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5 Things we LOVE this week

Drive-In Cinema

Honestly the most fun we've had in AGES - pre or post lockdown. Funky glitter-ball DJ, cheesy hot dogs and live music plus Dirty Dancing with beeping car horns.

Tune in your car radio to the movie channel - sit back and enjoy whilst munching on delish snacks and treats. Good idea to pre-order food before you head out. Text your bay number on arrival. Tons of V clean portaloos (mask needed if used). Couldn't recommend more! 

Book here, £35 per car. Troubadour Meridian Water, Enfield, N18 3QQ.

We have also heard great things about the Luna Cinema Drive-In

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Get Your Skates on

Thrilled that Zebra Skate Camp has re-opened with weekly activity camps in Clapham Common Skate Park and Kensington Gardens. Five full days (10am–4pm) in Kensington and half days (to 1pm) in Clapham or you can sign up daily. Click here for details.

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Anyone for Tennis?

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Will to Win are running reduced hours tennis camps (two hours daily), hoping to have full day camps by next month. But we reckon even a couple of hours is pretty good! Centres in Chiswick, Hyde Park, Regents Park, Greenwich and Wandsworth. Click here for details.

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Eating Out!

We had our very first meal in a glorious country pub just outside Canterbury. Tucked away in the charming village of Fordwich (Britain's smallest town) set right by the river we munched away on raw scallops, côte de bœuf and a home-made snickers ice cream bar. The best bit - just walking away with no washing up. A huge treat. Booking essential. 

Fordwich Arms King Street, Fordwich, Kent CT2 0DB. 1 hr 20 mins from London.

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While We Can't Hug

Polly Dunbar has been keeping us all smiling during lockdown with her utterly adorable insta posts of illustrations of life with a toddler she also has managed to publish the sweetest picture book too. Written by Eoin McLaughlin and published in super-quick time by Faber Children's Books this is the story of Hedgehog and Tortoise who find lots of way to show how much they love each other in this age of social distancing. 

The duo are the next up at Storystock's Digital Dive in programme at the Riverside Studios, tomorrow at 10am. It's all free, but you will need to click here, scroll down to the Story Time section and register to access the zoom virtual space. For ages 3-7 and families.

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