05/01/2022
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Sioned Bryant
Open Air Activities
We present some of the best art-themed days out in London's open air

The festive season has come to a close and we are back to work! There are many great things to look forward to this year. However, with covid continuing to be a cause for concern, we present some outside activities and destinations that can allow you to soak in London’s culture whilst remaining safe and sound of mind!

The Walking Gallery, Acton

Covid-19 has led to a vast number of businesses closing shop, especially independent stores in the heart of communities outside the city centres. However, some councils have used this as an opportunity to be creative and aid the community. In Acton, you will not see empty shop windows staring back at you but a series of beautiful art works. Comprising six local artists, the Walking Gallery pieces are displayed in vacant shop units around Acton Town centre, all within walking distance of each other! Take advantage of the current state of further restrictions and head over to see how a community has rallied in this time and spun a silver lining out of covid misfortune.

Street Art in Croydon

When thinking of London it is not often that Croydon is at the top of the list of places to visit. However, this area has been going through an artistic revolution; last summer, Croydon’s streets became home to art murals by some huge international names such as Otto Schade, Dotmasters, Hayley Welsh and David Hollier. The street art was organised by Rise Gallery so if you want an informative tour, you can organise with them or you can wander freely.

Trafalgar Square Lions

Trafalgar Square is always at the top of the list to visit when in London. Despite being a popular tourist destination, not many take the time to take a really close inspection of the lions. The lions were created by the painter Sir Edwin Landseer. The lions were his first ode to sculpting having never worked with this medium in his career. In order to inform this project, Landseer requested a dead lion from London Zoo to use as his reference for the sculpture. However, as he worked the lion started to rot away. Next time you visit Trafalgar Square, see if you can spot whether this natural process of decomposition ended up incorporated into these iconic sculptures in the heart of London.

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05/01/2022
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Open Air Activities
We present some of the best art-themed days out in London's open air

The festive season has come to a close and we are back to work! There are many great things to look forward to this year. However, with covid continuing to be a cause for concern, we present some outside activities and destinations that can allow you to soak in London’s culture whilst remaining safe and sound of mind!

The Walking Gallery, Acton

Covid-19 has led to a vast number of businesses closing shop, especially independent stores in the heart of communities outside the city centres. However, some councils have used this as an opportunity to be creative and aid the community. In Acton, you will not see empty shop windows staring back at you but a series of beautiful art works. Comprising six local artists, the Walking Gallery pieces are displayed in vacant shop units around Acton Town centre, all within walking distance of each other! Take advantage of the current state of further restrictions and head over to see how a community has rallied in this time and spun a silver lining out of covid misfortune.

Street Art in Croydon

When thinking of London it is not often that Croydon is at the top of the list of places to visit. However, this area has been going through an artistic revolution; last summer, Croydon’s streets became home to art murals by some huge international names such as Otto Schade, Dotmasters, Hayley Welsh and David Hollier. The street art was organised by Rise Gallery so if you want an informative tour, you can organise with them or you can wander freely.

Trafalgar Square Lions

Trafalgar Square is always at the top of the list to visit when in London. Despite being a popular tourist destination, not many take the time to take a really close inspection of the lions. The lions were created by the painter Sir Edwin Landseer. The lions were his first ode to sculpting having never worked with this medium in his career. In order to inform this project, Landseer requested a dead lion from London Zoo to use as his reference for the sculpture. However, as he worked the lion started to rot away. Next time you visit Trafalgar Square, see if you can spot whether this natural process of decomposition ended up incorporated into these iconic sculptures in the heart of London.

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Collect your 5 yamos below
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05/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Open Air Activities
We present some of the best art-themed days out in London's open air

The festive season has come to a close and we are back to work! There are many great things to look forward to this year. However, with covid continuing to be a cause for concern, we present some outside activities and destinations that can allow you to soak in London’s culture whilst remaining safe and sound of mind!

