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    Maeve Waite

    24 year old work psychologist, mental health advocate and future dachshund owner. occasional writer, baker and photo taker. posts have been featured on time to change and mental movement magazine, and I sometimes like to write all lower case.
    London, UK

    Christmas at Kew - Blogmas Day 2


    Last week, Paddy and I went to Kew Gardens for their festive light show, Christmas at Kew. It's essentially the entire gardens completely lit up and decorated ready for Christmas, accompanied by looooads of festive food and drink to keep us all warm! The entire night was MAGICAL.

    My particular favourites were the tunnel of light and the amazing light display at the end over the lake - it was beautiful, and alongside the Christmas music, definitely has got me more into the Christmas spirit (like I needed any help)!

    Tickets cost about £16 and the event is running until 2nd January. From Central London, it's a journey on the district line and the stop is Kew Gardens; the gardens themselves are only down the road from the station so it's a very easy trip! If you're in the London area and looking for something a bit different to make you feel Christmassy, I'd recommend this - the same company are also doing an event at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire too, which I'm also going to! :)





































    Last week, Paddy and I went to Kew Gardens for their festive light show, Christmas at Kew. It's essentially the entire gardens completely lit up and decorated ready for Christmas, accompanied by looooads of festive food and drink to keep us all warm! The entire night was MAGICAL.

    My particular favourites were the tunnel of light and the amazing light display at the end over the lake - it was beautiful, and alongside the Christmas music, definitely has got me more into the Christmas spirit (like I needed any help)!

    Tickets cost about £16 and the event is running until 2nd January. From Central London, it's a journey on the district line and the stop is Kew Gardens; the gardens themselves are only down the road from the station so it's a very easy trip! If you're in the London area and looking for something a bit different to make you feel Christmassy, I'd recommend this - the same company are also doing an event at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire too, which I'm also going to! :)




































    . Friday, 2 December 2016 .

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