'A walk in Battersea Park to see the blend of old and new colours is absolutely stunning. A nice Sunday for me is usually meeting a mate at the King’s Road and doing an hour-long stroll through the park to Clapham where we reward ourselves with a well-deserved roast.'
Anureet Randhawa, @anureetrandhawa26
'Epping Forest can feel a bit Blair Witch Project in winter, but come spring it's perfect for a bluebell-spotting trip. Wild rabbits run through the undergrowth and the snap of twigs underfoot will get you feeling all Beatrix Potter again - that's what we are all aiming for right?'Samantha Baines, @samanthabaines
'I don't think you can spend a spring morning in London any better way than taking a stroll down Regent's Canal. It's lined with hidden gems: barges selling books and vintage clothes stalls pinned to the railings of Victoria Park. Best of all, if you finish up in Broadway Market you can treat yourself to some delicious food.'Milly Edgerley, brokelondonblog.com
'Hello again to rooftop bars! London has so many and often they provide lovely, snuggly blankets when the chill comes in later in the evening. My firm favourite is at Madison. You overlook St Paul’s but you get a great view of the ever-changing London skyline. When it’s cold you can pop inside.'Kat Winfield, @kat0709
'I love hiring a bike from inside Richmond station with two or three friends and cycling along the river all the way to Hampton Court Palace. We might stop along the way for a picnic on the banks of the Thames and treat ourselves to an ice cream or hot chocolate (weather depending!).To celebrate our return to Richmond, we’ll stop off at one of the pubs near Richmond Bridge.'Lily Crompton, @lilyeco
‘I love to walk along the South Bank. I start at Borough Market where I get a coffee and snack and then walk all the way down to the London Eye. There is always so much going on, with great views across the Thames and the opportunity to see some great London landmarks. My dog Ted also loves this walk.’Tash Thomas, thebottomstep.com
'I assemble a picnic basket while strolling down Stoke Newington Church Street – cheese from Whole Foods, wine at Clissold Wines, a fresh loaf at The Spence Bakery. I then head to Clissold Park for a grand picnic and a bit of swan, deer, people and puppy-watching.'Nancy Xu, @nancyyxu
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