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A NEW MUSEUM FOR LONDON<br />

The Museum of London is on the move. We are setting out our vision<br />

to create a new museum for London in West Smithfield, Farringdon.<br />

We want you to come with us on this journey and will be hosting a series<br />

of public exhibitions to give you a chance to drop in, view the plans and<br />

provide us with your thoughts.<br />

The plans will also be on display at the current Museum of London site<br />

on London Wall from Friday 5 July. For further details, visit:<br />

www.museum.london<br />

WHERE<br />

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WHEN<br />

Friday 5 July – 5am-10am<br />

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A NEW MUSEUM FOR LONDON<br />

The Museum of London is on the move. We are setting out our vision to create a new museum for<br />

London in West Smithfield, Farringdon. We want you to come with us on this journey and will be<br />

hosting a series of public exhibitions to give you a chance to drop in, view the plans and provide us<br />

with your thoughts.<br />

The plans will also be on display at the current Museum of London site on London Wall from<br />

Friday 5 July. For further details, visit: www.museum.london<br />

WHERE<br />

Catering Meats<br />

307 Charterhouse Street<br />

West Smithfield, EC1A 9LY<br />

WHEN<br />

Friday 5 July – 5am-10am<br />

Saturday 6 July – 10am-4pm<br />

Sunday 7 July – 10am-4pm<br />

Monday 8 July – 4pm-8pm


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Your weekly puzzle challenge<br />

CROSS CODE<br />

22 11 6 20 19 7 17 22 10<br />

26 8 25 6 2 11 26 17 24 9<br />

25 20 2 3 16 6 4 7 20<br />

14 7 16 26 8 24 5 24 17 22<br />

24 7 22 7 16 16 22 4 26<br />

2 20 18 8 26 22 22 20 16 19 7 17<br />

15 7 25 21 7 7<br />

20 18 2 25 17 7 22 26 24 17 19 7<br />

2 4 7 9 10 26 13 23 26<br />

7 24 22 26 10 17 24 22 12 22<br />

5 20 2 20 26 20 24 16 20<br />

1 24 20 16 17 10 16 7 2 4<br />

13 26 8 7 17 7 23 13 12<br />

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13<br />

14 15<br />

Each number in our Cross Code grid represents a different letter<br />

of the alphabet. You have three letters in the control grid to start<br />

you off. Enter them in the appropriate squares in the main grid,<br />

then use your knowledge of words to work out which letters<br />

should go in the missing squares.<br />

As you get the letters, fill in other squares with the same number<br />

in the main grid and control grid. Check off the alphabetical list of<br />

letters as you identify them.<br />

MAGIC SQUARE<br />

SAVAGED ICE DESIGN<br />

Using all 16 letters of the phrase above, form<br />

four words each of four letters which will fit in the<br />

grid to form a magic square in which the words<br />

can be read both horizontally and vertically.<br />

SUDOKU<br />

Easy<br />

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23<br />

L<br />

24 25<br />

A<br />

8 5 1<br />

6 2 9<br />

9 1 4<br />

2 1 8<br />

6 8<br />

6 3 9 5<br />

7 6 8 3 5<br />

2 1 9 4<br />

3 4 5 6 2<br />

NONAGRAM<br />

H O P<br />

T Y E<br />

L E N<br />

How many words of four<br />

letters or more can you<br />

make from this<br />

Nonagram? Each word<br />

must use the central letter,<br />

and each letter may be<br />

used only once. At least<br />

one word using all nine<br />

letters can be found.<br />

Guidelines:<br />

16 Good; 19 Very Good;<br />

22 Excellent.<br />

Any word found in the Concise<br />

Oxford Dictionary (Tenth Edition) is<br />

eligible with the following<br />

exceptions: proper nouns; plural<br />

nouns, pronouns and possessives;<br />

third person singular verbs;<br />

hyphenated words; contractions<br />

and abbreviations; vulgar slang<br />

words; variant spellings of the<br />

same word (where another variant<br />

is also eligible).<br />

Each row and each column must contain the numbers 1 to 9, and so must each 3 x 3 box.<br />

