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Ten Minute Take-Away 05/11/10

It’s Diwali! It’s Bonfire Night! It’s the weekend!

Must mean it’s time for LondonLovelies’s Ten Minute Take-Away, then.

This week, we’ve got the Children’s Film Festival, Time For Tease and FREE bonfires around London.  Go forth and listen.

Ten Minute Take-Away 05/11/10

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Ten Minute Take-Away 29/10/10

Good news! The Ten Minute Take-Away is back and full of things to get on with this week.

This week listen out for Halloween activities, Diwali and vintage fairs, amongst other things.

Listen here, or download it from iTunes – search LondonLovelies and you’ll be directed to the page.

Ten Minute Take-Away 29/10/10

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Winter Festival

Still looking for Christmas gifts? Looking for something interesting to do midweek?

Try the Portobello Road Winter Festival.  Offering free film screenings, dance workshops, free tastings, food markets and a Santa’s Grotto, the market – along Portobello Road and Golborne Road offers a host of entertainment.

In addition, Martin Miller’s Gin are offering free cocktails throughout the festival between 6-7pm – woohoo!

The market takes place from 4-9pm every Wednesday until December 16.  Check out the website for more details and download the flyer to take advantage of various discounts and offers.

This week’s films are The Wizard of Oz and Paris Is Burning.

Nearest Tube: Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill Gate or Westbourne Park

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Tonight!

If anyone is in the Wembley area tonight, there are Diwali celebrations going on which are FREE!

Lighting of the lights starts at 6:30pm on Ealing Road, with the parade starting at 7pm from Ealing Road to Barham Park.  The festival will end with a fireworks display and laser show at 8:30pm.

The nearest Tube station is Wembley Central.

Check out http://www.brent.gov.uk/arts.nsf/Festivals/LBB-17 for more information.

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