What’s on this weekend; 15-17th May

Not sure if you want to risk going outside just yet? Not to worry, we’ve rounded up some ideas of what you can do over the weekend …

Work on your next holiday bucket list

Though we’ve all had to sadly cancel our travel plans for this year, before we know it, it’ll be 2021 and we’ll be ready to jet-set across the globe again. With Blank Canvas, you can start to build you holiday bucket list. The team are here to help you plan your dream adventure whether it be; Luxe, Classic, Chilled, Wild, Adventurous, a Honeymoon, or you want to travel Solo

Learn a new creative skill at home

“The Indytute is a great place for trying a new skill or taking a creative class. It’s now running online sessions, so you can pick up a new hobby at home. There’s a whole range of classes available, including a Clay Club for an at-home pottery kit with air-dry clay and access to video tutorials to help you create plant pots, bowls and tiles” – Condé Nast Traveller

Shake It Cocktail Masterclass

“Bringing all the essentials straight to your door, the Shake It Virtual Masterclass provides cocktail lovers with everything they need to become a mixologist extraordinaire, giving you the opportunity to add a few more strings to your bow, as well as impress your housemates with some restaurant-worthy bevs” – Secret London

Create the perfect indoor garden

“Whether you’re looking to become an expert gardener or keen to spruce up your home with some indoor plants, there are some amazing online flower shops for getting foliage delivered to your doorstep including; Patch Plants, Crocus, and Beards & Daisies” – Country & Townhouse

Enjoy some DIY beauty

Make your selfcare sunday a little more fun with Crabtree & Evelyn. The brand has (re)launched with a series of DIY beauty products including their Leafy Green Mask, a customisable, dry powder mask which can be mixed with water or your favourite toner to create your personalised recipe

Take a happiness class at YALE

“Yale University has the perfect solution to keeping happiness alive amid the trying times of the coronavirus pandemic. The Ivy League College is making its widely-popular ‘happiness’ course available online for free via Coursera. Taught by psychology professor Laurie Santos, the course focuses on understanding happiness in life” – Travel + Leisure

Borough Market Foodie Chats

Borough Market is launching a series of weekly virtual talks, starting this week with Melissa Hemsley, who will be exploring sustainable food choices as well as sharing some of the recipes in her cookbooks. The talks will be livestreamed on Zoom. The coming weeks will include discussions on what lockdown has been like in different cities and the relationship between food and our mental health” – Condé Nast Traveller

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