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A Holiday Weekend…

Posted by Boundary Community Launderette on 23/08/2012

After a two week absence, (did you notice, did you miss us? Answers on a postcard…), we’re back with some ideas for free things to do this weekend. Who can believe it’s the end of August already, and the bank holiday weekend is upon us! We’ll be closed on Monday, and as the weather knows it’s a bank holiday it’s going to be a weekend of sunshine and showers. Whatever you do, enjoy yourselves and make the most of the extra day off!

This Saturday, 25th August, is the Stepney Green Fair at Stepney Green Park from 11am until 6pm. There will be competitions, kids rides, stalls, food & drink. It promises to be a day of fun for everyone.

On Sunday, 26th August, it’s the final Eco-Chic Market of the season at Spitalfields City Farm from 10am until 6pm, and to celebrate they will having lots of live music and fun stuff happening throughout the day. For more details visit the Eco-Chic website or the Spitalfields City Farm website

There are loads of other free places to visit locally, so if the above don’t tickle your fancy then check the links to the right of the webpage.  The Notting Hill Carnival will be filling the streets over in west London, so if you fancy steel bands, sound systems and samba on Sunday, why not saunter across town. Closer to home you can imagine you’re in the countryside by visiting the glorious woodland glades of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, walk through the acres of Mile End Park andtheglories of Victoria Park or talk with the animals at Mudchute Park and City Farm(London’s largest city farm), not to mention the green spaces closer to home. There are museums a-plenty from the Museum of Childhood to the Museum of London, and too many galleries to mention! Take your choice and have a great time…

Sheep with a view at Mudchute.


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