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POPS PICKS: Spring on the Bank Holiday

Fresh out of Easter’s long weekend, May is bringing a double dose of Bank Holiday bliss. May might just be the best month of the year! At POPS we are always hoping for hot weather but we’ve picked a selection of ways you can spend your holiday, even if the sun isn’t shining.

Fulham Beach

The beach is back and what feels more like summer than sand in your shoes. You can enjoy cocktails in between table tennis, beer bong & shuffleboard games. Heading there with a big group of friends, you can takeover a beach hut and settle in for the day. If you needed more convincing, they even welcome dogs!

https://www.neverlandlondon.com/

Roof East

May means the reopening of all our favourite rooftop hangouts. Roof East is the ultimate adult playground with plenty of games, crazy golf and the resident Rooftop Film Club. Street food stands serving anything from burgers to vegan Vietnamese means there is something for everyone to tuck into.

http://www.roofeast.com/

Dalloway Terrace

If your Bank Holidays are all about brunch, hop over to Dalloway Terrace. Their spectacular Spring Jungle is the perfect setting for feasting with friends, not to mention the Instagram opportunity. If you don’t believe us, sneak a peek here.

https://dallowayterrace.com/

Van Gogh and Britain

Only open until August, you don’t want to miss the largest collection of Vincent Van Gogh’s work in the UK for nearly 10 years. Featuring some of his most notorious paintings, including Sunflowers, you might be tempted to Gogh for a walk along the river after.

https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/ey-exhibition-van-gogh-and-britain

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