From Kennington to Waterloo via a Pilgrimage and a Lambeth Walk! - Guided Walk
Updated: Mar 18
Join Geoff for this fascinating walk through some unexpected and seldom visited parts of the London borough of Lambeth. You will see an astonishing set of paintings in an unusual church, visit a lovely square with some quirky associations, learn about a Royal war hero who left an indelible mark on the area, see a most ambitious and beautiful collection of street art celebrating one of our greatest poets, encounter two wonderful but very different women who paved the way for today’s nursing profession and learn how a popular London song upset Adolph Hitler as well as much, much more!
Starting at Kennington Underground Station at 13:00 on Friday 31st March
Finishing near Waterloo Station about 15:00 There is no charge for this walk. If you wish to join please e-mail email@example.com and I will let you know if there are places still available. In lieu of payment you might consider making a suitable donation to Robes
Robes Project (Robes) is a CIO that has been serving the homeless of Southwark and Lambeth since 2007.
The aim of Robes is to relieve poverty among people who are experiencing homelessness in the London boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth by the provision of winter night shelters, food, advice, support, and re-settlement services to help them rebuild their lives. Visit: Robes.org.uk to get involved