We are THE free and independent peer support group for mums and mumpreneurs based in London. We support each other through the joys and challenges we face with raising our children (no matter how young or old they are) in such an exciting and sometimes isolating metropole.
In addition to sharing views and tips online, we believe strongly in face-to-face interaction. E-mails, newsletters, and websites are fine, but there are times when you just want to get out, get some fresh air, and meet up with other adults.
We understand that – we feel that way too. We organise a number of activities for mums (and dads) and babies, school children and even teenagers – including meet-ups, tweet-ups, workshops, conferences, trips to view exhibitions at the National Gallery, movies at the local cinema, nature walks and great parties. Google+
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Olly Murs is to headline Rays of Sunshine Charity Concert at The Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 4th May 2014.
Also performing will be Pixie Lott, Flawless, Elyar Fox and Eliza Doolittle. The concert will be the fifth hosted by Rays of Sunshine Children’s Charity
which grants wishes to seriously ill children in the UK. Olly and Pixie are both ambassadors for Rays of Sunshine and regularly give up their time to make wishes come true for seriously and terminally ill children in the UK. Read More »
Over 150 MG cars ranging in age from the late 1920s to the modern day MGF sports models will be on display on the Lower Lawns in the Castle grounds, as MG Owners' Club members showcase their very own pieces of motoring history. Read More »
Commemorating the 371st anniversary of the Siege of Arundel Castle during the English Civil War, Raven Tor Living History Group will be portraying the Royalist defenders and towns folk, trapped in the Castle during the 18 day siege.
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'Addictive' rhythmic exercises involving balance, eye tracking and coordination can help after just three days of training.
These exercises help with making the eyes move nicely for reading, the ears process more sounds for listening /talking clearly and improve coordination for things you want them to do like neat writing. It also helps with improving coordination for things they want to do like.... football, gymnastics, bike riding ballet and swimming. Read More »
Interactive and practical training sessions in a small group presented by Monica Costa of London Mums Magazine who will share her knowledge on SEO Search engine optimisation - the basic steps to understand how to boost online traffic including using social media to drive new customers online. Read More »
Get ready for the third instalment from the Middle School series from world best-selling author James Patterson, as the hilarious MIDDLE SCHOOL: MY BROTHER IS A BIG FAT LIAR is available in paperback now. Read More »
March is one of my favourite times of the year because it heralds the start of spring which, for me, is all about change and exciting new ventures and projects. I cheated a little bit this year and started early by giving my daughter’s room a cheap and easy DIY makeover
, and the project has got me pumped for even more creative DIY projects and cleaning exercises. But I’m not the only one that’s had spring on my mind lately – all you London mums have too! I’ve picked out a few questions that sum up the theme of this month’s questions nicely: spring cleaning. Read More »
Don't miss this year's International Women’s Day 2014 event at London’s City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, More London, London SE1 2AA. Read More »
In the past few days something amazing has happened to me, I shared my story.
I shared the story of my battle with postnatal depression on social media. I shared it on twitter and on Facebook. Read More »
Dream On, Amber is a funny and heart-warming story about Amber who misses her dad. He left when she was little and is not coming back. Therefore, to deal with this harsh fact and other challenging scenarios (like starting secondary school) Amber dreams up lots of ways to help deal with these problems, which don't all work out as she had planned! Read More »