Timeout London's Love Awards

 

Between March and April 2018 Timeout London hosted the Love Awards, a competition whereby people voted for their favourite local venues, businesses in their city/neighbourhood. 65,033 votes were counted. As a family run business ourselves, we thought we would share some of this love for other independent businesses in our area. We want to make you aware who some of the winners were and celebrate our wonderful Walthamstow.

 

Most loved park:

Lloyd Park was awarded as the winner of 2012. Home to the gardens of the William Morris Gallery and the popular Walthamstow Garden Party, the park has been transformed in recent years and provides more than just picturesque setting to walk the dog! You can find wildlife, tennis/basketball courts, bowls greens, a playground, a skate park and the fantastic cafe/restaurant called La Delice in the park.

 

Most loved cinema:

Empire Walthamstow was voted the most loved cinema. The 1,200 seat cinema is part of The Scene at Cleveland Place, which comes alive at night.

 

Most loved culture spot:

Former 18th Century family home of the artist William Morris. Former 18th Century Water House and home of William Morris, has now been transformed into the William Morris Gallery voted the most loved culture spot as well as the most loved landmark in E17. From the 16 June the new exhibition Weaving New Worlds will feature tapestries from UK, USA Norway, Canada, New Zealand and Japan. The runner-up for the culture spot was neon artist Chris Bracey's God's Own Junkyard.

 

Most loved local place to drink in the sun:

With only 20 more days until it's officially summer, it may be worth a visit to the Wild Card Brewery, which was voted the most loved local place to drink in the sun. Read more about who and what else made the cut for the Love Awards.

Published on 01 June 2018

Source Wonderlease

Written by Marc Cohen

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