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Zine Magazine June 2016

It's Out | Zine Magazine 2.0 | June Issue 2016
Click the squares below to see what happens when a new fish and chip shop opens in Amsterdam that makes deep fried mars bars served with cocktails. And what will happen to this unique culinary experience if we vote to ‘leave’ on the day of the UE referendum

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Chairman’s Corner

June 2016
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Hello Everyone,With the referendum looming large, many of you I'm sure, are worrying about what may happen.

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The EU referendum

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We are heading for one of the most  potentially life-changing situations in any British Expat’s lifetime here in the Netherlands. 

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The British School in The Netherlands

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Located in the heart of the Netherlands, we are now one of the largest and most successful international schools in Europe.

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The Beer Hunter June 2016

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Café Genootschap der Geneugten. This fine café is probably not well known to that many beer drinkers unless they also have a passion for meat from the grill.

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The Chippy

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TRADITIONAL FISH AND CHIPS ON THE KINKERSTRAAT 24

Mix that with our selection of Craft Beers, Funky Cocktails and the cool vibe of Cafe Scrapyard and we will be sure you will have an experience to remember.

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The British School of Amsterdam

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Small classes and personal attention. At the British School of Amsterdam we get to know each and every student.

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Kingsalmarkt World Famous Foodstore

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Kingsalmarkt, the world-famous foodstore!

We are known for our wide range of products from countries all over the world. ‘Taste life’ is what we call that. Read More
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Postcard from 

The Hoge Veluwe National Park 
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On first visiting the park I did not realise how big it is as the park covers 5,500 hectares of woodland, heath, grasslands and shifting sands

And it is the natural habitat for deer, moeflon and wild boar. Read More
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Beth's Book Blog

June 2016
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Young Adult

The Scottish fantasy Riverkeep by Martin Stewart is a debut inspired by the rivermen of Glasgow and has already been compared to Herman Melville’s Moby Dick and Game of Thrones. Read More
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Thai Glazed Salmon

Cooking Coach | June 2016
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Thai Glazed Salmon

Having done this for a few years now - creating recipes, sharing them, publishing them I mean.  I’ve come to realise that certain recipes hit the spot with people and others go by seemingly unnoticed.  Read More

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The International School of Amsterdam

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Setting the stage to excite and develop young minds

At ISA, we believe that great facilities can set the stage for great learning.Read More
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Amsterdam International Community School

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Dutch International Primary and Secondary School offering international education in English.

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British Language Training Centre

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Welcome to the British Language Training Centre located in the heart of Amsterdam

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Benjamin Arthur Photography

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The British Photographer in Amsterdam

WEDDINGS  | CORPORATE EVENTS | PORTRAITS  | PARTIES | WALKABOUTS | CHILDREN’S  PORTRAITS | EVENTS | FINE ARTRead More
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Interview with Badhuis Theatre Director Mike Manicardi

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I was born near Watford F.C. to an Italian Father and Irish mother.

What is you do?I run the Badhuis TheatreRead More

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