The tarmac walkers go upmarket 2 - Midweek Pop Up!

Wed 4th Dec 2019

Walk Details:

Event Type
Group Walk
Region
Southern England
Local Group
London
Distance
15ml.
Start Time
09:30
Route
Start: Ladbroke Grove underground station Finish: Waterloo Station 16:30 approx.

More wanderings through gentrified neighborhoods, this time Notting Hill, Holland Park, Kensington, Knightsbridge, Belgravia and Westminster with refreshment stops at Park Cafes

General Notes
Possible to join at Notting Hill station at about 10:45 by request only, please contact walk leader by phone in advance. Various drop out points on the route, if weather permits the walk will be extended along Southbank finishing at Fenchurch Street near a Wetherspoons! Please bring a printed copy with you of the attachment in this link: https://www.ldwa.org.uk/lgt/downloads/London/TWA_Notting_Hill.pdf :Contact details for Ron are: 01702 587128 or 07810 044299 on the day
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Walk Report

The Tarmac Walkers Go Upmarket 2, Wednesday 4th December 2019
21 walkers, 14 miles for most, 17 for some – leader Ron Williamson
A glorious sunny day for all those lucky enough to be able to enjoy a midweek stroll in our capital. For the record our meanderings started at Ladbroke Grove and explored Notting Hill, Holland Park, Kensington, Knightsbridge, Belgravia, Victoria and Westminster, before crossing the river to finish at Waterloo. A short rest in the Royal Festival Hall revitalised six members and spurred them on for an additional three miles to Tower Bridge and the Liberty Bounds.
Photographs by Peter Colley and Keith Lane; more from them on the group Facebook site

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