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Tim became chairman of the Marylebone Association in June 2016 after being elected by the members at the AGM

Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood - Support The Bid

Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood - Support The Bid

Air pollution is a huge concern in Marylebone. Westminster Council is competing against eight other London boroughs to secure one of two £1m grants to create a Low Emission Neighbourhood (LEN) in Marylebone. The competitive bids will be judged in late June/early July. Evidence of community support will increase our chances of success. 

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Families Report June 2016

Families Report June 2016

Cricket at Lord’s and rocket experiments at the Science Museum have all been features of life at Marylebone Boys’ School. Now in its second school year, it currently has 240 boys and will add a further 120 this September. The original aim back in 2012, when I co-founded it, was to offer local families with boys an option of an academically rigorous education, with high expectations. Richard Ardron, the Headteacher, has done an outstanding job translating this vision into reality.

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Topkapi becoming Slowear - The slow death of neighbourhood favourites?

Topkapi becoming Slowear - The slow death of neighbourhood favourites?

Topkapi one of Marylebone’s oldest Turkish restaurant has sold its lease at a premium to an international retailer Slowear at 25 Marylebone High Street

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EIFA, the Marylebone French-English bilingual school to open on new site in Duchess Street

EIFA, the Marylebone French-English bilingual school to open on new site in Duchess Street

In spring 2016, EIFA will be inaugurating a new site to meet the growing demand for its bilingual educational concept, where children are immersed in two languages of instructions – French and English – on a day to day basis.

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