What’s on this weekend; 24th-26th July

The #PushTEAM are heading out and about the city this weekend and here’s what we’ll be up to ….

Enjoy a bottomless brunch with the best in London

“What’s better than brunch? A boozy brunch! From Peruvian-style parties to all-you-can-eat sushi, these are the best bottomless brunches in London, all featuring the winning combination of free-flowing bubbles and delicious food” – Country & Townhouse

Head to the Barbican Conservatory

“Barbican Conservatory, one of the most beautiful hidden spots in the capital, is welcoming members of the public for the first time in months. Even better, the resplendent spot is packed with tropical plants and ponds is open on weekdays for the first time, after previously only opening on Sundays” – Evening Standard

Visit the new Selfridges Alfresco Market

“Selfridges’ new Market on the Mews, running every weekend this summer, brings together a rotating edit of food, flowers, furniture, bikes and more. The outdoor market, a first for Selfridges, has been curated with the local community in mind, providing those who live in central London with the opportunity to shop more locally” – The Resident

Book a weekend in a dreamy woodland cabin

“The Trap is a gorgeous rural cabin with sweeping views of the Essex countryside, a healthy dose of mod cons and a restorative peacefulness that’ll soothe even the most-stressed out Londoners. Best of all, this beautiful spot lies a mere ten minutes from the end of the Central Line” – Secret London

Join a Yin & Restore class by Wild & Free Adventures

Come and enjoy this wonderfully slow but deep practice, moving with the breath (turning the volume up on the inside) on Sunday at 7.00pm. Taking time of for you to honour your body, creating space to unwind and relax for a whole 1.5hrs … what better way to spend a Sunday evening! This class is also FREE if you’re a frontline worker – Wild & Free Adventures

Create your own at-home jungle

“It’s time to turn your home into a DIY jungle with a plant and gardening subscription box […] That’s right; these plant and gardening subscription services are here to ensure you get your leafy kicks each month. And, better still, your plants will be delivered right to your doors, with plenty of handy tips and advice on how to keep them alive, too” – Stylist

Attend the Tomorrowland festival from home

“With most of the world’s biggest festivals postponed this year, some organisers have taken their offering digital – which means anyone can attend. Belgian dance-fest Tomorrowland will be streaming its 2020 offering around the world this weekend” – Condé Nast Traveller

Visit the new Camden Conscious Market

“Camden’s new conscious market, Buck Street Market, is an Instagrammer’s paradise […] Home to more than 80 food, drink and retail traders that all champion eco-conscious practices and products, it’s here to help us make better choices, to help us become more conscious consumers, and it’s the first of its kind in the UK” – The Resident

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