London is probably the best city in the world in terms of activities for families and children including lots of free activities and events. We list here lots of initiatives that we believe London Mums and their children from babies to teenagers would enjoy especially at the most entertaining places such as the Science Museum, The V&A, Kew Gardens, Kensington Palace, Hyde Park, Richmond Park, Greenwich, West End shows, the London Eye, the London Aquarium, Kingston upon Thames, Chelsea, SouthBank and so much more.

Teach your kids the power of charity with Race For The Cure 2021

Keeping fit has been so important this year especially since the children were being home schooled and enjoyed their daily session with Joe Wicks (The Body Coach). 

This year there is a new fundraising event taking place called Race For The Cure 2021.

This event can involve anyone and everyone it shows a community spirit and teaches our families the importance of supporting charities. Why not get your friends, family, local school or work colleagues together and raise money for those affected by breast cancer?

Race for the Cure is a 3km walk or 5km run that is taking place from Sunday 26 September to Sunday 10 October 2021 to raise money in the UK for The Pink Ribbon Foundation but also all over Europe for #BreastCancer charities.

Due to Covid this event will be a virtual event meaning that you can personalise it to fit in with your lifestyle; it could be a sponsored toddle or tricycle ride for the pre-schoolers, a sponsored walk or jog at school, it could even be a swim or a tennis match however you see fit to fundraise for a great cause.

Registrations are now open at and you can sign up as an individual or create a team and get friends/colleagues to join you.

We are stronger together!

The Pink Ribbon Foundation (Reg Charity No 1080839) is a grant making trust with a mission to fund projects and provide financial support to UK charities which relieve the needs of people who are suffering from, or who have been affected by breast cancer.

Find out more at For more information please contact me, Juliette Morrison  at

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