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Come to Baba G’s for a Bhangra burger!

If you’re a lover of street food, you’ll love Baba G’s! A restaurant staple in London for nearly a decade, the entrepreneurs behind this foodie feast have made the most of the pop-up scene in London. Their latest one […]

Loan shark spotted in Gloucester!

Lurking in the streets of Gloucester lies a shark: a loan shark! This is your friendly Town Crying reminder that illegal moneylending is a crime. The Money Advice West team based at GL Communities is on the lookout for […]

Roll up, roll up to Camden Market

Although I’m a Gloucester boy at heart, these days you’ll find me stomping around London at least half my time – I call it my second home! That’s because I’m at Camden Market three days a week, shouting loudly […]

Gloucester Build Your Circle

At the end of May, Gloucester County Council held a Build Your Circle event. The gathering aimed to teach people how to build a circle of support around them, so that they would stay happy, health and independent for […]

The Covent Garden Rent Ceremony 2019

Yes, folks – it’s that time of year again! One of my favourite annual events is the Covent Garden Rent Ceremony, and this year it took place on Thursday 20th June.
 It marked my 10th year as Town Crier at […]

My roundup of the Gloucester Tall Ships Festival

The last bank holiday weekend in May saw Gloucester Tall Ships festival get underway. It’s an event I always look forward to and this year was no different. It was the 10th anniversary of the festival and visitors came […]

Attending the AJ100

Last month I attended the AJ100 at the Tower of London, for those of you who haven’t heard of this event, it’s a gala dinner and awards ceremony in recognition of some of the largest architectural practices in the […]

Will we ever leave the EU?

It’s a question that’s been on my mind a lot lately, will we stay or will we go? Whatever the outcome, I’m backing Britain.

A friend of mine posted a photo to me on the ol’ Facebook to tell me […]

St George’s Day service at Gloucester Cathedral

I’m very passionate about marking occasions, and St George’s Day is no different. This year, as it was such a sunny day, I donned my Freemans Robes for the service at Gloucester Cathedral.

Not one to normally miss out on […]

Oh, when the scouts come marching in

If there’s one thing (and actually, there are many!) I love about being a Town Crier, it’s that you get to meet so many new people. The old, the young, and everyone in-between.

I had a magnificent time when I […]