One of London’s and England’s most famous clubs was established in 1882. At this time, the club didn’t even have a stadium and played their home games at Tottenham Marshes. As the attendance began to grow, the club moved to an enclosed ground and charged a crowd attendance fee. In 1888 the club then decided to move to Asplins Farm, which was next to the railway grounds of Northumberland Park.
After the extended so-called break, the restaurants are finally back and opening their Covid-19 ravaged doors to bring smiles and joy back on our faces. Some managed to survive the lockdowns but some weren’t so lucky and have been wiped off London’s eateries map.
Normally in the UK, just as spring draws to a close, most of the UK population will be seeking ideas for sightseeing places to go in the UK. They’ll be checking out the best deals, offers, packages, and places to go throughout the United Kingdom.
A great London tourist attraction which is keeping in line with the new social distancing measures is the London Eye. Probably one of the easiest London attractions to maintain safety measures, due to the simple task of reducing passenger numbers in each pod.