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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Winter Wonderland, Hyde Park

I didn't even know this was going on, but came across it while we were taking in a winter's walk across Hyde Park.

I didn't expect a lot, but it was actually really rather lovely. It's on till the 3rd January and it's free.

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Sunday, September 06, 2009

The Tree House Gallery, Regents's Park

Billed as "an innovative public project featuring a free daily program of events, arts, discussions, musicology and activities," the Treehouse Gallery in Regent's Park tasked itself with acting, " as a catalyst to ignite the collective imagination, encouraging adults and children alike to explore a variety of creative responses to nature."

We're not entirely sure what all that means, but we definitely enjoyed our visit and found it a pleasant place to hang out for a while.

Looking like a road protest site transported into a central London Park, the Treehouse Gallery put on daily activities, talks and workshops, focussed around two large treehouses.

More photos here: The Tree House Gallery, regent's Park, London

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Sunday, June 21, 2009

Midsummer's Eve at Myatt's Fields Park

A free event on Midsummer's Eve, 'The Big Event' coincided with the launch of the annual Camberwell Arts Festival, and marked the official re-opening of Myatt's Fields Park after its extensive ?3m renovation.

Designed by Fanny Wilkinson - one of Britain's first female professional landscape gardeners and a strong supporter of women's suffrage - the park dates back to Victorian times, being opened in 1889.

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