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After Work Walks return for September
Following the success of the Wednesday After Work Walks in July, Rethinking Cities will be bringing 6 intriguing walks for Londoners to get their teeth into - if you are curious about London's many neighbourhoods and like to share a story or two, or get into a full blown discussion, or just wind down after work, then there will be a walk or two for you.
Author Tom Bolton whose "Walkers' Guide to London's Lost Rivers" publishes this September (Strange Attractor Press), will lead a walk to "Release the Walbrook" - where the Walbrook flows into the Thames was where the Romans first settled, and its course marks the eastern boundary of Londonium. This walk starts at Shoreditch High Street Overground station at 6.15pm on Weds 31 August - register here.
Next up is a discovery tour on foot "Uncovering Ancient Egypt in London's streets." starting at the Sir John Betjeman statue at St Pancras station and ending up at Cleopatra's needle on the Embankment. The walk will take place from 6.15pm on Weds 7 September - register here.
Join garden designer and writer Anne de Verteuil as she takes you "Along the garden path" on a mesmerising investigation into public, private and geurilla gardens in the northern tip of the borough of Southwark. The walk starts at Southwark tube station at 6.15pm on Weds 14 September - register here.
"Look Up and Smile" on this intriguing invesitgation into London's skylines and the curiosities on the tops of buildings. It's a chance to be nosy in a crowd, as participants are encouraged to bring their own binoculars! The walk begins at St Thomas' Street entrance of London Bridge at 6.15pm on Weds 21 September - register here.
Through financial help of the Geologists' Association's Curry Fund and the support of the London Geodiversity Partnership, English Heritage and the Public Realm Information Advice Network, Martin Fidler, creator of the Ruskin Walk will lead two Ruskin Geology Walks: "Camberwell Stones" and "Clerkenwell Rocks". Both walks start at 6.15pm register here for Camberwell Stones on Thurs 8 September starting from Denmark Hill station and register here to join the Clerkenwell Rocks walk on Thurs 22 September starting from the courtyard at 75 Cowcross Street, EC1M 6EL.
We hope to see you on one or more of these walks!
Date added: 18 August 2011
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