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Huge painting of South London’s Bronze medallist

Huge painting of South London’s Bronze medallist

art, Arts, Entertainment, Uncategorized
The large mural has attracted much attention by those Croydon’s' residents or those travelling in and out of Croydon. But what is it all about? The mural of Joshua Buatsi on Holmesdale road is a beacon of hope to those living in the area. Buatsi was born in Ghana before his family moved to the UK and resided in Croydon. He learnt how to fight in the South Norwood and Victory gym. The painting has relevance to the announcement of The Nike Training Camp Croydon which launches in January 2019. https://twitter.com/boxingbuatsi/status/1067480301050519552 The painting states ‘The gym doesn't tell you to get work in before school, you do’ this optimises motivation and strife which in a town affected by the knife crime epidemic. The painting can be viewed from the estates op
Still haven’t done your Christmas shopping? Here are 5 websites to help you out

Still haven’t done your Christmas shopping? Here are 5 websites to help you out

Fashion, Featured
When it comes to shopping in London our feelings are mixed. The variety and amount of shops to go to? We love that. Shopping surrounded by thousands of people and queueing for hours? No, thank you. Even if you are the type of person who prefers in-store shopping, you have to admit that Christmas is an exception. Going to Westfield or Oxford Street around this time of the year is a challenge. It feels like millions of Londoners have decided to do their shopping at the exact same time as you. Queues for the changing room, queues for the cash desk, it seems that people are everywhere. The ultimate goal is to get from one shop to another without being punched by someone in a hurry. But are holidays not supposed to bring peace and happiness? So how about we help you to avoid unnecessary
What happen to Converse’s Chuck Taylor II?

What happen to Converse’s Chuck Taylor II?

Fashion
The Chuck Taylor II was supposed to be a revolutionary moment in Converse's history. However, two years after its launch, the production is discontinued. So, we cannot help but ask - what did go wrong? After Nike bought Converse in 2003, the sales went up as never before. The Chuck Taylor were trainers that everyone from fashionistas to small kids wanted or already had. But although that was one of the most-loved footwear, there were complains about the fact that those shoes are neither comfortable nor last long. So a few years ago the brand decided to come up with the Chuck Taylor II - a new, better version of the original All-Stars. Brand new product? Great. But as good as that sounds, we can say that the public never asked for a new design. They only asked for more comfort and r

Who says Black Friday is only for Christmas present seekers? Gym goers too!

Featured, Lifestyle
If you are a gym-goer, look no further for the best Black Friday deals on everything you ever needed. Sportswear and accessories can be pricy. One pair of Lululemon leggings costs over £100. Even just a plain Nike vest’s price can reach over £40. The money spent on buying work-out essentials for the daily gym-goers takes away a huge chunk from our pocket. Finally, a solution is here! Wether you are a sports bra collector or trying to bulk up before the holidays come, just hold tight to your mouse and grab everything you want. Nike From footwear to clothing, Nike offers 30 percent off all items in all departments at its online store. It started at 5pm on Wednesday November 22 and it will continue to run until 23:59 on Black Friday November 24. Just simply type out BF30 at check
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