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Pictures: Picnic in the Olympic Park

18:49 18 August 2014

From left: Lorraine Hope, Olivia Hope, 5, Tahlia Adams, 6, Cylise Adams, 4, and Lisa Pope at the Picnic in the Park event at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

From left: Lorraine Hope, Olivia Hope, 5, Tahlia Adams, 6, Cylise Adams, 4, and Lisa Pope at the Picnic in the Park event at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

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Families came in their droves to enjoy the late summer sun with an outdoor picnic.

Activities from magic and storytelling to face painting and treasure hunts kept children entertained while they munched on the delights from their homemade hampers.

Mums and dads could also enjoy cookery demonstrations while relaxing on the park’s lawns.

For all the latest news from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, visit our Parklife section in print and online.

Click on the link to see all our pictures from the day.

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