Summer Sporty Fun in London!

Fancy taking your little one’s outside to enjoy this glorious weather and stay active whilst doing so? Then put down those iPad’s, grab your shorts and sunnies and head to these great spots in London, perfect for kids! Kids People have got you sorted for those long sunny weekends and want to help you get your kids active this Summer ?


Coram Fields – ‘No adults unless accompanied by a child.’ Sounds pretty cool, eh?! Set beneath a canopy of mature trees, get on down to Coram’s Fields for something for everyone – except just adults. This beautiful park just for kids and their parents houses swings, slides and sandpits for the little ones to play on, has a Pet’s Corner full of goats, chickens and rabbits, sports pitches for your slightly older ones, and a little café for you to sit in and watch it all happen. It is open from 9am to dusk every day and there are drop-in activities to get involved with too – all for free! So, if you fancy some fun in the park without the joggers, without passers – by and full of other children to play with, then Coram’s Fields (Closest station: Russell Square) is the place for you!


Granary Square Fountains – Grab a spare change of clothes, pack a towel and get your swimsuit on and head to Granary Square Fountains close to Kings Cross Station to make the most of the weather while keeping your kids active this Spring and Summer. With 1080 individually controlled water jets, this splash park is a perfect way to keep your kids cool outdoors. They start off quite mellow at 7.40 am in the morning and tend to get more boisterous as the day goes on. If you are out late, then they are something to see, as after dark, the addition of coloured lighting creates a water display that will light up their faces and make the fountains even more impressive, especially to older siblings that might have been too “cool” to join in. And as if that wasn’t enough, they can download the Granary Squirt App, and from 4 till 5pm, can actually control the fountains from their phone with up to eight friends – an incredibly cool compromise to getting your kids getting active and not being too far away from their phones.

3) Brockwell Lido – If you’re little one’s love swimming, or you want somewhere to teach them, head to Brockwell Lido nestled in the corner of Brockwell Park this Spring for a big splash! A much- loved landmark and heart of the local community, the Art Deco Grade II listed building has been extended and transformed and now offers fantastic health and fitness facilities all year round. Get your kids swimming and having fun here or at any lido’s around London – a full list can be found here:

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