Thoughtfully crafted cafe style dining in the park. Pear Tree Cafe was opened by Annabel Partridge and Will Burrett in Autumn 2016.
Pear Tree Cafe evokes charm, with beautiful views across the boating lake and serving up fresh seasonal dishes with a weekly changing menu. All day dining, Weekend brunches, Pop up dinners and Bar with Fantastic Bar Snacks
We are very proud to be part of the 100 Best Restaurants in London. "This is high-falutin’ cuisine with real soul: each dish pimped to perfection, every ooh-la-la flourish made to earn its keep." Time Out magazine. Head chef Fabien Gailly presents a mouthwatering menu with everything you wish for: clever, seasonal, an explosion of flavours.
It was all glitz and glamour, as a host of ITV stars joined our colleagues and commercial customers on the red carpet at the London Palladium, for the biggest event in the Commercial calendar - the ITV Gala. WinkBall reporters Gully Singh and Itteshad Hossain.
The project is the brainchild of wildlife photographer Margot Raggett who has produced the book and exhibition, featuring images donated by 65 of the world’s best wildlife photographers. Their aim is to raise awareness of rhino poaching and the funds to protect them and all proceeds from print and book sales go to rhino protection projects via The Born Free Foundation.
The World Press Photo of the Year competition honours the photographer whose visual creativity and skills made a picture that captures or represents an event or issue of great journalistic importance in the last year. The 2017 contest drew entries from around the world: 5,034 photographers from 126 countries submitted 80,408 images. The jury gave prizes in eight categories to 45 photographers from 25 countries. WinkBall reporters Olivia Sumrie and Pooja Chhabria report.
WinkBall was at University of Oxford with reporters Gemma Grandison and Itteshad Hossain to capture all the action and fun at their basketball match against University of Hertsfordshire.
Tara Donovan, New York born artist known for her large scale installations and sculptures created from everyday objects, presents exhibition of new works. Runs until March 9.
clueQuest is a 60 Minute buzzing team bonding experience. Help Mr Q save the world from villains and devices in a thrilling puzzle solving race against time. WinkBall reporters Itte and Diamond checked it out.
Jon Snow, Channel 4 news presenter hosts Q&A with director Mike Day following screening of his documentary about a local professor who impacts the lives of whale hunters, who believe hunting is vital to their way of life. Brittany Taylor and Alexi Phillips report for WinkBall.
Come and experience Afternoon Tea with a difference on one of our Routemaster buses. These vintage London buses will drive around Central London, taking in some of the City’s best sights, whilst you can indulge in the fabulous B Afternoon Tea. Capture the heart of the city’s culture, landmarks and history on our London Routemaster bus, whilst sipping on a lovely cup of tea and enjoying the exquisite tastes of France. High tea accompanied with an array of tasty sandwiches and delicious cakes and pastries.
With a rich British heritage and over thirty-five years of expertise, at Rococo Chocolates we bring tastes and experiences to our customers for the first time, and believe in setting trends, not following them. We use only the finest ingredients and the care and attention to detail that we put into every single one of our chocolates is evident from their exquisite taste. On the top floor of Rococo Towers in South London sits one of the most important rooms at Rococo Chocolates (and definitely everyone’s favourite). Rococo Chocolates was founded in 1983 by Chantal Coady OBE, who wanted to change the way fine chocolate was perceived. Following on from a Saturday job in Harrods selling confectionary, Chantal knew she wanted to create her own emporium of luxury chocolate, one that was an inspiring engagement of the senses that real chocolate deserves. Emma Becque and Itteshad Hossain report for WinkBall.
Our mission at Hire that Look is to give you access to a dream wardrobe without the nightmare price tag. High-fashion dress rental at a low price that allows you to hire guilt-free style and confidence for that big event – no strings attached. We wave our wand – you rent a dress/shake your tail feather (in the best and most varied range of luxury established and upcoming designers in the land). That’s the deal. Brittany Taylor and Louise Gookey report for WinkBall.
