Adam Hargreaves, the author and illustrator behind the Mr. Men and Little Miss stories, has been at Heathrow to meet fans. Here he tells us about growing up with the much-loved characters – originally created by his late father, Roger – and why he might be mistaken for Mr. Forgetful.
We can’t promise you’ll get everything on your Christmas list. But while you’re at Heathrow you could always have a quiet word with Santa Claus – because he’s here every day in the run-up to 25th December. Read on to find out where he’ll be – and what else is happening to get your Christmas off to a flying start.
Heathrow’s free children’s craft workshops are back for Christmas by popular demand. If you’re travelling with the family, here’s what’s on offer to help keep creative kids entertained. Who knows, you might even end up with a personalised Christmas present or two.
December sees live music favourites Sharlette, Andrea Black, EMMAY and Miles Horn return to Caffè Nero in arrivals at Heathrow Terminal 2. Pull up a chair and enjoy a rich blend of original sounds over a cup of something strong.
Live music returns to Terminal 2 Arrivals with performances from Colourshop, Hannah Scott, Steve Young, Miles Horn, Louise Golbey, and Andy Ruddy. Give your coffee stop a musical flavour this November at Caffè Nero.
Changing seasons mean new flight schedules, and that means plenty of new destinations to choose from at Heathrow. Here’s a round-up of the latest route news for winter 2017—2018 and beyond.
Discover Supersaurs, the dinosaurs who didn’t die out. Make a pebble monster or a dino money box. Meet a Mr. Men or Little Miss character. For little travellers and their families, the best holidays begin at Heathrow.
Live music returns to Terminal 2 Arrivals with performances from Michelle Nadia, Andy Ruddy, EMMAY, Laura Evans, Emma Stevens, Gracie Falls and James Lascelles. Enjoy some mellow sounds with your Macchiato this October at Caffè Nero.