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London already has a load of new terraces and outside spaces this summer, but Bourne and Hollingsworth have several killer USPs that they're banking on to make their new Hoxton summer experience, Beautiful Allotment, a must-visit. To start with, guests who book their summer countryside takeover of the gardens at The Geffrye Museum will be able to kick things in proper Countryfile style, getting picked up in a tractor pulling a vintage trailer complete with botanical bar on board.

The gardens themselves will get a complete makeover - aiming to bring urbanites stuck in the city for the summer a little taste of the English countryside. So there'll be potting sheds, vegetable patches, BBQ areas and even ‘garden-tenders’ roaming the grounds with wheelbarrow bars.

Although groups of four or under can walk in, it does sound as if this more of a group thing - so if you're planning a party, this sounds like it could be just the thing. You'll be able to book those potting sheds, garden domes or day beds - even a tree house - and there will be long flower tables and polytunnels bookable for larger gatherings.

The drinks team are promising a cocktail list of seasonal drinks using ingredients grown on the grounds.As for food - that'll be mainly BBQ along with platters of vegan, vegetarian, fish and meat options.

And look out for special events throughout the summer including movie nights and live music.

 

More about Beautiful Allotment

Where is it? Geffrye Museum, 136 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8EA

When does it open? 25 July – 3rd September 2018. Open Wednesday – Sunday;

How to book: Book online. If you're coming in a group you'll be able to book out private areas for between 6 – 250 people. Groups of four or less are walk-ins only.

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Twitter

 

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