It’s nice to be back on the old blogging wagon. So what does Lanky girl advise you get up to this week…
Sales, Sales Sales!
Dover Street Market sale:
With 40% off many of top end designers, this sale shouldn’t be missed by any fashionista.
Until Tue Jan 11 Dover Street Market, 17-18 Dover St, W1S 4LT
Liberty winter sale
The place to go for all your special items, with 30 -60% of selected womenswear at the momment you have every excuse to splash out on something for the new year.
Until Jan 30 2011, Liberty Carnaby Street W1
Last Chance for Ice Skating
This week is your last chance to try you hand at ice skating in one of London’s many places of interest.
Set in the home of tyrant monarch Henry VIII, Hampton Court Palace is a majestical place to visit.
|Children (under 16)
London Eye Ice Rink Until Jan 5 2011, London Eye
Take a ride on the eye with a loved one and then end it hand in hand with some ice skating close to the Southbank. A lovely treat for you and your family.
||INDIVIDUAL PRICES ON THE DAY
|Adult (16 Plus)
|Child (4-15 years)
|Family of Four*
Natural History Museum Ice Rink Until Jan 9 2011, Natural History Museum
Lanky girl had a lovely time skating under the stars with friends for my birthday in November, ending with some lovely mulled wine. Definately recommended.
Children (12 and under): £8.50 peak / £8 off-peak
Adults: £13 peak / £11.50 off-peak
Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children): £36 peak / £31 off-peak
Tower of London Ice Rink Until Jan 9 2011, Tower of London
|Child (under 16)
Winter Wonderland Ice Rink Until Jan 4 2011, Hyde Park
Winter wonderland in Hyde Park is London’s biggest open air ice rink. It is also one of the prettiest places to skate. Only 2 days left to enjoy it though!
Adult tickets from £10
Child tickets from £8
Family tickets from £28
Ice Guides from £30
Fancy a bit of culture?
First Wednesday’s 5th Jan 2011, Various locations in West London
For all you culture vultures,” join West London’s cultural spaces with a series of art and design launches, exclusive collaborations and one-off events on the first Wednesday of each month, when Notting Hill’s creative spaces get together to promote greater cultural communication and exchanges. With many of the area’s galleries and design studios keeping their doors open until 9pm, you won’t be stuck for ways to spend your evening”.
See http://www.firstwednesdays.co.uk/ for more information.