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What’s on at the weekend? – 8, 9 March 2014

Posted on Thursday, 6 March, 2014 in What's on at the weekend? | 0 comments

What’s on at the weekend? – 8, 9 March 2014

This weekend the Vikings are coming, it’s the last chance for War Games, and there’s a whole market of handmade items to be had…

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What’s on at the (bank holiday) weekend? – 24, 25, 26 August 2013

Posted on Thursday, 22 August, 2013 in What's on at the weekend? | 0 comments

What’s on at the (bank holiday) weekend? – 24, 25, 26 August 2013

Celebrate the last bank holiday of the year with a Village Fair, an African Market, a trip to Caravania, a Carnival or some free theatre…

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What’s on at the weekend? – 13, 14 July 2013

Posted on Thursday, 11 July, 2013 in What's on at the weekend? | 0 comments

What’s on at the weekend? – 13, 14 July 2013

This weekend you can enjoy free children’s theatre, celebrate Bastille Day, get festive in Streatham, explore 80s fashion and club culture or go honey and strawberry tasting…

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What’s on at the weekend? – 22, 23 June 2013

Posted on Thursday, 20 June, 2013 in What's on at the weekend? | 0 comments

What’s on at the weekend? – 22, 23 June 2013

This weekend you could go to a festival, sample the best of the West End, visit a windmill or celebrate all things Japanese…

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What’s on at the weekend? – 13, 14 April 2013

Posted on Thursday, 11 April, 2013 in What's on at the weekend? | 0 comments

What’s on at the weekend? – 13, 14 April 2013

It’s the end of the Easter holidays and Spring is finally making a tentative appearance to entice you out this weekend.  Get historical with celebrations of steam and weaving, try storytelling and sculptures in a park or find out about the people of the Thames…

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What’s on at the weekend? – 30, 31 March 2013

Posted on Thursday, 28 March, 2013 in What's on at the weekend? | 0 comments

What’s on at the weekend? – 30, 31 March 2013

It may feel like January, but it’s Easter this weekend and so a host of chocolate- and Spring-inspired activities beckon. Try a chocolate quest, a goat race, Roman archaeology and Easter holiday museum activities…

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What’s on at the weekend? – 21, 22 July 2012

Posted on Friday, 20 July, 2012 in What's on at the weekend? | 0 comments

What’s on at the weekend? – 21, 22 July 2012

School holidays have started and the Olympic Torch Relay arrives in London this weekend, sparking a week’s worth of festivities culminating in the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games next Friday.  Where will you watch the Torch Relay and what else is on this weekend?

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What’s on at the weekend? – 23, 24 June 2012

Posted on Thursday, 21 June, 2012 in What's on at the weekend? | 0 comments

What’s on at the weekend? – 23, 24 June 2012

It’s a bumper week for London events, with festivals galore and everyone getting even more excited about the impending Olympic Games.  Whether it’s family fun, art, live music or fine dining that interests you most, here are some ideas for getting out and about this weekend… 

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Spitalfields City Farm

Posted on Tuesday, 3 April, 2012 in Farms, Featured, Sunny day | 0 comments

Spitalfields City Farm

Mention Brick Lane and you might be thinking about curries, trendy boutiques, vibrant nightlife or the famous 24-hour bagel shop.  Or at least I do, but maybe that’s a sign of a misspent youth.  When I’m in the area these days, I’m less likely to be found checking out a new bar, and more likely to be taking a short detour down a side street to the Spitalfields City Farm…  

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Geffrye Museum, Hoxton

Posted on Thursday, 12 January, 2012 in Museums, Rainy day, Sunny day | 0 comments

Geffrye Museum, Hoxton

Interested in interior design?  Then a trip to the Geffrye Museum of the Home could be for you.  Located on Kingsland Road in Hoxton, just a stone’s throw from the City of London, the Geffrye Museum’s permanent display consists of eleven rooms decorated in the style of different periods from 1600 to the present day.  The museum shows how the changing lifestyle of the urban middle classes in Britain over the past 400 years affected the design of their homes, complete with furniture and artefacts from each era.  We visited during the Geffrye’s ‘Christmas Past’ exhibition, for which the period rooms had been decorated to demonstrate how the festive season was celebrated throughout the ages.

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