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Autumnal Activities

  Autumn is one of our favourite times of the year, think cozy jumpers, chai lattes, crisp orange leaves on the ground. Whilst the temperature may have dropped theres still plenty of things to do! We've put together a list of autumnal activities everyone can enjoy.
    
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1. Visit Sheffield Park, East Sussex 
Famous for its autumnal colour, Sheffield Park is a beautiful place for a walk amongst nature. Treat yourself to a cream tea in the cafe afterwards to warm up. 
  
    
2. Go apple picking
Getting your fruit and veg from a local pick your own farm is much more fun (and eco friendly) that the supermarket! Many farms even need help collecting fallen fruits from the ground and will let you keep it for free! Why not turn your picking into toffee apples or make a comforting apple pie.  
   
3. Light a bonfire 
The shorter days and cooler nights are perfect for hosting your own bonfire (outdoor space required!). Invite some friends over, make a tub of hot apple cider (this recipe is one of our favourites) and crack out the sparklers. 
  
   
4. Host a pumpkin carving competition 
With Halloween just around the corner, what better time to practice your pumpkin carving skills! You could even turn it into a friendly(!) competition. 
  

5. Take a trip to the theatre! 
The biggest broadway musical of the decade is finally arriving in London.  Hamilton, a hip-hop musical about Alexander Hamilton is already sold out for the initial dates, but look out for ticket lotteries in November! The show runs from November 21st - June 30th 2018 at Victoria Palace Theatre, St James's Park London. 
    
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