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4.5 based on 161 reviews
With the longest indoor track in the UK, Capital Karts Go Karting London is a thrilling new addition to the London go Karting scene! Race our brand new karts at speeds of up to 45mph on a perfect blend of fast straights, flowing corners and tight hairpins which ensures lap times of well over a minute around our giant 1050m circuit. Come here with your friends, family work colleagues or as part of a stag party or birthday group. Ideally located with easy access from both the heart of the city and the M25, Capital Karts is an essential new edition to the London entertainment scene.
visited Capital Karts for the first time, found the staff helpful and friendly. Enjoyed the session so much had to have another go !! Can see this being one of our favourite venues, plus I just have to get a quicker time than my son.... convinced him he is only quicker due to weight speed ratio !! Looking forward to our next visit, certainly worth the travelling. Can't recommend highly enough.. though could have done with a slightly larger pair of overalls.... but this big fella not going to worry about that ! See you again soon ....
4.5 based on 305 reviews
It's beautiful to visit in the Summer,it is reasonably safe to visit but I would like to see more benches for us to sit on.Toilets need to be kept clean by both the public and the cleaners.....
A great day out for all the family beautiful Gardens and lakes plus also a boating lake, also has a cafe real treat for the family.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
We visited here having looked on the National Trust website. Wow, what a find. This is a beautifully restored house, with good attentive staff and a lovely cafe. It's bang in the middle of a council estate and you would never drive down the road and expect to see this. A lovely place to visit.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
Discover a beautiful country house and Gardens in the heart of Ilford. Visit the recreated Victorian kitchen and Georgian rooms, with gorgeous views over surrounding parkland. Enjoy contemporary art Exhibitions and installations. Explore the stunning historic Gardens. Bring the whole family for hands-on games, activities and discovery trails. Valentines Mansion is open to the public on Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 10am and 5pm, and Sundays from 11am to 4pm. Entry to the mansion is free.Valentines Gardens are open throughout the year. The Gardener's Cottage Cafe, set within the tranquil walled Gardens, is open throughout the year from 10am to sunset.Valentines Mansion is also available to hire for a whole host of functions, from weddings and celebrations, to business meetings and seminars. It also makes an ideal location for filming and photoshoots.For full details visit our web site. Nearest Tube: Gants Hill Underground Station on the Central Line (5 minute walk).
Very enjoyable visit three floors full of interesting design ideas pictures,stained glass. On the top floor the creators of some beautiful work . Will visit again for sure. The grounds are lovely even at this time of year and the tea room is perfect with an indoor and outdoor area.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
Family event for 14 every year - wouldn't miss it. Entertaining and very enjoyable. Stafff are all helpful and Its a pleasure to be there. Something for everyone. Our ages are 2 - 80 and everybody sings, shouts and laughs throughout the performance. Great show.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
A nice little theatre. Small bar that sells coffee tea alcohol and crisps etc. The theatre is quite small but very nice. The Elvis show was superb we absolutey loved it. Pete Storm is the best Elvis we have seen. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Would not hesitate to visit again.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
St Margaret of Antioch is a lively parish church in the heart of Barking. The area has a rich history. The great Barking Abbey dating from 666AD, established Barking as an early centre of the Christian faith. After William the Conqueror's coronation, a large scale riot forced the king and his closest followers to flee to Barking, making it the first Norman capital of England - albeit for a few months. The fishing industry grew with the town, making Barking home to one of the most important fishing fleets in the country. St Margaret's itself dates from 1215 and is noted for the marriage of Captain James Cook on 21st December 1762 and the burial place of Sir Crisp Gascoyne, Mayor of the City of London. Short guided tours can be arranged through the parish office. Why not top off your visit with a warm drink and a slice of cake in the Refectory? We are a short walk from Barking Station, which can be reached via the London Underground's District and Hammersmith & City Lines, the London Overground and the C2C.
Christened there, married there, as were the rest of my family and had Dads funeral service there. It is a beautiful church with lovely grounds. Some history thrown in.
5 based on 9 reviews
Very friendly, Good Sermons good music which comes up on a big screen. The vicar is very approachable and has a sense of humour as well as the more serious side of worship and praise. In the music they had a guitar, drums and piano. Traditional hymns and more modern ones were sung. They are celebrating 75years anniversary next Sunday with an after service lunch this should be really something , Well worth a visit
5 based on 1 reviews
People always say that St Erkenwald is the place to be but they never tell you how incredible it going to be, but to be honest I am a huge fan of Churches
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