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Festival of Neighbourhood: Look Mum No Hands Café

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Nestled underneath the Hungerford Bridge (that's the bridge sandwiched between the Southbank Centre and the London Eye), this pop-up is an offshoot of Old Street's popular cycle café Look Mum No Hands. Far smaller than its parent branch, the café will be operating out of a handmade shepherd's hut and providing German beer garden-style seating under pretty festoon lighting. The emphasis will be on craft and London-brewed beers with Kernel and Beavertown among the rotating selection of guest beers on offer, though you can also expect Square Mile coffee and beer-soaking snacks in the shape of Scotch eggs and sausage rolls. It wouldn't be Look Mum No Hands without a bike element, and a 'cycle doctor' will be visiting to assess bike health and offer easy repairs. There'll also be cycle-themed events including bike-powered film screenings, live Tour de France coverage and a group of knitters knocking needles to make one off bike seat covers. For up-to-date information on events, follow @1ookmumnohands on Twitter. For more information about the Festival of Neighbourhood see www.southbankcentre.co.uk.

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Eva

Good hopefully will go along. Though as a healthy cyclist, I don't drink alcohol - booze and sport doesn't mix. I hope there will be a range of healthier drinks. Love the knitting idea.