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Hackney Wick

No day in Hackney Wick is ever the same. Temporary galleries arrive, beer is served straight from the tank and fitness classes take place by the water. You’ll want to be a part of whatever is happening here.

Sunrise

Wrapped between parkland and surrounded by canals, it’s hard to believe you’re within one of the biggest cities in the world when wandering through Hackney Wick.

Pop up restaurants open their residencies and chattering friends enjoy al fresco drinks on the water’s edge where book shops masquerading as barges dock beside them.

Sunrise

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Parklife

Parklife

Basking in the afterglow of the Olympic legacy sits Queen Elizabeth Park, a sprawling 560 acres of woods and parkland waiting to be explored, whilst juxtaposed just 500 metres away is its older sister; Victoria Park which has been open since 1845.

In summer their manicured grounds play host to some of London’s most talked about music festivals, whilst all year round the cold isn’t enough to deter the joggers and cyclists.

neighbourhood

Sunset

At sundown Hackney Wick is transformed as the canal side bars and restaurants accommodate the night owls of East London.

High heels and suits are ditched when drinkers who sunned their shoulders during the day stay for the long haul as the electric sounds of warehouse parties with no dress code fill the atmosphere.

Sunset