WHAT’S ON THE WEB THIS WEEK: IN THE LADYLOOP 29-06-16

Here’s a little round-up of things we’ve found interesting on the web this week. We call it the Ladyloop. So if you’re looking for somewhere to begin your web wanderings, this is a good place to start each Wednesday…

Although recently drawing some criticism, Celia would love to see Christo’s most recent installation of floating orange pathways that temporarily connect the shore of Italy‘s Lake Iseo to its central islands this summer. 

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A new magazine for young women with “who have curious minds and creative hands”? Selina wishes Little Wren was around when she was younger!

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Just one more reason to head to Frank’s in Peckham for an al fresco (weather appropriate) Dark & Stormy – Bella is feeling the fancy new pink staircase by Bold Tendencies artist, Simon Whybray.

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Emma loved meeting Sahar from Trunkeroo this week. If you’re looking for easy things to do with your kids, check out their activity boxes. They send a box of craft and science projects to your door with everything you need to have fun.

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Clementine has been in serious need of a pick me up lately, and The Guardian’s 15 reasons to be cheerful, post Brexit have helped a little, especially number 8.

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