Murder, mayhem and an unexpected brush with fashion royalty: how the City of London Police Museum is full of surprises

The City of London Police has been responsible for policing London’s famous Square Mile since 1839. The smallest police district in the world, it also has its very Museum – the subject of this post. I’ll be honest: when a friend recommended the Museum to me, I couldn’t see the attraction. Could not, to be … Continue reading Murder, mayhem and an unexpected brush with fashion royalty: how the City of London Police Museum is full of surprises

Lunch at the UK’s first organic gastropub turns out to be an experience second to none

“Bit of a mouthful, isn’t it?” commented my friend. Luckily, Claire wasn’t referring to the delicious food which at that very moment we were tucking into, but to the name of the establishment in which we found ourselves upon this sunny Saturday. And she was right: 'Riverford at the Duke of Cambridge' doesn’t exactly roll … Continue reading Lunch at the UK’s first organic gastropub turns out to be an experience second to none