We’ve been doing A LOT of picnic’ing in parks this park year and we’ve loved it - forgetting about the time us and our sandwiches got soaked through in Hyde Park. Our NEW collection Life Gives You Lemons pays homage to the past year of al fresco eating! From shiny snacks to fantastic florals, you will want to wear this collection with a picnic mat and basket in hand, so why not venture to one of Team Tatty’s favourite parks in London!
Lucy’s Picnic Pick: Richmond Park, Richmond
I couldn’t pick one but I have narrowed it down to two! Richmond Park has such beautiful wildlife and the deer! You don't feel like you're in London anymore.
Kew Gardens, Kew, Richmond
So, so many different types of trees and beautiful plants. For a special occasion picnic, it's totally worth the entry fee.
Amy’s Picnic Pick: Battersea Park
It’s my perfect picnic spot - with large open green spaces and plenty of nooks to laze away a sunny afternoon.
If you forget your picnic rug then head to the Old English Garden which has hidden tables in every corner. Tucked away north of the park and a stone's throw away from the Thames, stroll through ye olde gates into this walled garden wonderland. At the end of May, it displays the most amazing Wysteria which covers a beautiful terrace - helpful for shielding from any rain. You can even check out the Battersea Park zoo a short stroll away.
Alice’s Picnic Pick: Telegraph Hill, South East London
There is such a nice vibe in the park on weekends and evenings! Lots of people enjoying themselves, listening to music and eating good food… You can get pizzas just outside the park and it’s GREAT for dog spotting.
Chris’s Picnic Pick: Queen Mary's Garden, Regents Park
The rose garden is a fantastic place to go when all of the roses are in bloom, in June. There are about 12,000 roses in the garden!