Your culture attendant: things to do in Bushey


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London may not be on the sea, but that doesn't stop you having a beach holiday in the city - at its northwest edge, in Ruislip, to be precise. The Ruislip Lido, to the west of Ruislip Common, is a large artificial lake so big it has a train to take you around - and it has a sandy beach for pretending that you're in the Mediterranean. Bask in the sun (and good luck with that) until 9pm. (Nearest tube station: Ruislip)
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