Summer is out and autumn is in. That ‘back to school’ feeling might not be welcome for the sun worshippers, but we think that an Ealing fall is fantastic…and our round-up of destinations will guide you on your socially-distanced autumnal adventures.
- Cosy up in a pub or two
Nothing beats a cosy British pub as we wave goodbye to sunny rooftop bars. Located 1.8 miles from Central Square is The Fox – a multi-award winner of ‘Pub of the Year’. Visitors can enjoy hearty home-cooked food and a pint in front of a roaring open fire. What’s more, The Fox has extended Eat out to Help out for September – get down there quickly!
- ‘Fall’ in love with London’s coat of orange
Kew Gardens and its world-famous Botanic Gardens are a sight to behold in the autumn months thanks to the fiery red and orange floral displays. Kew Gardens is located just over five miles from Central Square and for those wanting to visit, entry is on an advance booking system only. On colder days, you can still explore the gardens virtually without having to leave the house.
Central Square also has access to an array of open spaces on its doorstep. Residents can make the most of some of leafy Ealing’s open spaces, including Ealing Common, Brent Valley Park, Grand Union Canal and Pitshanger Park, all less than two miles from the development
- Feeling Ealing’s independent shops
It’s great to support local businesses in the area – especially as we come out of lockdown – and whether you’re a vintage music enthusiast or a boutique-loving fashionista, Ealing has a fantastic array of independent and eclectic places for shoppers to experience this autumn. Stores include Mooch, an award-winning independent gift shop, Frank & Salvi, a well-respected clothing and accessories boutique and Sounds Original, a must-visit shop for any self-respecting record collector.
- Culture Clash
While some of the events that would usually be taking place this autumn in London have been postponed or cancelled, you can still get your fix of arts and culture from artists, performers and craftspeople with an outdoor or digital programme. Visit London has a full list of the fun activities going on this autumn.
With easy access to the local amenities and open space, not to mention quick links into the city, Central Square is a wonderful place to live. If you’d like to know more, head over to our register your interest page now.