On 8th September 2022, people all joined together, wherever they were in the world, to both celebrate the life of an extraordinary woman, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and also to mourn her loss. She leaves behind the richest of legacies, and due to her indefatigable spirit and commitment to serve her people, many of us feel as if we have lost someone very close to us. Our family is our lasting legacy, and the Queen was Mother to four children, Grandma to eight grandchildren, Gan-Gan to twelve great-grandchildren, and the mother of the British nation.
There’s no better way to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s life and her historic Platinum Jubilee year than a visit to Buckingham Palace. While The Palace can’t guarantee a chaotic tea party with Paddington Bear, this remarkable location offers the ultimate royal experience at the home of the British monarchy.
London Mums share the best wild swimming spots in Spain. As a country we are slowly discovering our love for wild swimming, where you take a dive in rivers, lakes or natural pools and enjoy a swim surrounded by nature. But in Spain this practice has been popular for a very long time, even though the country is most famous for its beaches. For every beautiful beach on the coast, you will find that there is a stunning wild swimming location inland
Spain-Holiday, the number 1 portal for finding the best holiday rentals in Spain, decided to help tourists discover these hidden wild swimming spots by making a ranking of the favourite swim locations of the Spanish! The ranking was made using the searches on Google by Spanish people, to find out which ones are the most searched for. Are you ready to discover some of the most magical places in Spain?
Have your cake with peace of mind and eat it with our low sugar banana bread recipe. The trick is in the no sugar, low calorie sweetener as an alternative to using sugar. The proof is in the pudding and you won’t be disappointed with the twist on this all time classic.
The death of The Queen has left a void and at this extremely sad time, London Mums have reached out to childhood bereavement charity, Winston’s Wish, that has shared ways you can talk to children about the death of Queen Elizabeth.
A much-loved and highly respected public figure, Queen Elizabeth dedicated her life to public service and helping others, earning the affection of generations here in the United Kingdom, across the Commonwealth and around the world. With these events likely impacting much of the British nation as the country goes into mourning, Winston’s Wish shares advice on how you can explain this to your children.
London Mums Magazine recently sent a group of reporters to Draughts Hackney, 41 Kingsland High St, London E8 2JS to play board games and drink beer.
We arrived at Draughts which is a unique cafe bar that contains a wide array of board games to allow you to entertain yourself whilst having a delightful drink or meal. The restaurant provides an original experience that can’t be matched at any other venue. We were warmly welcomed by the organisers of the event. We then went onto playing board games and eating delicious food.