NECK & NECK

May 19, 2009

What’s happening this week end?

There are lots of events going on for the little ones. Here we recomend you some of them.

… Alexandra Palace Funfair

Alexandra Palace FunfairThis May Funfair at Ally Pally serves up a colourful cocktail of events with dodgems, rides, stalls with prizes and refreshments. It’s a traditional fair, in the Pavillion car park, crammed full of all the classic treats and a raft of prize stalls with giant-sized cuddly Donald ducks waiting to be won. Children can career about in dodgems, battering their sibling’s cars from the rear with glee. There’s also plenty of cavity inducing candy floss for kids to gorge on throughout the day. It’s free to wander around the stalls but you pay for the rides.

At: Alexandra Palace in Alexandra Palace Way, Haringey, London. Telphone: 02083652121

…. Oxford Free Traffic Family Day

For the first time ever the west side of Ofxford Street will closed to traffic over the second bank holiday weekend in May. The busy shopping street will be transformed into a giant kids’ playground with a 13 metre dinosaur, a huge model rocket and dozens of live characters from the new film, Night at the Museum 2. There’s free family entertainment in the shape of street performers, giant TV screens and an attempt at the largest pass-the-parcel. Most of the stores on the street will be tempting shoppers in with bargainful giveaways.

www.westendvip.com

… Fantasy Fountains

Fantasy FountainsOn the second May Bank Holiday Monday, the 25th of May, we recomend you to take the family to Somerset House  where the famous courtyard fountains are the inspiration for this week’s free family drop-in workshop, Fantasy Fountains. There will be  unpredictable jets of water for the kids to play and  which help them cool down on a hot summer’s day.  They will be also be enjoying the fountains of  nearby River Thames and the ones of the naval history of the grand house and former royal residence. 

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