Category: Ents & Leisure

Ents & Leisure
Why should you claim a no deposit bonus online?

Nowadays, ‘welcome’ bonuses are offered by every casino operating online, and these offers tend to come in a variety of different ways. Finding the best bonus that is tailored to your needs as a bettor is often challenging, as there are so many available. Gamblers often search the internet looking for different types of free […]

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Bonuses that you can claim to play casino games

As leisure activities go, online gambling is booming in Britain. Research shows an estimated fifty percent of adults like to gamble at least once a year, and around a third are doing so via the internet. Popular options range from sports betting to bingo, but it is online casinos that have really taken off. Online […]

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Save money on your entertainment this spring

If you’re still feeling the pinch from a lavish period of winter festivities, or you’re saving your money for a special occasion, it’s important to find ways to cut back in every area of your life. It’s equally important to find a balance though, having some “fun money” in your budget while you reduce your […]

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Where to see in 2020…the best Turkish New Year’s Eve parties

If you are after a Turkish-flavoured party to enjoy the last night of this decade, and greet in a new one, read on! There are several options for London Turks. The biggest is a New Year’s Eve Ball at the Prince and Princess Banqueting Suite in Edmonton. Catering for in excess of 500 guests, the […]

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Where to play poker in London

From a tourist’s perspective, London is all about the big attractions like Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London. But once you have lived there for any amount of time or visited these attractions before, the city starts to look different. In the long term, you tend to decide more on everyday spots like places […]

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The Queen’s House, Greenwich: “a must-see for anyone interested in history, architecture and art”

  In 2016, the Queen’s House in southeast London re-opened following a £3 million restoration. Timed to coincide with this historic building’s 400th anniversary, it features new artwork by Turner Prize winner Richard Wright. The 17th-century building was originally designed in 1616 for Anne of Denmark (wife of James I) in the grounds of Greenwich […]