London Culture

How to lower stress in the city with mental health campaigner Rachel Kelly

Just a Beautiful Little Thing We Found on the Internet…

Pub Choir, an Australian social event (slash stroke of genius) that transforms a crowd of tipsy strangers into a legendary choir, becomes Couch Choir due to Coronavirus, and the results are beautiful…

London's Coronavirus Mutual Aid Groups are helping those self-isolating due to COVID-19

The Rise of London’s Coronavirus Mutual Aid Groups

More than 1,000 Coronavirus Mutual Aid groups have launched across the UK in the space of a week. But how did it all come about?

COVID-19 Mutual Aid Groups in London

A Complete List of London’s Coronavirus Mutual Aid Groups

A complete list of London’s #Coronavirus Mutual Aid Groups – local volunteer groups helping those who are self-isolating with daily tasks – listed alphabetically by borough

Royal Parks has announced they will stay open during the coronavirus outbreak for running and walks in nature

London’s Royal Parks to Remain Open During Coronavirus Outbreak

As Londoners adjust to the reality of social distancing and spending a lot more time at home, London’s famous green spaces will become more valuable to us than ever

Ad Feature Elmwood’s Auctioneers to Host Online Auction of Fine Jewellery

Shopping trips may have been put on hold as we retreat to our homes to thwart the spread of coronavirus, but that doesn’t mean we can’t access the finer things in life, like Cartier, Tiffany, Boucheron…

Virtual Pub: The 4pm Beavertown Cheers (photo: Deagreez / iStock / Getty Images Plus)

The Virtual Pub: Beavertown’s 4pm Cheers & a Stay-at-Home Pub Quiz!

Can’t go to the pub? Beavertown is inviting people to get involved in a virtual ‘Beavertown Cheers’ at 4pm on Friday 20 March

Day trip ideas from London with kids: Hatfield House, Hertfordshire

Ad Feature Fun Family Things to Do Outdoors in Hertfordshire this Easter

Outdoor spots to take the family this Easter in Hertfordshire, which is about an hour’s drive from London… 

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What Would London Look Like on Lockdown?

What would London look like on lockdown?

National Trust gardens near London: Morden Hall Park, Morden

National Trust Vows to Keep Gardens Open Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The National Trust has vowed to keep as many gardens and parks open as possible during the coronavirus crisis so that the country can ‘relax’

HOLI festival London: House of HOLI at Cinnamon Kitchen

55 of the Best Things To Do in London: March 2020

Our pick of the best things to do in London including International Women’s Day, the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea, Midcentury Modern in Dulwich, SAMPLE in Greenwich, HOLI festival and London Dog Week

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