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Highlights from this week in London. Read about everything from architecture to food and delve a little deeper into London's culture.

Issue 03

Food is a prominent feature of this issue as we source out some sweet treats from Soho, fill up on pastry and art at Jillian Eldridge's exhibition and cover the Queens Park Summer Festival.

Crosstown Doughnuts, Soho

Strolling through Soho in the sunshine the other day I spotted a glorious new shop – Crosstown Doughnuts. Having already used up my lunch hour I came back to the office and hit their name into Google.

Now I'm a fan of Krispy Kreme, but I've been dying to try something new: enter Crosstown – offering a wide variety of original doughnut flavours such as Creme Brûlée, Seven Berry Glaze and Peanut Butter and Berry, to name a few. Aside from the wacky collection they present, what really impressed me was that they are made from sourdough – the new ingredient that seems to have taken over the bakery world.

Now you can forget about the £12 mixed dozen you're used to, as a box from Crosstown will set you back around £30. But if you fancy a sweet treat to satisfy your afternoon cravings and don't intend on buying a box for your office, then head on over to Crosstown – you won't regret it.

Queen’s Park Summer Festival

If you’re on the lookout for places to chill, don’t miss out on the Queen’s Park Summer Festival! The event will host diverse and professional talent on the main stage, this will include sports, games from Westminster Sports Unit (including Queens Park Rangers football club), global food, local stalls and entertainment mapped throughout the park including a chill out area with information and activities on healthy living.

The festival usually hosts over 2000 people which has been growing annually. Queen's Park Community Council has helped bring together a range of resident volunteers to deliver the event, helping to bring the community together. It's catered to all age ranges from younger children entertainment play areas and towards older residents where a tea party, line dancing and live salsa entertainment will be on show.

Other notable events at Queens Park include the Queens Park Book Festival and Queens Park Open Garden.

Hopefully the weather will hold up for Saturday!

Coffee and Pastries with Jillian Eldridge

Our latest artist Jillian Eldridge who is currently exhibiting work at our Project Space in Shoreditch, will be holding a coffee and pastry event this Sunday 3rd August. Jillian is currently showcasing her beautiful paintings in our gallery, and it is a fantastic opportunity to meet her and discuss the artwork. It's free entry and open between 11am and 1pm.

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