Dear Recipient, This Week In London, Best Loved's new insider's view! All the best attractions, reviews and offers from London's Best Loved Team! Issued Friday June 24th, 2005
3rd Volume Issue 1 Electronic Edition 2005
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THIS WEEK IN LONDON
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"Ner’e cast a doubt ‘til May is out" is an English ‘old wives tale’ (a sort of British homily) that really means that spring weather is very changeable until the end of May – the word changeable usually a euphemism for wet!
However ‘flaming June’ (it really is called that) is a whole lot different and this June it’s simply glorious, with the weathermen telling us that it’s going to stay that way for some time. And with the summer weather ‘the season’ as it’s called really kicks off. In the next few weeks a whole host of events take place in and around London to whet your appetite.
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Restaurant Review Dates For Your Diary - June
River Café
The River Café
Thames Wharf
Rainville Road
London
W6 9HA
Tel: 020 7386 4200
A long time ago (well not that long ago, actually) before Jamie Oliver transmogrified into the naked chef, signed lucrative promotional and advertising deals with a national supermarket chain and embarked on a mission to raise the standard of school lunches that for some reason are still called ‘school dinners’, he was just another talented young chef who perfected his craft at the River Café under the watchful eyes of Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers...
Cricket: Natwest Series Cricket: Natwest Series - The first of a series of one day games around the UK featuring England, Bangladesh and Australia.
Biggin Hill International Air Fair - International six-hour flying display...
Hampton Court Palace Music Festival - One of Britain’s most successful music festivals in one of Britain’s most glorious historic palaces...
The Queen's Birthday Parade - Trooping the Colour ceremony by the Massed Bands and Troops...
Henley Royal Regatta - Plants, flowers of all seasons, theme gardens and much more are all on display...

Ten things to See in London in...June
The London Eye 1. Tennis: Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships - Top players from all over the world compete for the most coveted and prestigious titles of the tennis world.
2. The European Design Show
3. Jazz Plus
4. The Spitalfields Festival Fringe
5. The Playtex Moonwalk
6. City of London Festival
7. Wombledon in Wimbledon
8. Diamonds
9. Crystal Palace Park Victorian Weekend
10. Hampton Court Palace Flower Show


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