Louise Uma Landgraf is the youngest ever winner on the Ladies European Tour Access Series by claiming victory in the Terre Blanche Ladies Open aged 14 years, 2 months and 18 days.

With rounds of 69 and 74 after high winds shortened the tournament to two rounds, the French amateur kept her cool to win the first hole of the play off to champion over the Netherlands Pasqualle Coffa and fellow French Proffessional Charlotte Liautier.

Landgraf has now beaten the previous record held by fellow Thai


One word comes to mind about Anna Magnusson’s 2022 season on the LET Access Series.

The Swedish golfer secured her LET card for the 2023 season by finishing sixth on the LETAS Order of Merit.

Magnusson, 28, had a solid year with seven top-10 finishes and four further top-15 results to give her 1,425.26 points from 17 events and clinch sixth spot.

Whilst 2022 was a stunning season it came off the back of a tough 2021 for Magnusson.

“2021 was a tough year for me,” Magnusson said, “I was strugg

south west London rowing clubs making rowing more accessible

A quintessential English sport to some, reflecting the elitism in society to others, it is safe to say rowing has a posh stereotype.

Two South West London rowing clubs are working to change that.

Founded in 1967 and 2013, Barn Elm Boat Club and Fulham Reach Boat Club are committed to breaking down the educational and cost barriers which come with the sport.

Run by charity Enable, a not-for-profit organisation working in partnership with Wandsworth Council to deliver health and leisure service

2022 the year of menopause: are we witnessing progress in how parliament discusses menopause?

2022 has seen celebrities like Davina McCall and Louise Minchin leading candid open talks about the impact menopause has on a woman’s life, body and mental health.

Whilst British women are more openly talking about hot flushes, brain fog and how it feels to be in the “second spring,” the conversation has also been noticed in Parliament.

Hansard Reports, which is a record of everything said in Parliament, show that the use of the word “menopause” has gone from zero to 400 in the last six years.

Wandsworth councillors clash over electric vehicle charging

Tensions are emerging in Wandsworth Labour between the Transport and Environment Committee over expanding electric vehicle (EV) charging points, claims a Conservative councillor.

In a meeting on Thursday 10 November, the Wandsworth Labour Environment Committee stressed its commitment to expanding EV charging points to limit air pollution and help climate change.

However, Head of the Transport Committee, Councillor Jo Rigby, expressed hostility to EV’s by tweeting: “The biggest shift I’ve exper

Free skips across Wandsworth as council vow to reduce fly-tipping

Free skips will be placed in five locations across Wandsworth tomorrow for the public to dispose of unwanted household waste and electrical items.

Named ‘Mega Skip Day’ the initiative by Wandsworth Council aims to reduce fly-tipping by providing an enhanced waste collection service to residents.

Tips will be placed in: Hanford Close, SW18, Gambole Road SW17, Acanthus Road SW11, Festing Road SW15 and Larch Close, SW12 between 9am-12pm on 24 September.

Councillor Judi Gasser, cabinet member for

Night before the Queen's funeral from Parliament Square

The Londoners’ reporters camped with crowds in Parliament Square last night, and reported on last evening’s events and the lively atmosphere.

Georgina Findlay, Lucy Paine and Olivia Bothamley-Dakin reported from Parliament Square from 10pm.

There were already hundreds gathering at Parliament Square and setting up camp by the time our team arrived.

Olivia started our TikTok stream just before 11pm.

Georgina said the public were making the most of the occasion to make new friends.

The Queen’s

Take Back The Bailey; ‘As a collective, we want societal change.’

Following in the wake of the Sarah Everard tragedy, a group of students spanning different year groups decided enough was enough. Together they formed Take Back The Bailey (TBTB). A campaign group focussed on making Durham’s streets safer for women.

I was lucky enough to chat to five representatives from the group, Rhianne, Ellie, Jess, Kunj and Finola about setting up the group and it’s future.

What sparked from an Instagram story now has emerged into a campaign group actively working with so