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James Renoux-Wood, 8 September 2016
Music venues are in decline. Bands, DJs, clubbers and event promoters have long been lamenting closures, but on Wednesday the volume of grievances was cranked up as a chorus of dismay greeted news that Islington Council had decided to revoke the license of London's best-known nightclub, Fabric.
I decided to sit it out in the bus for the first stage and then ride three in a row, including the landmark stage at the Luberon hill village of Bonnieux for another 100 mile-plus day.
We set off from Beaune at dawn, hoping for 15 degrees today. At this point we headed due south, leaving our south easterly diagonal detour.
From Blois, we head out on the longest day of the event and a journey which takes us from the forests of the Loire, through the heart of Burgundy's vine-clad hills – and not a drop to drink or even think about ....
The ferry had been typically uneventful, but at least it allowed us three or four hours kip and then the unpleasant alarm call.
Alarm went off at 5.30 this morning and I realised: that's a lie in. It will be sounding at 4.30 every day for six days now, and an hour ahead on continental time ...
In recent times, some councils have decided to set up their own housing company to speed up housebuilding and to generate revenue for public spending.
Jade Comben, 3 September 2015
So September is here and after a fairly busy August the 3Fox team are excited to be getting into a whole array of events this month.
Jade Comben & Natasha Pullan, 28 July 2015
From the Shard to The Dorchester, from London to Wakefield, we have explored numerous venues for event purposes and scoured the country for the perfect location.
Natasha Pullan, 22 July 2015
The events team have run a staggering seven events in six weeks during a busy summer period.
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