BBC weather star Carol Kirkwood revealed she was inundated by tweets and emails from around the world after she suffered the epic blunder live on air where she accidentally said a very rude X-rated word, with the clip reaching fans in Canada, Dubai, and New Zealand Carol Kirkwood was left red-faced after she accidentally let a very rude word slip out of her mouth during a nightmare weather report on BBC Breakfast.
We may not be getting the rumoured 'second heatwave' at all - but stay hopeful! It's been less than 48 hours since the July heatwave abandoned us and didn't look back. Londoners were sweating one in their beds on Friday (July 23) before opening the curtains to gloomy skies on Saturday morning.
Inside the most expensive house for sale in Greenwich on Zoopla This six bed town house with incredible views is one of the most expensive homes for sale in Greenwich. The property in Crooms Hill looks out over Greenwich Park and is on the market for a whopping £3,250,000.
The line only ran for 46 years London's railway lines are full of fascinating secrets, and this one may surprise you as it's very hard to find. Hidden in the murky depths of south east London are a series of old railway stations that once ran from Nunhead to Greenwich Park.
Should we prepare for a hot August? The past week has been an absolute scorcher and the nation has desperately been trying to keep cool and carry on. Although temperatures of around 30C were recorded, the heatwave is set to fizzle out (all too soon for some) and a different type of weather system is making a beeline for the UK .
CAROL KIRKWOOD has spoken out about a blunder which occurred during a weather report on BBC Breakfast, one which will stay with her through the rest of her career. Carol Kirkwood makes blunder during Breakfast weather forecast Carol, 59, has been a weather presenter on BBC Breakfast for the best part of two decades and has become a regular face starring alongside the hosts of the show.
Greenwich Council’s new cabinet member for transport says that she disagrees with Boris Johnson’s support for “cracking on” with low-traffic neighbourhoods. Sarah Merrill spoke out after the borough’s opposition Conservative councillors announced they were holding a public meeting about the road schemes, which seek to cut rat-running in residential roads and to make it easier for people to walk and cycle.
By Euan O'Byrne Mulligan Reporter - Bromley Free first or second doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine are available to sunseekers in Greenwich Park this Sunday. A pop-up jab centre will be located near the Pavilion Café, at the top of the hill, from noon to 7pm on July 18.
People out making the most of this weekend’s sunny weather by going shopping, watching live sports or visiting the park will also be able to get coronavirus jabs on the go at one of a series of pop-up clinics. Various clothing stores, sporting venues and parks will be hosting vaccination centres as part of a major drive to get as many people inoculated before restrictions in England are lifted on Monday.
Temperatures could pass 30C and the warm weather is expected to last until 'Freedom Day' on Monday England could see the hottest day of the year this weekend as the skies finally clear after weeks of wet and humid weather. Many parts of the UK could be in for a mini-heat wave - defined as a period of three days or more above a certain threshold.
People enjoying the sunny weather this weekend by going shopping, watching live sports or visiting the park will also be able to get their coronavirus jabs at a series of pop-up clinics. Clothes stores, sporting venues and parks will be hosting vaccination centres over the weekend as part of a drive maximise protection against the virus before restrictions in England are lifted on Monday.
Officials are seeking to maximise protection before restrictions are lifted on Monday Londoners will be able to get their Covid vaccine at a number of well-known London locations this weekend, as the country races to get on top of the Delta variant. Officials are seeking to maximise protection before restrictions are lifted on Monday with a series of pop-up clinics for those who have not taken up the offer of a vaccine.
Officials are seeking to maximise protection before restrictions are lifted on Monday Shoppers will be able to pick up a jab alongside a new wardrobe this weekend when Primark stores become pop-up coronavirus vaccination clinics. NHS England has announced that shoppers in Broadmead Shopping Centre in Bristol and at the Trinity retail centre in Leeds will be able to pop into the clothing stores for their first dose.
In the latest iteration of the government’s “grab a jab” mass vaccination drive in the capital, several parks around the city will play host to pop-up clinics this weekend. It’s the final push for the NHS vaccination programme to maximise the jab rollout before the majority of coronavirus restrictions are lifted on Monday.
People will be able to enjoy a DJ spinning tunes while waiting for their vaccine at the Tate Modern art gallery on London’s Bankside on Friday evening. Shoppers will be also able to pick up a jab alongside a new wardrobe this weekend when Primark stores become pop-up coronavirus vaccination clinics.
Picnic and Pfizer – both in Greenwich Park this Sunday! Getting the COVID-19 vaccine means you can get back to doing all the things you’ve missed, as soon as possible. While you enjoy the sunshine (we hope! ), the gardens, music in the bandstand, the meridian line and more in the beautiful location of Greenwich Park, why not pop in to see the friendly vaccination team this Sunday (18 July) who will be located near the Pavilion Café at the top of the hill, from noon to 7pm.
// Primark stores to become pop-up Covid-19 vaccination clinics this weekend at Bristol and Leeds // People aged 18 and over can simply turn up at the NHS pop-up vaccinations sites with no need for an appointment Shoppers will be able to pick up a jab alongside a new wardrobe this weekend when Primark stores become pop-up Covid-19 vaccination clinics.
Mighty metropolises, then and now London, England, UK London, England, UK In the 21st century, Canary Wharf looks completely different. Long gone are the factory chimneys, replaced by ultra-modern skyscrapers, tower blocks and cranes building yet more high-rises. While the Old Royal Naval College and Queen's House remain as they were, the old docks have been reimagined as one of London's financial centers and a significant business district.