The brand was born from a love of travel and coming across talented artisans. Be it a Maasai Warrior in the Negong Hills who cast recycled padlocks in sand and wax, or one of our talented Balinese ladies who meticulously hand knot and handmake our tassels. Their colour specialist and healer is passionate about finding the best stones and pearls, so each necklace has a point of difference and is unique. She also channels the finished article with positive energy so you can feel really good when wearing your individual piece. Their packaging is made through a social enterprise group in Kenya, giving work to women living in the Nairobi slums so they are able to feed themselves and their children. The bags are to be re-used to keep your tassel in when travelling. Olivia Sumrie and Alexi Phillips report.
Tori is a Holistic Health Coach, she offers one on one coaching programs to assist people in becoming the best version of themselves. Of course this focuses heavily on what people are eating, but she believes that this starts with everything else that ‘fills them up’. From relationships and exercise, to careers and spirituality. Guiding people through techniques that can teach them how to love and respect themselves by looking at the boundaries and expectations they have in place. TBalance is a Holistic Health Coaching service and brand that strives to help people connect with, value and look after themselves.
DayOld is a food surplus social enterprise, tackling food waste and food poverty with treats saved for tomorrow. We sell delicious surplus baked goods (from brownies to cinnamon rolls to artisan loaves of bread!) through treat boxes, office pop-ups, and event catering. Our baked goods are surplus — we collect them from artisan bakeries the previous day, preventing them from going to waste. Our profits become much-needed cash donations to charities addressing child hunger.
A holistic and healthy, yet comfortingly simple approach to Australian cafe culture in the heart of Notting Hill. Farm Girl values fresh, nutritionally nurturing ingredients and delivers them in a warm and welcoming environment.
Powerstudio, is the recording hub of Producer / Writer Benny D, who has worked with and produced Stormzy, Boy George, Kylie, The Killers, Lily Allen, Robbie Williams, Depeche Mode and many more. It is without a doubt one of Londons leading recording studios to record, produce, mix and master music of all genres, offering state of the art equipment incorporating a good sized live room.
We joined Team Brunel at their awards ceremony as they celebrated a year of exceptional achievements under the Vice President of Student Activities, Michael Darlow and his leadership team. And to all the sports teams, huge cheers to you all!
Tate Britain presents the first ever exhibition dedicated to queer British art. With paintings, drawings, personal photographs and film from artists such as John Singer Sargent, Dora Carrington, Duncan Grant and David Hockney the diversity of queer British art is celebrated as never before.
The conference aims at providing delegates with practical skills and ideas they can take home and explore in their own organisations. The day will feature a mix of workshops and panel discussions about the latest tools, trends and techniques in digital journalism. Some of the topics we are exploring include best practices and workflows for live streaming online, producing on mobile for mobile audiences, and news delivery on voice controlled interfaces such as Amazon Echo or Google Home.
Gagosian is pleased to present “Diversifolia,” an exhibition of new sculpture and drawings by Nancy Rubins. This is Rubins’s first solo exhibition in London. Rubins transforms found objects and industrial refuse into expertly orchestrated abstractions that are fluid and rhizomatic in nature. Achieving this expressive fluidity at such a large scale requires precise engineering; in her recent work, she has employed a structural property called “tensegrity,” wherein individual parts are arranged in balanced compression and secured with tensile cables. Vera Lutter presents eight new photographs “Turning Time”. Lutter has created pinhole-camera photographs of architecture, landscapes, cityscapes, and industrial sites since the early 1990s. “Turning Time” comprises two series, one depicting ancient temples in the southern Italian town of Paestum, the other the Effelsberg Radio Telescope at the Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomiey in Germany, a radio telescope used for scientific research and recording cosmic activity in outer space.
WinkBall provides members with a video Report and Interview Processing System (RIPS) to produce, format and share
high quality, professional, branded video reports and interviews.
Using RIPS members can insert sponsors logos, messages and adverts. To finalise their video reports members can add
titles, captions and meta-data so that they can easily be embedded and discovered on the Web.