The Walking Gallery, Acton

Covid-19 has led to a vast number of businesses closing shop, especially independent stores in the heart of communities outside the city centres. However, some councils have used this as an opportunity to be creative and aid the community. In Acton, you will not see empty shop windows staring back at you but a series of beautiful art works. Comprising six local artists, the Walking Gallery pieces are displayed in vacant shop units around Acton Town centre, all within walking distance of each other! Take advantage of the current state of further restrictions and head over to see how a community has rallied in this time and spun a silver lining out of covid misfortune.

Street Art in Croydon

When thinking of London it is not often that Croydon is at the top of the list of places to visit. However, this area has been going through an artistic revolution; last summer, Croydon’s streets became home to art murals by some huge international names such as Otto Schade, Dotmasters, Hayley Welsh and David Hollier. The street art was organised by Rise Gallery so if you want an informative tour, you can organise with them or you can wander freely.

Trafalgar Square Lions

Trafalgar Square is always at the top of the list to visit when in London. Despite being a popular tourist destination, not many take the time to take a really close inspection of the lions. The lions were created by the painter Sir Edwin Landseer. The lions were his first ode to sculpting having never worked with this medium in his career. In order to inform this project, Landseer requested a dead lion from London Zoo to use as his reference for the sculpture. However, as he worked the lion started to rot away. Next time you visit Trafalgar Square, see if you can spot whether this natural process of decomposition ended up incorporated into these iconic sculptures in the heart of London.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
05/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Open Air Activities
We present some of the best art-themed days out in London's open air

The festive season has come to a close and we are back to work! There are many great things to look forward to this year. However, with covid continuing to be a cause for concern, we present some outside activities and destinations that can allow you to soak in London’s culture whilst remaining safe and sound of mind!

The Walking Gallery, Acton

Covid-19 has led to a vast number of businesses closing shop, especially independent stores in the heart of communities outside the city centres. However, some councils have used this as an opportunity to be creative and aid the community. In Acton, you will not see empty shop windows staring back at you but a series of beautiful art works. Comprising six local artists, the Walking Gallery pieces are displayed in vacant shop units around Acton Town centre, all within walking distance of each other! Take advantage of the current state of further restrictions and head over to see how a community has rallied in this time and spun a silver lining out of covid misfortune.

Street Art in Croydon

When thinking of London it is not often that Croydon is at the top of the list of places to visit. However, this area has been going through an artistic revolution; last summer, Croydon’s streets became home to art murals by some huge international names such as Otto Schade, Dotmasters, Hayley Welsh and David Hollier. The street art was organised by Rise Gallery so if you want an informative tour, you can organise with them or you can wander freely.

Trafalgar Square Lions

Trafalgar Square is always at the top of the list to visit when in London. Despite being a popular tourist destination, not many take the time to take a really close inspection of the lions. The lions were created by the painter Sir Edwin Landseer. The lions were his first ode to sculpting having never worked with this medium in his career. In order to inform this project, Landseer requested a dead lion from London Zoo to use as his reference for the sculpture. However, as he worked the lion started to rot away. Next time you visit Trafalgar Square, see if you can spot whether this natural process of decomposition ended up incorporated into these iconic sculptures in the heart of London.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
05/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Open Air Activities
We present some of the best art-themed days out in London's open air

The festive season has come to a close and we are back to work! There are many great things to look forward to this year. However, with covid continuing to be a cause for concern, we present some outside activities and destinations that can allow you to soak in London’s culture whilst remaining safe and sound of mind!

The Walking Gallery, Acton

Covid-19 has led to a vast number of businesses closing shop, especially independent stores in the heart of communities outside the city centres. However, some councils have used this as an opportunity to be creative and aid the community. In Acton, you will not see empty shop windows staring back at you but a series of beautiful art works. Comprising six local artists, the Walking Gallery pieces are displayed in vacant shop units around Acton Town centre, all within walking distance of each other! Take advantage of the current state of further restrictions and head over to see how a community has rallied in this time and spun a silver lining out of covid misfortune.

