East London

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I have lived in east London for 10 years now and love it! I moved here in my early 20’s and have seen it evolve and blossom in this time. It’s so close to central London but has everything you need just here ,in the past 10 years it has changed a lot. A lot more diverse cafes and interesting restaurants have popped up ,transformations of old disused buildings have created new places to hang out, Old markets have been revamped to offer a great platform for local creatives to sell their wares. There is always a market on somewhere in east London selling anything from vintage clothes to organic vegetables it’s a real feast for the eyes and a great day out even if you are just browsing.