New To London? Try Thinking Bob

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New To London? Try Thinking Bob

This is a sponsored article on behalf of thinking bob.

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Newcomers to Londoners have a lot to contend with. Working out where to visit first, remembering to stand on the right side of tube escalators, learning to never - under any circumstances - stop in the middle of a pavement to check your phone.

The move to any new city can be scary, but it certainly shouldn’t be lonely, and that’s where thinking bob comes in.

An online and offline community for both newbies and long-time Londoners alike, thinking bob is all about getting out and about in the capital, exploring the city’s delights with a host of like-minded people who are up for trying new things.

Join a Shakespearean supper, test your knowledge at a movie quiz night, embark on a brewery tour, or simply enjoy a bank holiday walk and talk around Richmond Park. thinking bob has around 40 socials a month so your calendar need never be empty again (unless you need a night off, of course!).

After joining the community, it’s easy to keep in touch with the fellow ‘bobbers’ you meet. The website lets you connect online, grow your own social circles, and even host your own events once you’ve become a fully-fledged member.

Below, two thinking bob members share their own experiences of the social club:

Chloe: "Entertaining, fun and challenging socials with a great team behind them. Members are friendly and welcoming and you leave any social with a smile on your face!"

Kenny: "Whatever you think thinking bob is, forget it. You’ve never done anything quite like it, because there isn’t anything quite like it. It defies simple explanation. Bob has brought life back to London, and for that, I am forever grateful."

Intrigued? The first month of membership is free (£1 joining fee) so you can pop along to a couple of events to see if it’s right for you. You'd better put that on your London to-do list.

Visit the thinking bob website for more details about them, their events and membership. You can also keep up to date via their Twitter feed and Facebook page.

Last Updated 09 April 2015