Street Art in Croydon

When thinking of London it is not often that Croydon is at the top of the list of places to visit. However, this area has been going through an artistic revolution; last summer, Croydon’s streets became home to art murals by some huge international names such as Otto Schade, Dotmasters, Hayley Welsh and David Hollier. The street art was organised by Rise Gallery so if you want an informative tour, you can organise with them or you can wander freely.

Trafalgar Square Lions

Trafalgar Square is always at the top of the list to visit when in London. Despite being a popular tourist destination, not many take the time to take a really close inspection of the lions. The lions were created by the painter Sir Edwin Landseer. The lions were his first ode to sculpting having never worked with this medium in his career. In order to inform this project, Landseer requested a dead lion from London Zoo to use as his reference for the sculpture. However, as he worked the lion started to rot away. Next time you visit Trafalgar Square, see if you can spot whether this natural process of decomposition ended up incorporated into these iconic sculptures in the heart of London.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
05/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Open Air Activities

The festive season has come to a close and we are back to work! There are many great things to look forward to this year. However, with covid continuing to be a cause for concern, we present some outside activities and destinations that can allow you to soak in London’s culture whilst remaining safe and sound of mind!

The Walking Gallery, Acton

Covid-19 has led to a vast number of businesses closing shop, especially independent stores in the heart of communities outside the city centres. However, some councils have used this as an opportunity to be creative and aid the community. In Acton, you will not see empty shop windows staring back at you but a series of beautiful art works. Comprising six local artists, the Walking Gallery pieces are displayed in vacant shop units around Acton Town centre, all within walking distance of each other! Take advantage of the current state of further restrictions and head over to see how a community has rallied in this time and spun a silver lining out of covid misfortune.

Street Art in Croydon

When thinking of London it is not often that Croydon is at the top of the list of places to visit. However, this area has been going through an artistic revolution; last summer, Croydon’s streets became home to art murals by some huge international names such as Otto Schade, Dotmasters, Hayley Welsh and David Hollier. The street art was organised by Rise Gallery so if you want an informative tour, you can organise with them or you can wander freely.

Trafalgar Square Lions

Trafalgar Square is always at the top of the list to visit when in London. Despite being a popular tourist destination, not many take the time to take a really close inspection of the lions. The lions were created by the painter Sir Edwin Landseer. The lions were his first ode to sculpting having never worked with this medium in his career. In order to inform this project, Landseer requested a dead lion from London Zoo to use as his reference for the sculpture. However, as he worked the lion started to rot away. Next time you visit Trafalgar Square, see if you can spot whether this natural process of decomposition ended up incorporated into these iconic sculptures in the heart of London.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
05/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Open Air Activities
We present some of the best art-themed days out in London's open air

The festive season has come to a close and we are back to work! There are many great things to look forward to this year. However, with covid continuing to be a cause for concern, we present some outside activities and destinations that can allow you to soak in London’s culture whilst remaining safe and sound of mind!

The Walking Gallery, Acton

Covid-19 has led to a vast number of businesses closing shop, especially independent stores in the heart of communities outside the city centres. However, some councils have used this as an opportunity to be creative and aid the community. In Acton, you will not see empty shop windows staring back at you but a series of beautiful art works. Comprising six local artists, the Walking Gallery pieces are displayed in vacant shop units around Acton Town centre, all within walking distance of each other! Take advantage of the current state of further restrictions and head over to see how a community has rallied in this time and spun a silver lining out of covid misfortune.

Street Art in Croydon

When thinking of London it is not often that Croydon is at the top of the list of places to visit. However, this area has been going through an artistic revolution; last summer, Croydon’s streets became home to art murals by some huge international names such as Otto Schade, Dotmasters, Hayley Welsh and David Hollier. The street art was organised by Rise Gallery so if you want an informative tour, you can organise with them or you can wander freely.

