Magnum ice cream has opened a Pleasure Store in Chelsea for the summer. This year located in Duke of York Square until Sunday, September 16 , Maganum Pleasure Store has brought back its make My Magnum dipping bar. At the dipping bar you can customise your own eye-caching ice cream, made in store by what maganm calls its Pleasure Makers. The bar features an array of dipping chocolates and sumptuous toppings. Read More Events coming up in and near west London Also this year, you will be able to decorate your Magnum with the finishing touch of a special initial chocolate coin. There's a range of new Magnum ice cream ‘looks’ top choose from, specially crafted and inspired by the world of fashion and art. Make My Magnum ice creams start in-store at £5.50. A new feature launched at this year’s Pleasure Store the Magnum Chef’s Table, which gives you the VIP experience of getting hands on and crafting and dipping your own indulgent creation and allows you to … [Read more...] about This store lets you build your own customised Magnum ice cream
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The Indian climate is predominantly hot and when it’s not being that, it’s usually raining in most parts of the country. Dust and pollution are major issues plaguing cities like Delhi and all this means that convertibles don’t exactly seem the most sensible form of transport. Don’t get me wrong, for I am a big fan of the idea of open-top motoring. Just not in India, though. However, time spent behind the wheel of an Audi A5 Cabriolet has forced me to reconsider my stance on convertibles in India. Allow me to explain. What does it look like? For starters, it looks gorgeous. Of all forms of the A5 in India – A5 Sportback, S5 Sportback, and A5 Cabriolet – its the drop-top version that that takes the title of being the prettiest. More so finished in Gotland Green with a Red fabric top combo we have here. The car rarely fails to grab eyeballs despite Audi’s typically understated design language. The low slung nose and sleek headlamps accentuating … [Read more...] about Audi A5 Cabriolet review, test drive
London is home to some of the most famous landmarks and tourist attractions in the world. But what happens if you're local to the area, and you fancy visiting somewhere with a little less 'hustle and bustle'? If you feel like you've exhausted options for things to do with the family at the weekend, that's where this guide should come in handy. You can keep the kids entertained this weekend or during the holidays by visiting one of these great hidden gems in west London. They're the perfect place to visit during the summer months if you want to head outside and bask in the sunshine. Know somewhere else that's a great little hidden gem? Share your suggestion in the comments section below. Take a look at some of our top suggestions for places to visit: Little Venice Little Venice is a beautiful stretch of canal off Blomfield Road that looks like a little snippet of Venice! Take the children and walk through the winding canals, and look at the colourful canal boats with an ice-cream. … [Read more...] about Explore these hidden gems in west London over the summer holiday!
Temperatures were set to soar up to 27C in parts of west London on Thursday (April 27), as Londoners bask in what appears to be the early arrival of summer. With the Beast from the East well and truly behind us, people of all ages are now searching for the best place to make the most of the glorious sunshine. A day beside the seaside is a great day out whatever age you are, with many of us having vivid childhood memories of trips to the coast, from deck chairs to a fish and chip lunch. But do you know where west London's nearest beach is? We give you the rundown of the region's closest beaches and how long it will take to get there. Read More Goodbye winter blues! 1. Three Shells Beach, Essex One of the nearest beaches is Three Shells Beach, Essex, which is situated in the middle of Southend-on-Sea by the pier. It is popular family-friendly sandy beach, is in the town and is close to shops, cafés, restaurants and amusements. Beach type: Sand Facilities: Toilets, shower, shops, … [Read more...] about Pack a towel and sun cream
The Jaguar XF has been around for a while but constant revisions have kept pace with its German rivals. But what is it like to live with day to day? Our car: Jaguar XF Portfolio 3.0 V6 Turbocharged Diesel 300ps RWD List price: from £47,600 Price as tested: £64,595 (includes £16,995 of extras) Official fuel economy: 51.4mpg (EU Combined) Read more long-term tests May 24th, 2018 Fuel economy this week: 34.9mpg At 7,670 miles a warning light appeared on the dash, indicating low exhaust cleansing fluid. The alert looks like an ice cream cone but, if ignored, the car will not restart after a certain number of miles – a figure also indicated on the dash. In common with many modern diesels, the XF’s exhaust system is fitted with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) in which a solution of urea converts oxides of nitrogen into harmless water vapour and nitrogen. The filling point for the AdBlue urea solution is located on the left inside … [Read more...] about Jaguar XF 3.0 V6 diesel – long-term test: still a viable alternative to Audi, BMW and Mercedes?