South-East London is a great area to live with its diverse culture at every turn and lots of lovely farmer’s markets to browse at weekends. There are open spaces wherever you go, with beautiful walks along canals and Dulwich Park, Greenwich Park and areas such as Danson Park closer to Kent and Epping forest to explore it is easy to forget you are in London,
Victoria park offers a good spot to relax or go to one of the many festivals held there over the summer, they have a lovely paddling pool for the children to cool down in .
Get a taste of the countryside in central London at this welcoming and brilliantly maintained green spot at Spitafields City Farm just off Brick Lane Or spend a rainy day at the board-game café. Or pop to the Geffrye museum. Not forgetting the Queen Elizabeth Olympic park, a good place to relax with wildlike, open spaces and lovely waterways, sit back and remember Super Saturday.
There are great links to central London which is within half an hour by train and for older more gruesome kids there is the Whitechappel Jack the Ripper history to delve into The River Thames runs alongside Greenwich with the Thames Barrier at the River’s end. It is also well connected via the A2 and A20 to the M25 taking you into Essex and within minutes you can be in Kent.
From short weekend breaks and family holidays, lazy spa breaks to breathtaking cliff-top hikes. You’re never stuck for things to do in Kent.
Taste salt-spray. Smell apple blossom. Drink in pastoral views. Step off the treadmill. Duck out of the rat race. Rediscover you.
With its super-fast links to London, Belgium and France the rest of the country and Europe feels so far away and yet is also so near. Kent offers everything for all ages and interests, a fab place to work and meet friends, you will never be bored. Visit modern art galleries and centuries-old heritage sites, cathedrals and Oast houses in the beautiful garden of England
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