26<br />

T<br />

Quiz Challenge<br />

1. What is the first name of David<br />

and Victoria Beckham’s<br />

youngest son?<br />

2. What is the penultimate letter<br />

of the Greek alphabet?<br />

3. In which 1997 film does Matt<br />

Damon play a 20-year-old<br />

unrecognised maths genius?<br />

4. Harold Macmillan made his<br />

famous 1960 ‘Wind of Change’<br />

speech in which country?<br />

5. Comedian Bob Mortimer is a<br />

lifelong fan of which football<br />

club based in the town in<br />

which he was born?<br />

4 3 7 8 6<br />

8<br />

5<br />

3 1 9<br />

2 5 6 8<br />

5 9 3<br />

5 2 1<br />

6 1 7<br />

8 4<br />

6. The RMS Queen Mary ocean liner,<br />

launched in 1934, is permanently<br />

moored in which city in California?<br />

7. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands<br />

are a territory of which country?<br />

8. Which L word is used to describe<br />

how quickly or easily a business<br />

can convert assets into cash?<br />

9. Obsession and Eternity are<br />

among the fragrances of which<br />

US fashion house?<br />

10. Jim Clark, Lewis Hamilton and<br />

which other driver has won F1’s<br />

British Grand Prix a record five<br />

times?<br />

WORD PYRAMID<br />

Spell out a 15-letter word or<br />

phrase by moving from one<br />

chamber to another within<br />

the pyramid. You may<br />

only enter each of the<br />

chambers once and<br />

may only proceed<br />

through openings<br />

in the walls. The<br />

first letter may<br />

appear in any<br />

chamber.<br />

FIVE ALIVE<br />

ZC AE BP UR TA<br />

LO AE HV<br />

NA OR RB LA EY<br />

Hard<br />

L<br />

SE EK MR<br />

DS TE LY FL ET<br />

O<br />

G<br />

A D N<br />

K H E H<br />

E S D N A<br />

Here are two<br />

miniature fivesquare<br />

crosswords<br />

using the same<br />

grid – but the<br />

letters have<br />

been mixed up.<br />

You have to<br />

work out which<br />

letters belong<br />

to which<br />

crossword.<br />

EQUALISER<br />

10 10<br />

4 6 2<br />

6 6<br />

12 6 4<br />

2 2<br />

Place the four signs (add,<br />

subtract, multiply, divide)<br />

one in each circle so that<br />

the total of each across<br />

and down line is the same.<br />

Perform the first calculation in each<br />

line first and ignore the mathematical<br />

law which says you should always<br />

perform division and multiplication<br />

before addition and subtraction.<br />

This puzzle page is supplied by<br />

Sirius Media Services.<br />

To try our new puzzle,<br />

Zygolex, go to<br />

www.zygolex.com<br />

© Sirius Media Services Ltd<br />

CRYPTIC CROSSWORD<br />

1<br />

8<br />

10<br />

12<br />

16<br />

17<br />

20<br />

22<br />

2<br />

13<br />

15<br />

11<br />

ACROSS<br />

1. Drove at breakneck speed<br />

when parched (8)<br />

6. Care about people (4)<br />

8. Slight disparagement (4)<br />

9. Country’s leader loses his<br />

head to a hotel guest (8)<br />

10. Did no aerobic exercises<br />

when inhaling unknown<br />

gas (6,7)<br />

11. Attempt is crazy on<br />

reflection (4)<br />

13. Broadcast thus when<br />

disheartened (4)<br />

17. New profile has an<br />

allowance for rapid<br />

increase (13)<br />

20. Bars in which there can be<br />

no meeting (8)<br />

21. A transatlantic drifter (4)<br />

22. He really lost his friend at<br />

this place (4)<br />

23. Giving a scornful laugh<br />

while dismounting? (8)<br />

1<br />

8<br />

12<br />

18<br />

26<br />

29<br />

21<br />

2<br />

16<br />

19<br />

3<br />

18<br />

13<br />

3<br />

11<br />

20<br />

28<br />

