Judith Edwards • Published 14 Nov 2011 09:30
When it comes to grocery shopping online the quality of produce and prompt delivery are two of the most significant benefits that most consumers are looking for.
Bill's is a place to eat, buy food and socialise and the Reading Store, in Chain Street, is one of five UK outlets in this new restaurant and produce chains.
It is probably London's most unusual upmarket hotel. On Great Marlborough Street, close to Carnaby Street, the Courthouse has a rich history, and the Grade II listed building, in its original capacity as magistrate's court, has seen many colourful characters pass through its portals. John Lennon, Mick Jagger, Marianne Faithful and Keith Richards have all had reason to appear at the Great Marlborough Street Magistrate's court in the 1960s and 70s, as did author and playwright, Oscar Wilde in 1895.
Meet Wendy. She is in her 60s and lonely. She has lived, loved, and lost; her husband passed away and her children have flown the nest. Now she has landed a job where her good humour and wisdom about the human condition can be poured into giving people just the right bit of advice, just when they need it. But what is the job?