We’ve launched our Autumn issue and it’s fab, even if we say so ourselves!
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With a cover image from bobochoses.com, an array of things to do in London, advice and tips on how to get back into the swing of things, the City Kids Autumn issue is out now!
We’ve all made it to Autumn, without too much collateral damage, I hope. It’s not every day that images from a world-renowned photographer grace our pages, but we are forever thankful to Misan Harriman for sharing an image he shot for Vogue’s historic BLM issue. Why relevant for City Kids? Well Lavinya Stennett is trying to change the way our children’s history curriculum is taught. Head to p 27 to read her mission.
In our education special we’ve Lockdown Lessons, some amazing reads and some advice for parents and children trying to adapt to school and life in general from Dr Kathy Weston. We’ve one mother’s account of organising a child-friendly Black Lives Matter protest and Bev Turner acknowledges the juggling act parents face and are still facing as we try to work at home and adjust to a different world.
Elsewhere, we round up places to go in town which are now open as well as some great interiors and fashion finds. And a fanfare please for our very own Jo Pratt who launches The Flexible Family Cookbook. One of her recipes is on p18.
It’s been a very topsy-turvy year so we hope that you can find five minutes of calm to have a read and enjoy all our finds.