Dolphin Square SW1

5 reasons to rent in Pimlico

We looked at 5 of the best reasons to rent in Pimlico 1 – Location, Location, location Pimlico is bounded in the south by the Thames, with Belgravia to the north, Chelsea to the west and Westminster to the east. Similar to Kensington and Chelsea in appearance, Pimlico is a more affordable version with all […]

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The Four Day Easter Itinerary

It’s the first bank holiday of the year on the horizon, they’re treating us to a whole 4 days, and we’re treating you to the perfect itinerary to fully exploit London’s finest and funfest Easter events.    Friday Ahead of the family activity ahead it’s time for some relaxation time for the adults, The Dolphin […]

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The History of Pimlico: Cabmen’s Shelters

The History of Pimlico: Cabmen’s Shelters Looking like large green sheds, Cabmen’s Shelters have been offering a place to relax and ‘good and wholesome refreshments at moderate prices’ for London cabbies since 1875. Constructed by the Cabmen’s Shelter Fund, a charity set up by the Earl of Shaftesbury between 1875 and 1914, a total of […]

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We explore Jo Malone’s Jo Loves store on Elizabeth Street

Jo Malone’s Jo Loves Store on Elizabeth Street She once had a Saturday job as a florist on Belgravia’s Elizabeth Street, and now, 30 years later, perfumer Jo Malone has opened her first Jo Loves store at number 42.  We love the ‘Fragrance Tapas’ brasserie bar concept – the idea is to pick and try […]

Jo Malone store- Elizabeth Street

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An Introduction to Acupuncture – Calmer Clinics lunchtime seminar 28 March 2014

The popular Calmer Clinics lunchtime seminars return on 28 March at 1pm, with acupuncturist Meike Rainbird-Chill The popularity of acupuncture as a complementary therapy is growing, with more people discovering its benefits every year. However, as a part of the traditional medicine of China and South East Asia, acupuncture is often perceived as quite mysterious. […]

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Horticultural Happenings at The Square

Dolphin Square’s Head gardener Mikey Deville shares his top tips- Living in central London often means you have to give up the chance to enjoy your own outside space.  There are three and a half acres of prime garden space within the walls of Dolphin Square for residents to enjoy and apart from Buckingham Palace; […]

Dolphin Square Gardender

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