4<br />

9<br />

12<br />

23<br />

QUICK CROSSWORD<br />

9<br />

8<br />

21 25<br />

5<br />

13<br />

16<br />

19<br />

5 6<br />

14<br />

21<br />

7<br />

16 17<br />

DOWN<br />

2. What police dog wears to<br />

make arrest? (6)<br />

3. Unusual portion of hot<br />

snack (7)<br />

4. Ben on one of the four that<br />

is not superior (5)<br />

5. Diana’s the young lady to<br />

sack (7)<br />

6. Ten in place of nothing on<br />

wireless at base (5)<br />

7. Is the girl able to land? (6)<br />

12. Graduate very loudly went<br />

first when perplexed (7)<br />

14. Looked to have thawed out<br />

despite being cold inside (7)<br />

15. Cares madly about English<br />

batsman’s place (6)<br />

16. Parisian gets good double<br />

helping of sweet (6)<br />

18. Withdraw permission (5)<br />

19. Boss helping to keep you<br />

straight (5)<br />

4<br />

8<br />

10<br />

14<br />

17<br />

22<br />

22<br />

27<br />

30<br />

5<br />

23<br />

15<br />

6<br />

24 26<br />

7<br />

25<br />

SOLUTIONS<br />

31<br />

32<br />

NONAGRAM:<br />

eely; ethyl; ethyne; eyot; holey; holy;<br />

honey; hotly; hype; hypo; neophyte;<br />

only; openly; pentyl; peony; peyote;<br />

phenyl; phoney; plenty; ploy; poly;<br />

polytene; POLYTHENE; pony; pylon;<br />

python; teeny; TELEPHONY; tony;<br />

type; typo; yelp.<br />

Across – Zebra; Noble; Delft.<br />

Down – Zoned; Babel; Avert.<br />

Across – Caput; Array; Style.<br />

Down – Class; Perky; Thyme.<br />

(2)<br />

FIVE ALIVE:<br />

(1)<br />

QUICK CROSSWORD:<br />

Across – 1 Vestry; 4 Rabbit; 8 Scarab; 10 Colour; 11 Salon; 12<br />

Anchor; 14 Lassie; 16 Hank; 17 Ally; 19 Sing; 22 Swim; 26 Letter;<br />

27 Canapé; 28 Cedar; 29 County; 30 Bruise; 31 Ankara; 32<br />

Unless.<br />

Down – 1 Visual; 2 Search; 3 Reason; 5 Atonal; 6 Biopsy; 7<br />

Turret; 9 Bark; 10 Cola; 13 Habit; 15 Slain; 18 Alicia; 19 Struck;<br />

20 Nectar; 21 Grey; 22 Scab; 23 Warren; 24 Malice; 25 Recess.<br />

CRYPTIC CROSSWORD:<br />

Across – 1 Scorched; 6 Race; 8 Slur; 9 Resident; 10 Carbon<br />

dioxide; 11 Stab; 13 Sown; 17 Proliferation; 20 Parallel; 21 Hobo;<br />

22 Here; 23 Deriding.<br />

Down – 2 Collar; 3 Rarebit; 4 Huron; 5 Dismiss; 6 Radix; 7<br />

Canada; 12 Baffled; 14 Watched; 15 Crease; 16 Bonbon; 18<br />

Leave; 19 Ruler.<br />

T<br />

Y<br />

EQUALISER:<br />

Clockwise from top<br />

left – add; subtract;<br />

multiply; divide.<br />

Total: 8.<br />

WORD PYRAMID:<br />

Golden handshake.<br />

MAGIC SQUARE:<br />

vase; acid; sing;<br />

edge.<br />

26<br />

13<br />

O<br />

K<br />

25<br />

12<br />

A<br />

Q<br />

24<br />

11<br />

B<br />

P<br />

23<br />

10<br />

4 5 3 7 8 6 1 9 2<br />

2 7 1 9 3 4 8 6 5<br />

6 8 9 5 1 2 7 3 4<br />

3 6 4 1 9 8 5 2 7<br />

7 9 2 3 4 5 6 8 1<br />

8 1 5 2 6 7 9 4 3<br />

5 4 7 8 2 9 3 1 6<br />

9 3 6 4 5 1 2 7 8<br />

1 2 8 6 7 3 4 5 9<br />

S<br />

M<br />

22<br />

9<br />

X<br />

H<br />

21<br />

8<br />

I<br />

E<br />

20<br />

7<br />

V<br />

U<br />

19<br />

6<br />

G<br />

W<br />

18<br />

5<br />

4 8 6 3 9 5 7 2 1<br />

3 1 7 6 2 4 5 9 8<br />

2 5 9 8 7 1 6 3 4<br />

9 2 1 5 8 3 4 7 6<br />

7 4 5 9 1 6 2 8 3<br />

6 3 8 7 4 2 9 1 5<br />

1 7 4 2 6 8 3 5 9<br />

5 6 2 1 3 9 8 4 7<br />

8 9 3 4 5 7 1 6 2<br />

EASY SUDOKU HARD SUDOKU<br />

R<br />

D<br />

17<br />

4<br />

L<br />

C<br />

16<br />

Z<br />

N<br />

15<br />

F<br />

J<br />

14<br />

CROSS CODE<br />

1 2 3<br />

QUIZ CHALLENGE: 1 Cruz; 2 Psi; 3 Good Will Hunting; 4 South Africa; 5 Middlesbrough FC; 6 Long Beach; 7 India; 8 Liquidity;<br />

