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Night Tube Launches this Friday 19th August

Night Tube Launches this Friday 19th August
The Night Tube launches this Friday, 19 August on the Victoria and Central lines, and will be running all night on Fridays and Saturdays. Trains will run as follows: •Victoria line – entire line •Central line – Ealing Broadway to/from Loughton/Hainault via Newbury Park There will be a train about every 10 minutes. Standard off-peak fares will be charged and Day Travelcards cover journeys made until 04.29 the next day. There is an extensive network of night buses and some routes have been extende...
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St Marylebone Church awarded £2.9m Heritage Lottery Funding

St Marylebone Church awarded £2.9m Heritage Lottery Funding
It was announced on Friday 12th August that St Marylebone Parish Church, home to the internationally respected Healing and Counselling Centre and innovative NHS Marylebone Health Centre, and one of the capital's landmark buildings, has been awarded £2.9m from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) as part of an £8m proposal to extend and reorder its Crypt to become a community hub which will tell the story St Marylebone "the great city north of Oxford Street" and carry out major structural repairs and ...
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Friday & Saturday Night Tube starts on the Central & Victoria Lines

Friday & Saturday Night Tube starts on the Central & Victoria Lines
The first Night Tube services will launch on the Central and Victoria lines on Friday 19 August, with services on the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines following later this year. The Night Tube will offer a 24-hour service on Fridays and Saturdays nights only. Locally this could impact areas around Oxford Circus, Bond Street, Marble Arch stations and in due course Baker Street (Jubilee Line). We are keen to hear from you if you experience an increase in anti-social behaviour or an increase ...
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Windsor Castle Pub in Marylebone to close

Windsor Castle Pub in Marylebone to close
We have been reliably informed that the Windsor Castle Pub in Crawford Place, Marylebone is to close on the 16th of this month. This is the second pub to close in the area in the past 2 months. The Duke of Wellington closed its doors last month. We are not aware at this time of the reasons for the closure, but many Marylebone residents in the North West of Marylebone, will miss the "quirky" Windsor Castle.UPDATE: We have now heard that the reason for the closure is that the lease had run do...
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Windsor Castle Pub in Marylebone to close
21 August 2016
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