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Things to do on Mother’s Day in London

Treat your mum to the mother of all Mother’s Days in London with our pick of the best events on Mothering Sunday 2018

Mums are great, arent they? They deserve three cheers a day, not 24 hours of celebration a year. But we might as well make the most of it. If you’re looking for something to do this Mother’s Day (Sunday March 11 2018) but stuck for ideas, don’t worry, we’ve found the best mum-friendly events in London so you don’t have to trawl the internet. You could take mother-dearest to one of the best new art exhibitions or a great new theatre show, or for a spin around London's best shops and then a spot of sunday lunch. Whatever you do, don't spend so long composing a gushing social media tribute that you forget to call her. Get Mother's Day spot-on with our round-up of the best events in London this Mother’s Day 2018. 

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The best Mother’s Day events in London

Votes for Women

2018 marks 100 years since The Representation of the People Act was passed, giving (some) women the right to vote in the UK for the first time. Take a closer look at some of the less well known suffragettes whose perseverance made it all happen at Votes for Women, an exhibition from the Museum of London. 

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Museum of London , Smithfield Until Sunday January 6 2019

MotherWorks Photographic Exhibition

Do you ever think about your mum having another life? One separate from raising you? If not, this photo show, filled with touching portraits of working mothers will get you thinking. Here are mums owning their personal and professional lives with efficiency, confidence and sass. These women define meaning of multi-tasking. 

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Brixton Pound Cafe , London Until Monday March 19 2018

Or take mum out for tea and cake

Afternoon tea in London

The traditional afternoon tea is a thing of beauty when done properly, and it's also the perfect to treat mum for Mother's Day.

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By: Time Out London Food & Drink

Pubs to take your mum to


Sophie E

You can always consider a new fashion stylist career. It's better than cakes on the hips.

A lot of mums don't want to go back to the same old job instead they love our online fashion training academy. Training, Support and mentoring www.3coloursrule.com/training

Fleur F

Shocked by you view of mothers and therefore woman in general.  flowers, tea and homeware. really!??????


what happens if you dont have that much money. you carnt just go to london for free.

Ley Holloway

Old fashioned view of Mum, I'm a Mum and Grandma, my choice would have been the Ice Age art exhibition at the British Museum.