Make the most of our packed Summer in the City


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Summer in the City Glee Club. L-R: Toniya Lewis, 12, Christina Da'Silva, 14, Titilayo Bamgbose, 12, Zayna Alexis Herman, 13, Saffron Alexis Herman, 10, Vida Romain Charles, 12 and Heba Desouky, 12

Summer in the City is back and bigger than ever. 

There’s no excuse to be bored in the summer holidays as we’ve got a massive 1,400 events to choose from.

Now in its sixth year, the 80 days of summer fun is organised by Hammersmith & Fulham Council and has something for everyone. 

This year, we have an all new website with an interactive diary, photo gallery, featured events and a look at the many activities at local libraries.

There are a massive range of activities on offer including basketball

“Summer in the City just gets better every year,” said Cllr Sue Macmillan, H&F Cabinet Member for Children and Education.

“It’s the perfect opportunity to experience something new or enjoy one of your favourite activities.

“Why not book now and see for yourself?” 

The fun is free or at a low cost and the events, which are held across west London, have recently got underway. 

There are a massive range of activities including sport, music lessons, arts and crafts, drama, family fun and exhibitions for 11 to 19-year-olds. 

There are also activities for Disabled people aged 0 to 25-years-old.   

You can find out more at the Summer in The City website or pick up a guide at Hammersmith Town Hall, your school, libraries, children’s centres and youth clubs.

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