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chillin
Latest freebies wih John Lewis card. Its free to sign up, me thinks and just got voucers for free tea and cake once a month for next few months
 

abcdmedia

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I wanted to mention to you the great time that can be had on a Tuesday evening in New Cross at the Amersham Arms. I'm not a Jazz fan but have been recording a number of gigs for the SE Collective and have to say that the standard of musicianship has been absolutely breath-taking week after week, actually quite an experience, very original acts, worth having a look at. I think they need to do a lot more work in marketing their events which they have been holding for just over two years now. Please take a look at their site http://secollective.blogspot.co.uk/ You can also hear some of the gigs I have recorded there, a list that will grow via this link http://andandand.tripod.com/livemusic.htm
 

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chillin
Sorry, forgot this one. Free cuppa's to be had at Twinings in the Strand. If you go to the far end of the shop on the right,
they will happily give you a sample of a freshly made cuppa to try.
 

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chillin
Went to Kenwood House yesterday. It was free. Recently reopened great collection of paintings by some noted and less noted artists and no barriers all around the place. Artists that spring to mind were Rembrandt (another self portrait), Landseer, Turner, Constable, Reynolds, Gainsborough, Vermeer Etc. Etc.

A great collection of art, furniture and armour closer to central London is the Wallace Collection. That too is free.
 

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chillin
Not events as such but I see walks have already been mentioned....The London Lopp and the Capital Ring are superb walks and are designed to be walked in small bite sized sections. A great way of discovering bits of town you never knew existed.

http://www.walklondon.org.uk/

Open occasionally is the Crystal Palace Museum http://www.crystalpalacemuseum.org.uk/index.html

another off beat museum and one of my faves http://www.testingmuseum.org.uk/

Freebies...Waitrose give a free tea or coffee and paper to card holders.
http://www.urban75.net/forums/threads/supermarkets-middle-class-customer-revolt.318961/

Oh dear, perhaps I should have said nothing about the Waitrose freebies, said with tail firmly between legs :facepalm:
 

Rutita1

Council Estate Socialist
Storm Weathers
Hi All

A friend has sent me information about this free vintage giveaway tomorrow
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Beyond Retro Giveaway

Our Boss is Away, so We're GIVING STUFF AWAY'

Big news! While the boss is on the other side of the world, we have decided to hold our biggest giveaway yet! While the cats away and all that jazz... so fill your boots while you can! A FREE gift to our dedicated lovers of all things retro... you're most welcome.
Come and rummage in our Cheshire Street store this Saturday 1st March (yes you could say we are as mad as a March Hare) to bag yourself a one off FREE item! With over 1,000 pieces of our own label and vintage gems to give away, you can choose from skirts, dresses, sweatshirts, military jackets and woven sandals... the list is endless!
Just remember... these treasures ain't hangin' around for long, so get here quick to get the pick of the bunch. As a very wise man once said- you snooze you loose!
Ready, set, rummage! No pennies required, No purchase necessary, it's FREE, yep totally and utterly FREE. Just pick your favourite item, take it to the till to be bagged and give your email address. Shopping has never felt so fun!
They may say that there is no such thing as a free lunch, but least you can enjoy it knowing you didn't have to pay for your new threads!

SATURDAY 1ST MARCH: 10am@ BEYOND RETRO 110-112 CHESHIRE STREET E2 6EJ
http://www.beyondretro.com/en/blog/2014/02/24/our-boss-is-away-so-we-are-giving-stuff-away/
 

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chillin
For freebies; some places will accept carers for free. I don't know who they considered the carer and who was the cared for,
but Wisley just did me two for one as the considered me or my ma in law a carer!
 

Manuka

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image.jpg In addition to the Urban Art Fair in Brixton, come to Stanley Halls in SE25 for a free art exhibition in the 'real 'hood'!

196 will drop you straight outside the Halls. Overground to Norwood Junction and it's a 3min walk! Come and check it out...
 

friendofdorothy

Solidarity against neoliberalism!
Anything cheap /free coming up in August - I have two 17 year olds visiting me from oop north, aug 7 for a a few days.
All ideas welcome...
 

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chillin
How cheap do you want things?
Ive just had a quick spin on the outdoor gym on Clapham Common and note the equipment has USB sockets for charging devices.
 

Riklet

procrastinación
I'm in london the next few days.

Where's good for checking out listings? I was gonna do a few museums, the free-er the better!

Any decent free gigs on either? Ta!
 

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chillin
Walkie talkie, 20 fenchurch st is free. Good views, expensive once you are up there for drinks etc. And needs booking in advance.
 

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chillin
But is it free public access without a booking to the top / somewhere high up in the building?
The ky Garden, 20 Fenchurch St is free, though booking is required two or three days ahead or visit; ID is requested on entry. Once up on top, there is no obligation to spend a penny and you are free to wander around all 360 degrees.
 
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