Trafalgar Square Lions

Trafalgar Square is always at the top of the list to visit when in London. Despite being a popular tourist destination, not many take the time to take a really close inspection of the lions. The lions were created by the painter Sir Edwin Landseer. The lions were his first ode to sculpting having never worked with this medium in his career. In order to inform this project, Landseer requested a dead lion from London Zoo to use as his reference for the sculpture. However, as he worked the lion started to rot away. Next time you visit Trafalgar Square, see if you can spot whether this natural process of decomposition ended up incorporated into these iconic sculptures in the heart of London.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
05/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Open Air Activities
We present some of the best art-themed days out in London's open air

The festive season has come to a close and we are back to work! There are many great things to look forward to this year. However, with covid continuing to be a cause for concern, we present some outside activities and destinations that can allow you to soak in London’s culture whilst remaining safe and sound of mind!

The Walking Gallery, Acton

Covid-19 has led to a vast number of businesses closing shop, especially independent stores in the heart of communities outside the city centres. However, some councils have used this as an opportunity to be creative and aid the community. In Acton, you will not see empty shop windows staring back at you but a series of beautiful art works. Comprising six local artists, the Walking Gallery pieces are displayed in vacant shop units around Acton Town centre, all within walking distance of each other! Take advantage of the current state of further restrictions and head over to see how a community has rallied in this time and spun a silver lining out of covid misfortune.

Street Art in Croydon

When thinking of London it is not often that Croydon is at the top of the list of places to visit. However, this area has been going through an artistic revolution; last summer, Croydon’s streets became home to art murals by some huge international names such as Otto Schade, Dotmasters, Hayley Welsh and David Hollier. The street art was organised by Rise Gallery so if you want an informative tour, you can organise with them or you can wander freely.

Trafalgar Square Lions

Trafalgar Square is always at the top of the list to visit when in London. Despite being a popular tourist destination, not many take the time to take a really close inspection of the lions. The lions were created by the painter Sir Edwin Landseer. The lions were his first ode to sculpting having never worked with this medium in his career. In order to inform this project, Landseer requested a dead lion from London Zoo to use as his reference for the sculpture. However, as he worked the lion started to rot away. Next time you visit Trafalgar Square, see if you can spot whether this natural process of decomposition ended up incorporated into these iconic sculptures in the heart of London.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
05/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Open Air Activities
We present some of the best art-themed days out in London's open air

The festive season has come to a close and we are back to work! There are many great things to look forward to this year. However, with covid continuing to be a cause for concern, we present some outside activities and destinations that can allow you to soak in London’s culture whilst remaining safe and sound of mind!

The Walking Gallery, Acton

Covid-19 has led to a vast number of businesses closing shop, especially independent stores in the heart of communities outside the city centres. However, some councils have used this as an opportunity to be creative and aid the community. In Acton, you will not see empty shop windows staring back at you but a series of beautiful art works. Comprising six local artists, the Walking Gallery pieces are displayed in vacant shop units around Acton Town centre, all within walking distance of each other! Take advantage of the current state of further restrictions and head over to see how a community has rallied in this time and spun a silver lining out of covid misfortune.

Street Art in Croydon

When thinking of London it is not often that Croydon is at the top of the list of places to visit. However, this area has been going through an artistic revolution; last summer, Croydon’s streets became home to art murals by some huge international names such as Otto Schade, Dotmasters, Hayley Welsh and David Hollier. The street art was organised by Rise Gallery so if you want an informative tour, you can organise with them or you can wander freely.

Trafalgar Square Lions

Trafalgar Square is always at the top of the list to visit when in London. Despite being a popular tourist destination, not many take the time to take a really close inspection of the lions. The lions were created by the painter Sir Edwin Landseer. The lions were his first ode to sculpting having never worked with this medium in his career. In order to inform this project, Landseer requested a dead lion from London Zoo to use as his reference for the sculpture. However, as he worked the lion started to rot away. Next time you visit Trafalgar Square, see if you can spot whether this natural process of decomposition ended up incorporated into these iconic sculptures in the heart of London.

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