Yikes, it’s been a month since my last ‘Things to do in London’ post. Where does the time go?
Moving along, if you’re looking for something to do this weekend – here are a few ideas:
1. If you love vintage cars or vintage anything, the Classic Car Boot Sale will be taking place over the weekend on the South Bank. With 100 classic cars involved, there should be something for everyone if vintage is your thing. You can find out more about the sale here.
2. Discover the farmers market on Bute Street. Whilst I’m a huge fan of the farmers market on Duke of York Square, I also love the charm of the weekly Saturday market in South Kensington. It’s smaller, more intimate and has a real sense of community about it. To find out which producers are usually there, click here.
3. Proud Chelsea’s latest exhibition is Senna: Photographs by Keith Sutton, which runs until 4th May. I don’t think you have to be a petrol head to appreciate this exhibition. I’m definitely not. But I think most people can appreciate the charm and integrity of this Formula One legend who died so tragically.
4. The weather is warming up and the first day of spring is officially around the corner (20th March). This can only mean one thing! Time to get a pedicure, if you haven’t been keeping those toes tidy over the winter. According to Vogue, Cowshed is number one on their list of favourites. So why not pop over to Holland Park, a hop, skip and a jump from Notting Hill, and have one of Cowshed’s Ultimate Cowshed Pedicures at their Clarendon Cross spa.
5. And finally, it’s St. Patrick’s Day on Monday (17th March) and on Sunday there will be a St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival in Trafalgar Square. Here’s the link, if you’d like to find out more.