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Columbia Road Flower Market

The crowd Coming to stare at flowers More flowers Quaint shops Artwork Refreshments Flowering cacti Hip coffee to fuel the journey Colourful pots to show off your spoils While… See the full post on my main site here https://www.quieteating.com/columbia-road-flower-market/


A Blooming Nice Time at Columbia Road Flower Market

Flower markets have been a feature of London life for centuries, however in the past fifty years they have sadly declined.

Thankfully you can still get a taste of the delights of such markets by visiting Columbia Road Flower Market in East London which is only open on Sundays. 181 more words


Taking a wander down Brick Lane

One of our occasional excursions on a Sunday morning is walk down Brick Lane, we often begin at the Columbia Road flower market and then immerse ourselves in the various delights of Brick Lane. 297 more words


Columbia Road Flower Market in London: the ultimate Sunday Funday

There’s something so dreamy about freshly cut flowers.

Columbia Road Flower Market in East London is a green fiend’s paradise. You’ll find an entire street boasting the stands of local farmers and florists, offering everything from impressive peonies and succulents to palms trees and cacti. 192 more words


It’s tulip season – head to Columbia Road Flower Market

One of the ES Magazine’s recent articles left me giggling out loud on the Tube a couple of months ago. It was about a certain virus all Londoners are familiar with – PDS or… 476 more words

Quirky London

So now I have my beautiful iPhone SE with an amazing 12mpx camera, I don’t always have to carry my proper camera everywhere with me, which means I can occasionally travel light (as light as someone my size can travel anyway!) and just shoot the things I see with my phone instead. 93 more words


Sundays At Columbia Road

As a Londoner, it is a known fact that as soon as there is a hint of sun, you go and explore the city. As I live in East London, there is always a lot to do. 227 more words