- Curator’s talk with Ellen Greig
- Start Selling Online Without Buying Products – Dropshipping Ecommerce E-commerce
- A Day on Potential at Birkbeck – University of London
- We Love Soul meets ActiveLove Roof Terrace BBQ Ft. Ingrid
- Easy – Healthy – Delicious at Rachel’s Kitchen
- Last Frame Smartphone Film Festival
- Lynn Ruth Miller and Ben Clover at Comedy Cabin
- An Orchestral Rendition of Kanye West
- The Dark Eighties: Cult 80s Hit Party
- Century Twenty Design Shows – Midcentury Modern Furniture and Homeware Fair
Sunday Free Ride
This section of National Route 4 passes some of the highlights of southwest London.
Hampton Court Palace, where the route starts, is a former residence of Henry VIII and is well worth a visit. From here the route follows the Thames around Hampton Court Park to Kingston Bridge.
Kingston has an attractive pedestrianised town centre with many cafés and stopping points. Continuing north along the river you turn inland at Teddington Lock and after a short on road section you’ll enter Richmond Park via Ham Gate. There is a short, sharp hill on entering the park, but after this you can enjoy miles of easy trails. With roaming dear, woodland and bracken covered hillsides, Richmond Park is a wonderful little bit of wilderness in London.
Towards the end of the ride you pass the London Wetland Centre at Barnes, a great place to view wildlife that also has play facilities for the children.
- Hampton Court Palace
- Richmond Park
- London Wetland Centre
Sunday Free Ride will take place Sunday 17th February 2019 and will start at Putney Bridge.
Health | Sunday Free Ride