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This year London’s shortest cabbie Claire Zazzara plans to lose four stones, get fit and climb Mount Kilimanjaro, while raising money for the London Taxi Driver’s Charity for Children Claire Zazzara, 46, has been a London Cabbie for eight years. At only 4ft and 10 inches she is proud to be London’s shortest cabbie. Over…

The third Monday in January is known as Blue Monday due to a combination of post-Christmas blues, cold dark nights and the arrival of credit card bills For many in Kent, 20th January, the third Monday in January, will be just another day living with the continual worry about the financial pressures they are under.…

Social Enterprise Day is an opportunity for organisations supporting the social enterprise movement to raise the profile of their own work, whether as market-builders, investors or champions of the sector Since 2012 Kent Community Foundation has loaned £1.675m to 40 social enterprises in Kent and Medway through its Kent Social Enterprise Loan Fund. The Kent…

Mother and daughter artists Lélia and Lyora Pissarro painted their lion sculptures in London in July for the ‘Lions of Windsor 2019’ public art trail, which saw a giant pride of supersized lion displayed across Windsor and the surrounding region from August to October to celebrate Queen Victoria’s 200th anniversary. The Pissarro lions were displayed…