We thought we would put together a day trip itinerary for this Saturday around Waterloo.
Begin the day visiting London Makers Market at House of Vans, underneath Waterloo Station. Showcasing 28 independent makers and small businesses from 11-5pm this Saturday, there will be lots of explore, buy and enjoy. Focusing on sustainable, handmade and unique products, you'll be able discover one-off items not usually found on the high street.
Grab some food from the cafe on site - The Wall SE1. They have a selection of yummy hot food, and are now serving brunch.
Watch some skateboarding while you wait for your food. The kids are seriously talented!
Try your hand at t-shirt printing with Charlotte from Minus Cloud Nine from 11-3pm. This activity is part of Mental Heath Week, and each t-shirt will cost £10 and all profits will go to Mind Charity.
Stick around for Charlotte's free talk in the Cinema - Let's Talk Mental Health, where she will share her thoughts and personal experiences, talking openly about Mental Health. This will be a relaxed environment to open up conversations.
You'll still have time to visit the Haywood Gallery exhibition - Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child which is on until 7pm and finishes on Sunday 15th May. There are so many beautiful fabric pieces to admire, it's really worth a visit!
Being in the heart of Waterloo, there are tonnes of amazing places to eat. Make sure to book ahead for Saturday, as it might be hard to get a table.
We hope to see you at London Makers Market on Saturday, and have a fantastic weekend!