Happening Hammersmith – Three local activities for Mother’s Day

Hammersmith is one of the rare areas of London with a personality that hasn’t changed in the last few years. Its proximity to public transport, local amenities, parks, and good schools has been established for some time, and its strong sense of community has been identified by its growing community. It also has an abundance of cultural activities that might suits you and your Mum this Mother’s Day. So if you live in Hammersmith or aspire to one day, here is a list of activities we've put together for Mother’s Day or indeed or any other day of the year.

Olympia London – Ideal Home Show in town

Since you’re on a property website, you might like this one. One of London’s most popular home shows is on from Friday 24 March to Sunday 9 April. Here you’ll be able to see the latest home gadgets, a live kitchen theatre, demonstration theatres, celebrity guests, beauty bar and catwalk, and iconic show homes.

Where– 13 minute walk from Brackenbury Square, Hammersmith Grove*

More info- https://www.ents24.com/london-events/london-olympia

Ravenscourt Park – Serene surroundings and quality time

Simplicity and quality time might be all your Mum wants this Mother’s Day. So why not take her to Ravenscourt Park?  With 13 hectares of natural, serene lakes and greens and a Green Flag Award, this is a great opportunity to show your Mum that London has a charming, relaxing side to it as well.

Where– 13 minute walk from Brackenbury Square, Hammersmith Grove

More info- https://www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk/ravenscourt-park

Bush Theatre – Relaxed atmosphere in an intimate setting

Recommended plays

Black Lives, Black Words  - In the backdrop of Moonlight’s success, this theatrical performance explores the black diaspora’s experiences in some of the largest multicultural cities in the world, Chicago, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Baltimore and London.

Guards at the TajThis ‘wickedly funny’ award-winning play from Pulitzer Prize nominee Rajiv Joseph, makes the audience of today revisit questions about art and privilege through the world of slaves and labourers in India.

Community Concessions- Bush Theatre prides itself on community inclusiveness. Check out this section of the website to see how you can receive regular discounts.

Where– 10 minutes on Hammersmith and City Line from Brackenbury Square, Hammersmith Grove

More information on what’s on- https://www.bushtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/

Brackenbury Square

With just a few two bedroom apartments remaining, Brackenbury Square is a stylish collection of apartments in Hammersmith Grove. There is a private landscaped courtyard in the heart of the development and secure allocated underground parking.

Learn more about the growing community in Hammersmith Grove

*Distance and times taken from Google Maps

**Image credit to Benjamin Magana via Flickr