About Memoirs Of A Metro Girl
Welcome to Memoirs Of A Metro Girl, a culture and history blog about experiencing and living in London for both residents and visitors.
Having being born and brought up in London, I am fiercely patriotic to the city and wouldn’t dream of living anywhere else.
After working for years as a journalist, I started this blog in spring 2012 to write about the things I have a passion for. I see Memoirs Of A Metro Girl as a celebration and exploration of the history and attractions London has to offer – some well-known on the tourist trail, but also some hidden parts off the beaten track.
The blog features guides to the capital’s events, bar and restaurant reviews, new openings, pop-ups, as well as including a historical and architectural backdrop when possible. Yes, I cover a wide range of things in my blog. However, like many Londoners, I’m not to be pigeon-holed and have a wide range of contrasting interests (e.g. I love clubbing and history). So I may not have a USP when it comes to my blog, but I aim to provide content to appeal to different interests.
Every month, I publish my guide to the best events on in the capital – festivals, open houses, pop-ups, exhibitions, etc, to help you make the most of your free time or visit to London. Click here for the latest guide. I have no interest in being seen as an ‘influencer’, but I aim to educate and inspire people who live and work in or are visiting my hometown.
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We do not accept guest posts or ready-made articles written by external/3rd party writers or brands, although could be open to a collaboration – written by us – with a brand that reflects the blog. Thank you.
Press Coverage and Awards
Featured on Feedspot’s list of Best London History Blogs (January 2023)
Featured in MyLondon’s article on No.4 Princelet Street (March 2022).
Designed a Dulwich history walking tour for Routey. (October 2018).
Featured in Travelzoo’s Quirky London list. (March 2018)
Gave expert opinion on The Student Room’s 2018 study of the best universities in the UK for nightlife. (March 2018).
Featured in Londonist’s ‘Things you may not have done around Charing Cross’. (December 2016)
Nominated for a Liebster Award by Lizzy at The Ropes In London.
Won SquareMeal’s Blogger of the Week in May 2014
Top London food blogger on Zomato.com in December 2018
I’m a Londoner too – born and bred. Good to meet you.
Hiya, I really liked your blog so I’ve nominated you for a Liebster Award. Hope you don’t mind! The post is here:
Glad you enjoy my posts. Thank you so much. Really appreciate it 🙂
We do love your blog!! 🙂 Thanks for sharing all this good information Cheers!
Thanks for your comments 🙂
Thank you for visiting – pleased you liked the post on Ickworth House. I am temporarily out of London and missing it! Travelling in Brittany next – do you know it? Lots of posts to come!
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So glad that I have Just stumbled upon your blog, although I have lived in London all my life(71 years actually) and love this city so it’s great to learn about more . I look forward to reading about new places for me to visit.
So Thank you so very much.
Thanks Alan, no matter how long you live here I always think there’s going to be new discoveries. I think that’s the beauty of London 🙂
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