To enter our new #DLR30 competition, just email the name of your favourite Christmas show (theatre, film or TV) to email@example.com by 23:59 Sunday.
We know it’s a bit early to start thinking about the festive season, but this one’s special. We’ve got a pair of tickets to see The Box of Delights at Wilton’s Music Hall (during the dates 1 – 6 December 2017).
Just send an email telling us the best tour you’ve ever been on to firstname.lastname@example.org (in no more than 15 words).
Enjoy a no-holds barred, top-rated tour of Meantime’s award-winning brewery, including a tutored tasting of some of their modern craft beers. You’ll be in the company of expert guides who know the secrets of brewing beer that’s full of flavour.
Summer holidays can feel like they go on forever and, towards the end of it, the days just seem to repeat themselves. So, after being strapped in a pram for weeks, endless play dough sessions, never-ending rolling around in blankets, curtains and laundry and working nightshifts building things with bricks, my son had just had enough. Was there nothing better to do?
London is blessed with almost every kind of transport. Seeing how many different kinds of travel you can fit in one day is a great way to see the sights and have fun, especially with children. So, why not make the most of it and have a transport-themed day out just like we did?
We have a top day out in Greenwich for 2 people to give away, taking in the Cutty Sark, The Royal Observatory and a meal for 2 at the Rivington Greenwich. To enter, just email the name of your favourite boat or ship from any period of history to: competitions@Tfl.gov.uk (Boaty McBoatface is not admissible).
Love boats? The East End is rich in maritime history – and you can explore lots of it via the DLR. On our visit we started out at St Katharine Docks, not far from Tower Gateway.
It’s a little hidden gem away from the bustle around Tower Bridge and lovely to wander around. It’s the marina closest to central London and in season, has lots of boats moored which gives it a sense of the seaside in the capital. The Dickens Inn is a fabulous 18th century docks warehouse next to the marina that has been restored and you can enjoy food and drink here in the beamed restaurants.
On Saturday some of you took part in our Know London Walking challenge, navigating around London to find Legible London signs and scan as many QR codes as possible. As is to be expected in England, we had a little bit of rain, but we still had plenty of entries from a huge variety of people aged 9 to 66 – well done to everyone who took part!