9 Calvin Klein; 10 Alain Prost.<br />

ACROSS<br />

1. Sacristy (6)<br />

4. Burrowing<br />

animal (6)<br />

8. Dung beetle (6)<br />

10. Pigment (6)<br />

11. Beauty parlour (5)<br />

12. Secure vessel (6)<br />

14. Famous film<br />

dog (6)<br />

16. Skein (4)<br />

17. Supporter (4)<br />

19. Vocalise (4)<br />

22. Travel through<br />

water (4)<br />

26. Missive (6)<br />

27. Hors d’oeuvre (6)<br />

28. Evergreen tree (5)<br />

29. Administrative<br />

district (6)<br />

30. Contusion (6)<br />

31. Turkish capital (6)<br />

32. Except (6)<br />

DOWN<br />

1. Optical (6)<br />

2. Seek (6)<br />

3. Motive (6)<br />

5. Not in a key<br />

(mus.) (6)<br />

6. Diagnostic<br />

surgery (6)<br />

7. Tower (6)<br />

9. Dog’s sound (4)<br />

10. Fizzy drink (4)<br />

13. Custom (5)<br />

15. Killed (5)<br />

18. ------ Keys, US<br />

singer (6)<br />

19. Hit (6)<br />

20. Recant (anag.) (6)<br />

21. Dull colour (4)<br />

22. Healing sign (4)<br />

23. Linked burrows (6)<br />

24. Spite (6)<br />

25. Niche (6)


PUBLIC NOTICE<br />

LICENSING APPLICATION<br />

LICENSING ACT 2003<br />

TAKE NOTICE THAT on June 14th 2019, BaxterStorey Ltd applied to<br />

the <strong>City</strong> of London Corporation for a new premises licence in respect of<br />

Goldman Sachs, Plumtree Court, London, EC4A 4AP.<br />

The application seeks to facilitate hospitality requirements by permitting<br />

the sale of alcohol by retail, Monday to Friday from 08.00 until 23.59 and<br />

late-night refreshment on the same days from 23.00 to 23.59.<br />

The general public will not be admitted<br />

The application can be viewed by appointment at the offices of the <strong>City</strong><br />

of London Licensing Authority, Walbrook Wharf, 78-83 Upper Thames<br />

Street, EC4R 3TD or online at www.cityoflondon.gov.uk.<br />

Any person may make a representation in writing relating to this<br />

application no later than July 12th 2019 addressed to the Licensing<br />

Authority above.<br />

It is an offence, liable on conviction to an unlimited fine, to knowingly or<br />

recklessly make a false statement in connection with this application.<br />

DSW Group<br />

Licensing consultants<br />

020 3900 2510<br />

admin@dswgroup.co.uk<br />

Notice of application to vary a Premises Licence under<br />

Section 34 of the Licensing Act 2003<br />

Notice is hereby given that Young & Co.'s Brewery Plc in<br />

respect of Premises known as Oyster Shed, 1 Angel Lane,<br />

St Pauls, London, EC4R 3AB applied to <strong>City</strong> of London<br />

Corporation for a Variation of a Premises Licence. The<br />

proposed variation is: To vary the layout of the premises for<br />

the ground floor only (all other floors to remain as existing) in<br />

accordance with plans supplied by the applicant. All<br />

licensable activities, permitted hours, opening hours and<br />

conditions to remain as exitsing. Any representations<br />

regarding the above-mentioned application must be received<br />

in writing by <strong>City</strong> of London, Licensing Section, Walbrook<br />

Wharf, 78-83 Upper Thames Street, London, EC4R 3TD,<br />

no later than 10th July 2019 stating the grounds for<br />

representation. The register of <strong>City</strong> of London Corporation and<br />

the record of the application may be inspected at the address<br />

of the council, given above, during normal business hours or<br />

on the council’s website - www.cityoflondon.gov.uk<br />

It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false<br />

statement in connection with an application. A person is<br />

liable to an unlimited fine on conviction should such a false<br />

statement be made.<br />

Poppleston Allen<br />

37 Stoney Street, The Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1LS


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