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27 October 2009


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You have given nice suggestions to us.This is really helpful for us.I will sure recommend this to my all friends.Thank you very much for giving such a good information.


Hi there, great ideas and what a cool Jack o'Lantern photo. I actually run a new website with lots of child friendly stuff to do in London (http://www.reallykidfriendly.com) - just search for places in your neighbourhood / South bank / west end, etc or look at the What's On page for things to do for free or during half-term. I've got two toddlers, so there are plenty of ideas for under 5s. If you get lots of mums taking you up on your fab ideas above, I'd love it if they stopped by my site afterwards to tell other parents about their experiences!

Janine Clements

Brilliant - great to have all these in one place. Thank you!


Thanks for some great ideas, Brilliant!


I'm too late for Halloween, but don't forget the old standbys: ride on top of a double-decker bus (free for under fives, if not for the adult they're with), going up and down escalators in a department store, walking alongside the Thames, chasing pigeons and running in Battersea Park. Love London with littles!

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