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Good to know: Time Run: An Escape
 
With five of your friends be challenged with puzzles and wicked problems and questions through a series of three rooms. It's is mysterious, scary, but makes you think twice before making a decision. More about "Time Run: An Escape" on here
From £24. 23rd April until 2nd June. 9-15 Helmsley Place, E8 3SB. 
 
 
 
Breakfast tips: Worth a little walk
 
  If you need a retreat from the dusty, hot and vibrant city streets, take a walk down the Regent's Canal. In case you have enough time and energy, you can go as far and try out the Counter Cafe. Located close to Hackney Wick you will, once again, be reminded of why you chose East London as your favourite place. Calm, laidback and happy. 
Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm. Sat-Sun: 9am-5pm. 7 Roach Road, E3 2PA. 
 
 
 
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  The Olympic Park is really not one of my favourite places. The only reason I came here the other day was The View Tube. The community centre is a little random, but exhibits local artists, supports the green site of things through gardening and educational programs and is accessoized with a cozy cafè. 
Free. Mon-Sun: 9am-5pm. The Greenway, Marshgate Lane, E15 2PJ
 
 
 
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Good to know: The world needs fixing
 
  Shoes, fridge shelves, drawers, wires, flowerpots - everything eventually wears out or breaks. Usually you'd put that broken something somewhere deep down in your cupboard where it would sit and rot for the next five years, until you'd finally throw it away. You can bring your broken stuff back into life: sugru  is used like play-dough, bonds to almost any other material and cures by just exposing it to air. (Diesen Satz hab ich auch von der Homepage, ist das ok?) Have a look at the best projects and fixes - and start getting creative yourself!
 
 
 
For all of you who thought winter was over
 

 
 
 
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