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Results found for: September 2014

25 Sep 2014
Tiger Who Came to Tea gets Sydney Opera House run
Sydney Opera House is set to be home to a production based on classic picture book The Tiger Who Came To Tea this winter, with the fami...
24 Sep 2014
Puerto Rico has had a nod for its sustainable tourism efforts
Puerto Rico has won a sustainable tourism award, it has been revealed.   The country’s tourism board was awarded the Caribbe...
22 Sep 2014
A newly cut grass smell is part of the pod experience.
Terminal 2 at Heathrow Airport has become home to a week-long park pod attraction, in place until September 24th.It's designed to c...
Scouts get new Aviation Activity Badge
Youngsters are able to learn about things like how planes fly, thanks to a partnership between Heathrow Airport and The Scouts Associat...
9 Sep 2014
Branford Marsalis performs to concerts at London Jazz Festival
Branford Marsalis is one of those contemporary jazz stars whose name often precedes “Sold Out” on festival line-ups before ...
8 Sep 2014
Photomonth to return to London
Photomonth East London International Photography Festival is to return to the UK capital next month.The event has been running for more...
3 Sep 2014
London museum plans 'Science Uncovered' event
London's Natural History Museum is set to host a late opening event called Science Uncovered on September 26th.Taking place from 3p...
2 Sep 2014
New consultation from London City Airport
London City Airport will be consulting about flight path modernisation plans, with the process running between September 4th and Novemb...
Drop-off zone revamp for Edinburgh Airport
As a result of rising numbers of passengers, and to improve things for those using it, Edinburgh Airport is making alterations to the d...
1 Sep 2014
Science Museum to display Clockmakers' Collection
People exploring the Science Museum in London are set to be able to see the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers' Clockmakers' Col...