You could never accuse life of being slow or boring in London, and September, like every month in the capital, is brimming with activities and events.
If your wallet is feeling the pinch after your summer holiday, September can often be a month for ‘cutting back’. Although with many events going on that cost no money to attend, Londoners and visitors alike can get out and about without having to spend a penny.
We look at two free London events in September 2011.
The Thames Festival
Saturday 10 – Sunday 11 September, 2011
The Mayor’s Thames Festival is one of London’s largest free festivals. This colourful and vibrant festival celebrates the capital’s multi-culturalism and brings together different communities to rejoice the city and the River Thames in the most imaginative and creative of ways possible.
Choirs, live music, art installations, street art, river races, food and drink, carnivals, pyrotechnics and so much more, will line the River Thames’ banks from Tower Bridge to Westminster Bridge.
Be sure to attend one of the biggest and most spectacular street festivals in Europe, and it need not cost you a penny.
French Property Exhibition
Friday 23 – Sunday 25 September, 2011
Come and dream about owning a property in French bliss at the French Property Exhibition. Attendees can view thousands of properties. From coastal, city, modern, old and rural, the show will cater for all tastes and budgets. There will be many free seminars put on discussing issues related to buying a property in France.
The event is organised by Archant France, publishers of French Property News and Living France Magazines.
Visit fpeolympia.com for further details.