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October 7, 2019What better way to fight off a hangover than going on a brisk walk? Possibly? Let’s try it anyway 🙂More →
The National Trust maintains Morden Hall Park, located next to Morden tube station on the southern tip of the Northern Line – around half an hour out of central London. The park sits on the banks of the River Wandle, which once provided the power for hundreds of mills in the industrial age. It’s recommended that walkers begin at the Potting Shed Café to the east of the park, before embarking on a zig-zagging route visiting all corners of the park. Walkers can expect a secluded feel, a series of charming bridges, quiet places to discover wildlife and pretty stunning water-side views.
December 1, 2015Today we’ll be heading out on a relaxed weekend walk, ready to enjoy the Summer air and get our daily exercise in.More →
Walk and Talk socials are laid back and a great way to discover a new part of London. They’ll be no set topics as such, just whatever is on our minds that day. A nice way to meet new people and get in those all important steps!
We’ll start at Bethnal Green Tube Station and end at Hackney Wick Station. The walk is just under 5 miles long and includes a meander through Victoria Park and sights such as the Olympic Stadium, the Pill Box and The Chinese Pagoda.