Welcome to our weekly round-up of the best activities happening around London for you and your kids as chosen by our local editors.

Latino BambinoA unique fitness classes for mums with a fun Latino twist. Babies can be worn while older tots can boogie alongside their mamas. Sessions take place all over London and they are currently offering Bubele users a 10% discount on bookings!

Book classes in Islington: trial class, 6-week block, 12-week block

Book classes in Rotherhithe: trial class, 6-week block, 12-week block

Book classes in St John’s Wood: single class


North London

  • A Tiny Time leaving do, Stoke Newington: Tiny Time’s much loved Kyle is trading in the big smoke for greener pastures and heading to Ireland at the end of May. Take your family and friends along on Sunday for a drink with the Tiny Time gang. There might even be a song or two. Take your instrument if you play one and join in! Nibbles will be provided. Find out more
  • Toddler’s World, Clissold Leisure Centre: A fun filled and colourful environment designed to challenge and stimulate children under the age of 5. All the usual soft play goodies are there, including a ball pit with mini slide, and they even have a bouncy castle plus a mini song time once per session. Find out more


 North-West London

  • Starting Solids, Gospel Oak:Change 4 life A free 90-minute information session for parents of babies who have not
    started solid food addressing questions such as: Which foods are best to start with? Which foods are not suitable first foods? How does my baby move on to family foods? When is it best to start solids?
     Find out more
  • Blossom Kidz Creche, Kilburn:  Check out this professional, flexible, short-notice creche. The Saturday daytime provision is perfect if you need to run some errands, do some shopping or even treat yourself to some me-time while the evening creche is great for shift workers or for that elusive date night. With different themes every week and a wide variety of activities, the kids won’t even notice you’re gone! Find out more
  • Sunshine Chefs, Finchley Road: Cookery classes at the age of two? Yes! Imagine your little one rubbing butter into flour, mixing, kneading dough and stamping out shapes with biscuit cutters. All that with a big smile, an immense sense of pride and … the good news is you don’t have to clean up afterwards! Not only does the process of stirring, spreading, sprinkling, sifting etc. help with hand-eye co-ordination, but the little chefs also learn about the ingredients they use. At the end of each class the children walk away with a recipe and a bag full of their bakery masterpieces. Find out more


East London

  • Massage Club for Mums and Dads, Hackney: You get together with a group of your friends with babies, for example your NCT friends, and each parent enjoys a massage while the other parents and babies spend time together. Each massage is 30 minutes, during which time your baby is happy playing with the other babies and parents. The massage club runs with a minimum of 4 parents with babies. Find out more
  • Creative Biscuit Ceramics Cafe, South Woodford: Creative biscuit is a paint your own ceramics cafe where you can customise pottery such as cookie jars, vases, bowls and more! It’s the perfect place bring children to get creative and paint without the mess at home. Hot and cold drinks are served, as well as delicious homemade food, cakes and pastries. There is no obligation to paint. Find out more
  •  Bongalong Early Risers, Walthamstow: Up early on a Saturday morning? Not allowed to go back to sleep? Head along to Bongalong Early Risers, a lively mix of singing, dancing, stories and games with some percussion fun too for children under five and their carers. Find out more


West London

  • Mummyfit, Maida Vale: Mummyfit is a fantastic way to get back into shape in the fresh air after the birth of your baby. With an emphasis on fun, safe and effective workouts with fat burning cardio, pilates, yoga and circuit training, the classes also provide an opportunity to meet other mums in your area. Find out more
  • Artabugs, Chiswick: Unbelievably messy experimental sensory painting and making workshops for small groups of pre-schoolers. Their aim is for both children and carers to relax and have fun with some messy creative activities. Find out more


South-West London

  • The Bees Knees, Battersea: A magical indoor play space for 0-5s and their parents and carers. Step into a bright and buzzing space filled with activities and games for children and enjoy lunch and refreshments from the family-friendly café. Find out more
  • Storytime, Fulham: A lovely free story time session in an independent bookshop. They generally read 3 or 4 picture books per session. You can grab a hot drink from their café while you’re there too. Find out more


South-East London

  • Conker Club, West Norwood:Baby boy playing with stacking learning toy A fantastic stay-and-play for babies and toddlers with a multitude of toys, books and puzzles, a dedicated ‘soft area’, activity tables and a rough-and-tumble area with gym mats for the more adventurous child. Find out more
  • Belair Park, Dulwich: At the fabulous Belair Park, the modern and varied facilities include 4 full size tennis courts plus several football and cricket pitches available to hire, an adventure play area with sturdy equipment suitable for ages 2 to 10 years, all beside a picturesque lake that is slap in the middle of the park. There’s also a cool new skate park, welcoming kids on skates, boards, BMX and scooters. A wildlife conservation area can be found just ahead of the beautiful Beauberry House. Find out more