Why you should visit Victoria Park, East London

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Since moving to London last Summer, Victoria Park has been my favourite park. I mean, it' my local park, so I guess I'm being a tad biased, BUT it is one of the most beautiful parks in London. It's a favourite for families, dog walkers and runners. And also casual strollers like my good self.

There are so many things to do and see and that's why I'd like to share with you why you should visit my fave park.  Here goes...

victoria park market

1.  Victoria Park Market

Every Sunday there's a Sunday market in Victoria Park between 10 and 4pm. I've only been a couple of times, but the vibe and energy there is just incredible. There's a variety of stalls, including fresh fruit and veg, juices, fresh bread, cakes and even pet food!  But of course, I normally go for the best thing... the street food.  Picture burgers, crepes, pies... yup, heaven. They even have quite a few Vegan stalls, which I was impressed with. I'm pretty sure the stalls change each week, so make sure you pop by and have a little look around.


Things I loved in February

Real Techniques Makeup Brushes

February has always been a month for trying new new stuff for me. After Christmas and my Birthday in January, I always have new products to try or a little extra money to buy that new foundation I've been swooning over.  These are always my favourite posts to write, as I love sharing my recommendations and getting stupidly excited over my new founds this month.

So, here are the things I've loved last month..



4 places to visit whilst you're in East London

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I recently mentioned in my post about renting in London, that I had recently moved to London. East London in fact.  I've been there for nearly 6 months now, so I've had time to do a little mooch around the East Ends. I thought a little list of all my favourite parts of East London might help you, and who knows, you might find some hidden treasures you don't know about!
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