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New Shop Awning for Tiger Cookie Shop in Mayfair, London

Radiant Blinds fitted a traditional Victorian shop awning at this new Tiger Cookie opening in Shepherd Street, Mayfair. They manufactured the shop awning on their premises by a team who have been making these for many years and take great pride in producing a quality product. Radiant Blinds use mostly traditional methods with some modern […]

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Installing The Motorised Integral Blinds for Bifold Doors

Having fully motorised blinds for bifold doors in a moving or window or door frame is something a lot of clients have avoided in the past. The nice thought of having Radiant Blinds units in a blinds for bifold doors without a magnet or battery pack permanently sitting on the glass surface is often negated by the […]

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Radiant Blinds Supplies and Installs Conservatory Blinds

Radiant Blinds has been supplying and installing a wide range of conservatory blinds for conservatory roofs and sides for many years. Conservatories in the United Kingdom have been one of those desired structures when undertaking any building work or renovations. Generally, they are an easy way to add some extra space. This could be a […]

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Team Discovery Publishes Article About Protecting Businesses from Ransomware

Ransomware is as pervasive as it is dangerous. Interested parties can learn how to protect their business from it. Team Discovery Ltd., a web design and web marketing agency based in Surrey providing website building, SEO, social media marketing and full management of online businesses, have published an article on their blog page explaining about […]

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This Week Is National Gardening Week

Let us all hope that the weather will be fine for this week’s National Gardening Week – from Monday 13th April to Sunday 19th April. On Friday 17th of April it’s National Open Gardens Day, with the noble goal of raising awareness of the diversity, richness and cultural value of the United Kingdom’s gardens. Locally, the following will offer free entry on […]

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The English Sunday Roast: A Short History

A Sunday roast is what you’ll be thinking about when it comes to British dining and one of the first things which springs to mind. Also often referred to as Sunday dinner, Sunday lunch, Sunday tea, Roast dinner, etc., the origins of the Sunday beef roast are not exactly clear. Some maintain that the concept was started during […]

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Funny Mr. Bean Segment

Mr. Bean is a British television programme series of fourteen 25-minute episodes written by and starring Rowan Atkinson as the title character. Thirteen of the episodes were broadcast on ITV, from the pilot on 1 January 1990, until  31 October 1995. The first segment of the first episode is a true comedy classic wherein Bean attends a […]

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The Oldest Fridge In The UK?

“Bloody marvellous”. Is this really Britain’s oldest working fridge? The record, established in summer 2010 as being 56-years-old, has been broken by a GE fridge purchased in Malaya (now present-day Malaysia) in 1952 and is still going strong 62 years on. The General Electric (GE) fridge was purchased by the Stogdale family to keep baby milk fresh […]

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The 1970s: The UK’s Worst Post-World War II Decade?

Much talked about as Great Britain’s worst post-war decade, the 1970s were both a low point for the country both politically and economically. But is it really justified to malign that decade? A time of bad color wallpaper, silly hairstyles, ugly cars and burly men warming their hands around braziers because of workers’ strikes. Who would ever […]

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Famous People From Ottershaw

These are the notable residents of Ottershaw: 1. Oliver James (born Oliver James Hudson; 1 June 1980) is an English musician, singer, songwriter and actor. He is best known for his portrayal of Liam Atkinson in the popular British soap opera Emmerdale. 2. John Lewis Romer (b. 30 September 1941, Surrey, UK) is a British Egyptologist, historian and […]