walking free in waltham forest,

walking together in waltham forest :

walthamforestwalks

Tuesday 22nd May, 11am from outside Blackhorse Road station.  A walk, through the Walthamstow Wetlands, Tottenham Marsh and beside the Lea Navigation to Tottenham Hale Station in less than 2 hours.  Inclines and steps optional.  Surfaces firm.

Thursday 24th May : the second morning of ‘Leyton in the year 1840’ history walks, ‘Leyton Street’ : meet outside the Cottage cafe on Leyton Green at the junction of Leyton High Road with Leyton Green Road.  A walk of about an hour to the Lion & Key, with the option of then going on a 2nd walk :

12 noon Thursday 24th May from outside John Strype Court opposite the Lion & Key at the junction of Church Road with Leyton High Road.  Church Road’ (1st opportunity)walk of about an hour to the junction with Capworth Street.  

(More talking, less walking, than ‘Walking Free in Waltham Forest’.)

Thursday 31st May : another morning of ‘Leyton in the year 1840’ history walks -  11am ‘Church Road’ walk (2nd opportunity) from outside John Strype Court opposite the Lion & Key at the junction of Church Road with Leyton High Road. A walk of about an hour to the junction of Church Road with Capworth Street, with the option of a 2nd walk :

12 noon Thursday 31st May from the junction of Church Road with Capworth Street, to finish about an hour later at Vicarage Road or go on to Leyton Green.  ‘Capworth Street’ walk.

(More talking, less walking, than ‘Walking Free in Waltham Forest’.)

Waltham Forest Big Walk #2

Sunday 27th May.  2.30pm from outside Blackhorse Road station, a walk of about 2 hours past sites of community activity, with plenty of opportunity to buy a drink or snack in a corner shop, or take public transport homewards.


Sunday 3rd June, a walk organised by the Forest Residents Association of Leytonstone, 2pm from the Waterworks Centre, Lammas Road, off Lea Bridge Road, to the Walthamstow Wetlands.