Soak up the sounds of folk and jazz in Canada Square Park, snack on a peanut butter sarnie or take a tipple at Aperol Spritz’s pop up bar
City of London has approved the skyscraper, which will be built between Bishopsgate and Leadenhall Street, and will feature shops and a viewing deck at the top
Other East End businesses up for recognition are CCT Venues, the Excel centre and The O2, in the battle to find the capital’s top event space
We have tips from those who have taken part in swimming, cycling and running challenges at the largest event of its kind in the world, which starts at the East End’s Excel centre
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He first came to live and worked in east London in 1999 and was appointed editor of The Wharf in 2007.
He previously worked on newspapers in Kent, Liverpool, Birmingham and Portsmouth as well as national titles in London.