Category Archives: Lifestyle/Celebrity

Brighton provides the best odds for finding love

Brighton has been revealed as the place in England with the best odds of finding a soul mate this Valentine’s Day, according to research by property website Zoopla.co.uk.

Zoopla.co.uk examined data from across the country to find the areas with the highest proportion of single adults and the largest number of property enquiries for studios and one-bedroom flats, typically sought after by singletons. Continue reading

Revealed: The least romantic place in Britain

It may have one of the highest birthrates in the country but Slough has been voted the least romantic location in Britain according to this story that first appeared in Metro.

The Thames Valley town, famous for its vast industrial estates and the ‘Slough (sewage) stench’, has replaced Scunthorpe at the top of the ‘undesirables’ list. Continue reading

Selling a cherished home? TV company is looking for you

A reputable TV production company is looking to talk to vendors with strong emotional ties to their property for a non-broadcast research project.

Wall to Wall, the production company behind hit series such as Who Do You Think You Are, Child Genius and Long Lost Family, is looking for London or home-counties based homeowners who are about to put their much-loved house or flat on the market – in the hope that it will go to a couple or family who will treat it with the love and respect it deserves.  Continue reading

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all our readers

Thanks to you, Propertytalk Live! has enjoyed another hugely successful year and seen exceptional growth in the number of people visiting the site.

And that’s not all – the number following us on Twitter alone has soared past 21,000 which we think is phenomenal. Continue reading

New website promises ‘damn good’ eating out!

The website is the brainchild of Ariana Louis who said:

"www.damngoodeateries.com started out for me as a bit of personal blog on eating out (a hobby dear to my Greek heart and stomach)!

"However I soon realised that it would be fun to share this hobby with others and the idea of a website with my own thoughts on the great places I’ve eaten was born.

"The website has already attracted interest through its Facebook and Twitter (@damngoodeat) following and over the coming months will grow as more reviews are added"

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