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Photographic and filming workshops at the Museum of Childhood

This summer the V&A Museum of Childhood is offering a series of free digital workshops, which will give children the chance to explore and create with the latest child-friendly digital cameras and videocams. As part of the sessions, children will … Continue reading

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Seaside recreated on the South Bank

While killing time hanging around Waterloo between appointments I stumbled across this: The  Southbank Centre is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Festival of Britain with a four-month Festival of British culture and creativity. There is an incredible display of … Continue reading

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Notting Hill May Fair – Saturday, May 14, 2011

The Notting Hill May Fair, which has been running for more than 20 years, is being held this year on Saturday, May 14th, between 1pm and 5pm. It’s held at St John’s Church – the one on the top of … Continue reading

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So what if it rains

When it come it free indoor activities, music seems to be the thing. On Wednesday mornings try Sing, Baby, Sing! This gives pre-school children an opportunity to experience music, singing, rhythm and play and is aimed at babies to 4 … Continue reading

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Free outdoor entertainment for kids in Notting Hill

We all know there’s no such thing as a free lunch. But there are still some ways of entertaining yourself, and your children, for nothing – even in Notting Hill. If it’s sunny you are spoilt for choice. Parks and … Continue reading

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Notting Hill’s Blue Door

Saturday is a busy day down on Portobello – and a popular time for “Notting Hill” fans to go searching for the Blue Door. Eleven years after it was immortalised in the Richard Curtis film, the pursuit of looking for … Continue reading

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