange rates this lunar new year brings good news for Chinese investors considering buying property within prime central markets like London; offering

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Mitcham Area Guide (Updated 2023)

The charming town of Mitcham is located on the eastern side of the London Borough of Merton. It sits close to several other noteworthy areas in London such as Thornton Heath, Streatham, Croydon Sutton and Tooting. The river Wandle bounds the area, with a large portion dedicated to Mitcham Common for recreational activities. Records show its origins date back much further than even Domesday Book (1086) – when it was

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Thornton Heath Area Guide (updated 2023)

Thornton Heath is a vibrant, multicultural community nestled in the London Borough of Croydon. Explore its diverse range of restaurants and bars in this pocket of London – all for an affordable price! Plus, with £3 million invested in regeneration projects across the high street, there’s never been a better time to get acquainted with Thornton Heath. Come discover what it has on offer today! Places To Eat and Drink

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