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Zoë Willis


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Columbia Road Flower Market

Columbia Road Flower Market

Spring is off to blustery and cold start in London, but we’re enjoying each and every first sign of the warmer weather to come. What better way to celebrate the colours and beauty of spring than to stroll along London’s famous Sunday flower market, Columbia Road in the East End! ... Read More

Wool House at Somerset House in London

Wool House at Somerset House in London

The Campaign for Wool has a pop-up in Somerset House. And guess what? It’s out with the aran jumpers and in with the sleek, contemporary interiors. Thankfully. Wool House is on at the Somerset House from now through Sunday, March, 24th, 2013. ... Read More

Tea and the National Grid

Tea and the National Grid

It’s about time for another blog post on tea, one of our favourite British pastimes. For all those electrical and civil engineers, professors of Classical Greek tragedy and readers who have a penchant for soap operas … this one’s dedicated to you! ... Read More

Mothering Sunday in London

Mothering Sunday in London

Mothering Sunday is almost upon us and it’s not just about the schmaltzy cards. Let there be Medieval traditions! Rose-hued priestly vestments! But most of all, let there be cake! Learn more about the history and traditions of Mother’s Day in the UK. ... Read More

London Shopping | Ledbury Road & Westbourne Grove in Notting Hill

London Shopping | Ledbury Road & Westbourne Grove in Notting Hill

Find out more about Westbourne Grove and Ledbury Road, Notting Hill’s select shopping destination of choice for the effortlessly elegant. Shhhh! Don’t tell the locals you’re on to them… ... Read More

Portobello Road in Notting Hill – A History

Portobello Road in Notting Hill – A History

Let London Perfect present a potted history of and gentle introduction to the world’s most famous street market. Antiques, fashion, food, the Duke of Edinburgh on a biscuit tin… Portobello Road has it all! ... Read More

Seeing the British Museum Through the Eyes of a Toddler

Seeing the British Museum Through the Eyes of a Toddler

A trip to the British Museum in London is a must for all visitors in London. The museum can be fun for the family, too! Here are some tips for stepping away from the mainstream tours and seeing the museum with a toddler. You’ll never look at the British Museum in the same way again! ... Read More

Celebrating Burns Night

Celebrating Burns Night

Are you ready for Burns Night on Friday, January 25th? If you’re not sure what it is or how to celebrate, our London based blogger Zoë F. Willis has shared a wee bit about the history of this Scottish holiday and the traditional ways to enjoy this fun night – including haggis, pipers and lots of poetry and Scottish dancing! ... Read More

Exploring West Chelsea in London: Fulham Road, Old Brompton Road & The Beach

Exploring West Chelsea in London: Fulham Road, Old Brompton Road & The Beach

From the charming residential neighbourhoods of west Cheslea, our London based blogger Zoë F. Willis explores this fun area in London. From the peace of the Brompton Cemetery to the cheers of Chelsea soccer fans at Stamford Bridge stadium and antique shops and restaurants in between, find out more about what to see and do in Chelsea! ... Read More

Discovering Chelsea: Things to Do in One of London’s Top Neighborhoods

Discovering Chelsea: Things to Do in One of London’s Top Neighborhoods

In our new Discovering London series of blog posts we’re taking an in depth look at things to see and do in Chelsea. One of London’s most popular neighbourhoods, Chelsea is a top spot for shopping and dining along trendy King’s Road and Sloane Square. But don’t miss the other cultural and historic attractions during your stay in Chelsea! ... Read More

Cooking Schools in London

Cooking Schools in London

London is leading a food revolution that has gourmands from around the world taking notice. From breadmaking courses to marmalade making extravaganzas and traditional British favourites, here’s a list of where to find some of the most unique, interesting and fun cooking classes in London! ... Read More

Boxing Day Traditions

Boxing Day Traditions

Today is Boxing Day – a public holiday for tens of millions of Brits, Irish and a significant smattering of Commonwealth types. It’s not simply a chance to digest yesterday’s feast but actually encompasses a number of themes; the religious, the historical, the material and the sporty. Find out more on the London Perfect Blog! ... Read More

Traditional Christmas Pudding

Traditional Christmas Pudding

Christmas dinner isn’t complete without the traditional Christmas pudding … brought to the table flaming! Our London based blogger Zoë F. Willis shares the history, fun and hints on where to find a good recipe for a traditional Christmas pudding. Bring a bit of British holiday tradition to your Christmas table this year! ... Read More

Christmas Crackers – A British Holiday Tradition

Christmas Crackers – A British Holiday Tradition

Our London based blogger Zoë F. Willis shares with us the history and fun behind Christmas Crackers – a very traditional part of the Christmas dinner table. And no … they’re not the type of crackers you enjoy with cheese! Celebrate Christmas with this fun British tradition this year! ... Read More

Guide to Afternoon Tea

Guide to Afternoon Tea

After sharing a brief history of tea and a step by step guide to how to brew the perfect cup, Zoë F. Willis takes readers along to afternoon tea in some of London’s top spots in London Perfect’s Guide to Tea. ... Read More

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