Wellie Boot Walks
(Closest Tube: Osterley)
This really is one of our favourite places to go for a lazy Sunday stroll. It's a bit of a hidden gem, so although it's a National Trust property you will feel like you have the woods and parkland to yourself. After you've had a wander round the house and park lands, why not pop in to the stable cafe for a cream tea? Or have a wander round the walled gardens? I love seeing how the gardens change with the seasons. On your way home, make sure and pop in to the farm shop and pick up your fresh veg for the week ahead
(Closest Tube: Richmond)
Probably one of the most well know parks in West London, and the largest of the eight Royal Parks. At 2,360 acres, Richmond Park is perfect for those who want to be able to walk for hours on end and really escape London. It's original use was primarily for deer hunting, and its now home to over 600 red and fallow deer. After all your walking there are several places you can grab refreshments, either from kiosks in several of the car park or treat yourself to a cream tea at Pembroke Lodge.
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(Closest Tube: Wimbledon)
Another fantastic space if you want to loose a few hours soaking up the fresh air. The ommon is a mix of woods and heathland of around 1,140 acres. It's also home to Wimbledon Common Golf Club. Easily accessibly via Wimbledon station, its another great lazy Sunday spot. You could pop to The Windmill Tea Rooms or The Fox and Grapes for your Sunday roast. Hopefully you have a better sense of direction than Alex and I as we always seem to get a bit lost here