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While summer is over, there is no reason to feel sad because there are many great reasons to enjoy autumn. If you are looking to get out of the house on a regular basis or you need assistance in keeping the kids amused, you will find plenty of autumn activities in Ilford. Autumn is often a great time of year to indulge in sport because the weather outside is cooler. There are many different sports clubs to choose from in Ilford but anyone interested in tennis will appreciate the beginners classes taking place in Clayhall Park at weekends in September and early October. There are also tennis classes taking place in Goodmayes Park throughout September so anyone looking to be active will find a number of options this autumn in Ilford.


There is also a wide range of outdoor fitness sessions for adults and youngsters aged 14 or over in many of the parks in Ilford this September and October. These outdoor fitness classes are aimed at beginners and people at intermediary level and are ideal for people looking to get fitter, to lose some weight and who are just looking to enjoy some exercise. The Fairlop Outdoor Activity Centre also has a range of classes and courses available this autumn, with kayaking, cycling and golf all on the agenda. The fact that there is a diversity of sports and activities on offer in Ilford this autumn should ensure that everyone can find something which appeals to them and will get them moving.


Valentines Mansion and Gardens offer a range of workshops in autumn so if you want to get out of the house but don't want to spend all of your time outdoors, these events may be of interest. There is a range of painting workshops to choose from in September so if you are keen to be more creative, this could be the ideal setting to harness and hone your skills. On Saturday 30th of September, there is an East Meets East day, where there will be a full celebration of Indian culture, marking the 70th independence of India. There will also be plenty of traditional British flare and custom on show so if you are looking for a day out which shows the interplay between these two very different customs, this is a day to mark in your diary. Ken Aston Square in Berkshire is the setting for a full day of fun and activities. If you are planning ahead to Halloween, it may be that the Spooky Lantern Walk in Hainault Forest will be of interest. With a range of activities including a monster trail, a zone for zombies and spooky stories, this should be an event that appeals to all the family.


Something of interest to parents and youngsters will be Library Week, which takes place between Monday the 9th of October and Friday the 13th of October, with a great range of activities and workshops on offer in the libraries of Ilford. If the weather isn't too pleasant, it makes sense to head to a library and have some fun this autumn. There will also be a wide range of activities in local libraries and leisure centres for half-term which takes place between Monday 23rd of October and Friday the 27th of October. With swimming and cycling courses on offer, and even a trampoline course available at Wanstead Leisure Centre, there should be plenty of excellent activities to keep kids amused at this time of year. No matter what interests you have or what free time you have available, you should find that the full range of autumn activities in Ilford will keep you and your loved ones fully occupied and entertained.

Published on 18 September 2017

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