March in London
Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday, was originally a Christian tradition marking the start of Lent. In London, there may be special pancake races taking place, or you can celebrate at one of London'spancake restaurants.
The first of two major spring events on the river Thames happens in March. The Head of the River Race challenges crews from around the world take on the same route as The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, but in the opposite direction. The event is free to watch.
The St Patrick's Day celebrations, including a parade through central London and a festival inTrafalgar Square, is a celebration of Irish culture, food, dancing and traditional music, and is free to attend. Many pubs and bars around the capital will also host St Patrick's Day parties.
The UK celebrates Mother's Day in March. There's plenty of opportunity to treat your mum in London with afternoon teas, restaurants, river cruises and shopping