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PUBLISHED: 13:55 26 October 2018 | UPDATED: 13:55 26 October 2018

Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer will be at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Monday. Picture: PA/Ian West

Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer will be at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Monday. Picture: PA/Ian West

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The clocks are going back this weekend, meaning summer - and all that comes with it - is long gone.

The hot air balloon will be rising up over Stratford. Picture: Bethan WilliamsThe hot air balloon will be rising up over Stratford. Picture: Bethan Williams

But in a bid to cheer up those feeling a bit down due to the dreary weather, a special pop-up cafe is coming to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

And that’s not all. Fans of Love Island will be pleased to know the cafe is being hosted by none other than this year’s winners, Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer.

The loved-up couple will also be taking to the air with some of the visitors, rising 55ft over the park in a hot air balloon.

The event boasts of “bringing a little joy back to the nation on the first Monday after the clocks change”.

Organised by biscuit brand JoyFills, it is taking place close to the ArcelorMittal Orbit between 8am and 2pm on Monday.

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