#HaleYeah – Hale hotspots for the Bank Holiday

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Tottenham Hale is a hotspot of amazing activities and eateries, and with the summer Bank Holiday upon us, we know you will be looking for some new London activities to fill this long weekend.

Whether it’s your stomping ground of choice or you’re a first time visitor, Tottenham is the place to be. With a wide variety of events and exhibitions for all ages taking place, we can see why there is so much excitement around the community. Here’s a hand-picked list of just some of our favourite things to do.

Experience the flavour at El Botellon

Looking for something a little spicy to kick off the sizzling summer weekend? In Tottenham Hale, the best of Botellón Latino is now in the palm of your hand with the most authentic Spanish tapas and Cuban cocktails at El Botellon – you won’t regret splashing out on a plate or 6!

Lazy River Rides

Kick back and relax on your very own private vessel as you glide down the waterways of Tottenham Hale. Over at Lee Valley Boat Centre you can hire a small boat for a day and explore the open waterways and stunning countryside. Perfect for a family day out or a picnic with friends on the water!

Head down to Ally Pally!

Slightly further afield but still within reach of Tottenham Hale is the magical world of the Alexandra Palace. With endless activities to enjoy here this summer bank holiday, you certainly won’t be bored!

From outdoor Pitch & Put to the Ally Pally Boating Lake, this is the perfect place to have some bank holiday fun. Plus, on Sunday 30th August, Campsbourne School is hosting is the Alexandra Palace Farmers Market from 10am – 3pm. Handmade pies, cakes & biscuits, relishes & sauces, smoked meats & fish, freshly marinated olives are just some of the delicious items you can pick up.

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Published on 21|08|2020

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