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Haikuisine: the Fish Plaice Pop-Up Seafood Kitchen

The Fish Plaice Pop-Up Seafood Kitchen is a venture created by the eponymous fishmonger as a temporary restaurant located in an alley at its premises.

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DIY Cocktails: Picnic in the Park

The beautiful weather is still lasting and the outdoor terraces of Rogano and the surrounding bars and restaurants are full with people basking in the glow of the sun.

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Wool you be there? Scottish company hosts knitting workshops at Games

Want to get involved in the Commonwealth Games, but sport's not really your thing? Then why not flex your skills with 'urban knitting', as part of Festival 2014, the cultural companion to the Games.

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