Saturday, 26 January 2013

Fashions Finest London fashion week 2013 schedule is out now.

Each season fashions finest gather thousands of members of the press, fashion buyers, designers, models, and fashion lovers to there fashion show. Speedily becoming the first and best place to discover fashion and what next as far as fashion is known.

Fashion finest is  not only the renowned fashion show for discovering new talents, it also creates opportunity for those who that find it difficult to afford participating in London fashion week.

This years event is proving to be the bang not to be missed and as always free. However, you need to register for the event on time to guarantee your entry and tickets are given on first come first serve. To make sure you secure your place check the details below for events and how to register.

Saturday 16th February 2013

Press/Photographers/Buyers   -------  All Shows.

3pm show                                           Register

5.30pm show                                      Register

Solo Show                                         Request ticket

Sunday 17th February 2013

3.00pm                                           Register

5.30pm                                           Register

8.30pm                                           Request ticket

For list of exhibitors or if any of the links doesn't work, simply go here

Thursday, 24 January 2013

Please support and sign AMREF'S stand up for African mothers petition: C.Hub supports!

Last night was another amazing one meeting great inspiring people at the African People's Advocacy /Women4Africa's annual lecture. There we met alot of great minds doing great things to lift African by their actions and voice as well. Striking was the story/speech from AMREF(Africa Medical and Research Foundation).

Amref's aim is to train 15,000 midwives by 2015 through her stand up for the African mothers campaign. Every year African mothers die needlessly from pregnancy and childbirth. If you are lucky to have a mother or lucky to have your children without these fatal complications, then you may not understand it. But some people are not as lucky and this issue has been a major let down for African families.

Amref have set up a campaign to support the midwives already on ground by encouraging them. Esther Madudu is a Ugandan Midwife who has done so much for the mothers barely with nothing delivering over 50 babies each month. This time Amref have chosen to nominate Esther for the 2015 Nobel peace prize and need your support

We at C.hub have chosen to support this campaign and urge you to do same too to send out this message from AMREF and to sign the petition. 

"It is fantastic news that you share this vision too and I hope that you will spread the word to your friends, family and colleagues. Every single signature is important. Esther Madudu is an inspiring African woman and her nomination, if we manage to secure it, will stand to represent all African midwives who tirelessly work night and day in the toughest conditions keeping mothers alive, delivering babies safely, and keeping families together. Maternal mortality across Africa is the greatest health inequality in the world: it is an outrage that 1 in 39 pregnant women across sub Saharan-Africa die in pregnancy and childbirth. In the UK it is 1 in 4,600".-Samara Hammond (CEO of AMREF)

You can truly make a difference. Support this campaign for Esther Madudu's candidacy for the Nobel Peace Prize 2015 C.Hub supports!!!

Thursday, 17 January 2013

Brides of culture 8th instalment coming 23rd of March.

PreviewIn its 8th instalment of unique free multicultural Bridal exhibition and this time, at a prime location in the middle of one of world’s busiest commercial district with perfect transportation links to the rest of the city. This season’s event is not the one to be missed. It has promised to be the best and largest ever. Over 1,200 brides and grooms are expected to attend.50 exhibitors are also expected with the exclusive ask the expert by the award winning Cedar events and the TV regular, Elizabeth’s cake Emporium.
Brides of Culture was founded in 2009 by Abi Laditan and Kemi Osinloye, to provide useful tips, information and advice, as well as details of local and regional vendors to meet the wedding needs of a diverse mix of brides and grooms; from across Africa, the Caribbean and Asia. Their passion and energy has led to the BOC exhibition becoming one of the most highly anticipated cross-cultural wedding exhibitions in London and the UK. The last exhibition held in September 2012 drew in nearly 800 attendees and 35 major wedding suppliers.
According to the last census (2001), with a total of 1,148,738, the largest ethnic minorities in Britain are those categorised as Black or Black British, with the next largest being Indians (1,053,411). Overall, ethnic minority groups represent just fewer than 6 per cent of the population of Great Britain, with over 235,000 weddings occurring each year. Read more

Thursday, 10 January 2013

Where to get your C.Hub in London.

The points where you can get C.Hub copies in London. We will continue to update the list as we get them.

West London

Super Sav News
70 Uxbridge Road
Shepherd Bush

City News
214 Uxbridge Road
Shepherd Bush

Greenwood News
3 Woodlane
W12 7EP

John Snow
378 Uxbridge Road
Shepherd Bush

Yogi Smurti News Agent
156 Uxbridge Road

B& K News
204 Hammersmith Road
W6 7DJ

Saif News Agent
36 Beadon Road

Smoke Mart
123B Kings Street

Holland Park Station
News Agent.

Holland Park News
134 Holland Park

In the City

Bishop Gate
Liverpool Street

South East London:

Davish news Agent
30 New Kent Road
Elephant and Castle

Suraj Mini Market
99 Newington Butt
London, SE1 6SF

Brixton Train Station
News Agent

RK News
264 New Cross Road
SE14 5PL.

JJ News
138 NewCross Road
SE14 5BA

Durga News
139 NewCross Road
SE14 5DJ

Classic News
107 Borough High Street

K&M Chotai
Jash News
61 Woolwich New Road
SE18 6ED.

Townsend News
Opposite Snappy Snap

We keep updating the list as the come. Please email us if you can't find C.Hub in your area. You can also order from online below. Also if you have bought a copy for yourself could you share your opinion of the magazine here. Thank you.