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Well would you believe it, it’s late March already.


Well would you believe it,  it’s late March already. Spring is springing, lambs are frolicking (somewhere) and the sun occasionally peeps from behind the clouds to make us smile. Spring time is great for dusting off the cobwebs and emerging from our hidey holes to do some exploration. London is full of great things to do in every season. Here are some of our personal favourites to put the Spring in your step! (sorry, it had to be said at some point)


Maltby Street Market

What better way to spend a sunny Sunday afternoon than strolling through the delightful stalls of Maltby Street market? It’s an absolute heaven of tantalising sights and smells that will have you wanting to try everything you see.  An even bigger perk is that it tends not to be as packed with tourists as the more famous Borough Market.


Outdoor Theatre

April 23rd, St George’s day and, more importantly, Shakespeare’s birthday kicks off the outdoor theatre season at the Globe Theatre. A variety of shows run from this time and if you are ever going to watch a production of the Bard’s work, it has to be here really. If the more formal theatre setting is not your thing, Regent’s park hosts some great open air productions throughout the Spring and Summer months.



London is one of the greenest cities in the world and what better time to get out and explore the cities huge choice of green spaces than springtime when the flowers are blooming and the sun is shining? One of our personal favourites is Southwark Park. While more modest in size in comparison to the famous giants like Hyde Park and St James’, it is beautiful and relaxing. Even better, doesn’t draw the same crowd sizes compared to the bigger parks giving you more personal space to kick back in. So grab a coffee and a sandwich and enjoy the spring weather in in peace.


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The UK’s Cricket season starts its innings in mid-late April and continues all the way through until September. Watching a game of cricket is a great way to spend a sunny afternoon. One of the best grounds to catch a game is The Oval. Home to Surrey County Cricket Club, this ground also hosts international fixtures.


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