When the smoke, sirens and society in general become suffocating, get yourself down to one of the capital’s many city farms.
We were more than happy to be left to our own devices in a room full of fabric offcuts and plain white tees.
Imagine your mum mate has sacrificed the bottom two storeys of their mid-terrace for their kids’ amusement and that’s basically what you have here.
There were no overcomplicated cutting-and-sticking tasks and no instructions other than to get stuck in, which is always such a relief.
Take your kid and prepare to be side-eyed by every other childless visitor, because they’re all wondering why the hell anyone would bring a child here.
What?: Wankily named cable-car link ferrying a maximum of 2,500 passengers an hour between two fairly obscure riverside locations. […]
From child-led playgroups to parent-focused gigs; lively mummy-and-me yoga classes to calm, childcare-inclusive mothers’ retreats – we give you the definitive, tried-and-tested top 100 activities for little Londoners and their adults.
Sarah Issuree works as a part-time Latin teacher at a prep school in Knightsbridge. She has lived in Brockley for 11 months and has a 15-month-old daughter called Theodora and an eight-year-old step-daughter called Ava.
I mean who doesn’t want to get a dynamic workout while their kid tumbles on Danish-designed animals? No one.
As parents of preschoolers we’re the ones who are going to be reading the books, so we might as well pick ones we’re all going to appreciate.