WALKS

Kennington Uncovered (Walking Tour)

Saturday, August  13, 2022  - 11:00 AM 

Thursday, September 15, 2022 - 11:00 AM. (rescheduled from July 9, 2022)

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Join Elaine Wein on Kennington Uncovered. Once home to the Black Prince, Chaplin and Chartists, Kennington has a lot to offer. On our walk we will discover an elegant listed Georgian Square, Prince Albert's idea of model housing and of course will visit the home of cricket. We'll also hear what the Jacobite rebellion and Field Marshall Montgomery have in common.

Meeting Point: This is a circular walk from Kennington Tube Station.

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West Norwood More Than Just A Cemetery

Saturday, September 10 - 11:00AM

West Norwood more than just  a cemetery” is a guided walk about how the area developed with coming of the railways and the growth of the suburbs as Lambeth expanded.  We will be exploring the local significant buildings  and monuments in the High street including  a David Mc Fall Statue ,  St Luke’s church and gardens, a Fire station, Horn Tavern, Cecni and  a small section of west Norwood cemetery and much more ...

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When Brixton Went on Fire: 40 Years After 

Saturday, September  17, 2022  - 11:00 AM 

 

Walking Tour on the Brixton Riots with Angela Morgan.

Discover the landmarks of the Brixton Riots and find out how this defining moment of Black History shaped  the Brixton of today.

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Industrial Lambeth (Walking Tour)

Thursday, September 22, 2022  - 11:00 AM 

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Once stately barges brought important visitors to Lambeth Palace and small boats unloaded their cargoes of sheep. Find out how the marshy acres of Water Lambeth become a bustling hive of industries as we will trace the development and demise pf the munitions factories and glassworks of the mid-seventeenth century to the vinegar works, potteries and breweries of the nineteenth.

Join your Lambeth Tour Guide, Jenni Bowley, to discover gin-makers, brewers, ironworks, a coffee roastery and, of course, a few larger-than-life characters along the way.

BOOK HERE SEPTEMBER 22

Vauxhall and Nine Elms.  Where did that spring from? (Walking Tour)

Wednesday, November 16, 2022  - 11:00 AM 

A riverside area larger than Monaco is being redeveloped to provide 20,000 new homes and 25,000 jobs.  Let's explore its past and future!

BOOK HERE FOR NOVEMBER 16