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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: London (East)

'Take a guided walk, learn how to carve a spoon or chisel stone, discover why seemingly dead trees are cities for wildlife, or experience the magic of Abney after dark at one of our unique events.' ...
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Category Hackney

Nature Trails 'The Cemetery hosts Walking Nature Tours conducted by the WREN Conservation and the Wanstead Wildlife groups. These tours last for approximately one ...
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Category Newham

'The public footpaths that cross the nature reserve will allow visitors to view the grazing fields, a wet meadow, ditches, ponds, and the Great Breach Lagoon. The lagoon was created to drain the ma ...
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Category Bexley

'Admire the herbaceous border designed by award-winning garden designer Isabelle Van Groeningen. Take time to wander around the Rock Garden with its series of pools and cascades running do ...
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Category Greenwich

'A new piece of public artwork has been unveiled to mark the completion of a new walking and cycling route through Fairlop Waters Country Park near Barkingside in Redbridge, East London. T ...
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Category Redbridge

[1] Explore Hackney with a Wild Walk - - - : [2] Heritage Health Walks - - - : [3] Walking Together - led walks in Hackney's parks - - - : [4] Walking Routes in Hackney - - - : [5] Walking in Hackn ...
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Category Hackney

'As one of the largest boroughs in Greater London, Havering covers around 40 square miles, half of which lies in the protected Green Belt. This vast expanse of woodland, greenery and open spaces – ...
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Category Havering

Walks in the Borough 'Walks in Blackheath ... River wades, walks and talks ... Walk It ... Creekside low tide walks ... Green Chain walks ... London Footprints walks ...'


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Category Lewisham

'The long term aim is to connect the open spaces throughout the Thames Chase Community Forest for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. The volunteers are starting with walks between the Vis ...
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Category Havering

'The site has a varied network of paths that take you on a tour around wonderful woodlands taking in unique and special wildflower meadows. On your tour you will see many birds, butterflies and pla ...
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Category Tower Hamlets

'The walks range from 0.5 to 2.5 hours and are designed to start and finish close to a tube or DLR station. You can download the leaflets from these pages, and they are also available free of charg ...
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Category Tower Hamlets

'Over a £1m annually is provided by the City of London to support this 77 acre (31.1 hectare) Green Flag award winning space. The Park provides a pleasant and relaxing environment for over one mill ...
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Category Newham

'To see more of Greenwich there are 2 other walks on this Site.'


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Category Greenwich

'Bexley has a relatively limited public RoW network, covering less than 61 kilometres in total. However, the varied land use characteristics of the London Borough of Bexley make it appropriate to c ...
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Category Bexley

'This is a walk of surprising contrasts. Starting on the airy open spaces of Blackheath, it explores Greenwich Park and Maritime Greenwich — a World Heritage Site — before following the Thames Path ...
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Category Greenwich

'Along the way the commons and open spaces form important nature reserves and Sites of Special Scientific Interest and there are over 50 surprising places to discover: from the Art Deco splendour o ...
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Category Greenwich

'The route is signposted throughout, but much of it is along un-surfaced paths and may present some difficulties for pushchairs, wheelchairs or those with less mobility.'


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Category Bexley

'These 3 countryside sites, situated on the urban fringe of London, can be seen as a green island within the sprawl of the city. This creates not only a welcoming stop for migrating birds, but also ...
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'The Explore Kent full-colour guide to the Darent Valley Path is an excellent introduction to the delights to be discovered along the way including the many historic houses and gardens open to the ...
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Category Bexley

'It was that legislation, promoted by the Corporation of the City of London, that restored lost lands to the Forest (it had dwindled to less than half its present size!) and secured its fu ...
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Category 1: 11-25 Miles

'Leave the bustle of city life behind for the green fingers of parks, woodlands and fields that embrace the capital from the River Thames to Nunhead Cemetery.'


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Category Greenwich

'The original edition, published in 1991, was the first long-distance footpath around London and one of the very first entirely urban long-distance footpaths in the country. More than just a walkin ...
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Category Newham

'With its 2,000 years of history, London has a lot to offer the visitor and Londoner alike, and probably the best way to get about when sightseeing in London, is on foot ...'


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Category Greenwich

'1. Clapton Common and its environs ... 2. From Clapton Pond to Clapton Square - and back ... 3. Highlights of Haggerston'


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Category Hackney

Walks of 2½, 6 or 10 miles.


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Category Havering

[1] The northern end of Leytonstone High Road - - - : [2] 'When Leyton was a Village' - - - : [3]: Wanstead Flats History Walks (No 1) The Bushwood side - - - : (No 2) Aldersbrook Flats - ...
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Category Waltham Forest

'The scenic towpath passes under roads and railways providing an unusual viewpoint of an area which is full of history. In the 18th and 19th century the canals were the freight arteries of the coun ...
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Category Tower Hamlets

'The LOOP Walk reveals relics of London’s colourful past from impressive stately residences such as Hall Place to emotive monuments like the Wilberforce memorial to the abolition of slavery. There’ ...
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Category Bexley

'This route was devised in 2011 as a cycle pilgrimage with a theme of "Caring for the Environment" and timed to coincide with the Ride and Stride Day in September.'


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PDFs of four Trails can be downloaded from the Website: [1] Discover the Park - - - : [2] London 2012 Trail - - - : [3] Children's Trail - - - : [4] Art Trail .. ...
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Category Newham

'The alder woods along the banks of the Rivers Shuttle and Cray are amongst the best in London. Alder prefer to live in wet places and their fine root systems penetrate well below the water level p ...
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Category Bexley

[1] River Lea to Stoke Newington (4.5 miles) - - - : [2] South Hackney’s Green & Open Spaces (2.2 miles) - - - : [3] Hackney’s Canals & Southern Borders (3.5 miles) - - - : [4] Hackney’s No ...
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Category Hackney

'The Thames Path Extension doesn't quite make it all the way to the Thames Estuary. It only goes ten miles, ending at Crayford Ness, right on the edge of Greater London. It's an end point born out ...
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Category Bexley

'In February 2014, The Line launched a hugely ambitious crowdfunding campaign and successfully raised over £140,000 in less than eight weeks. One of the aims of The Line is to present existing work ...
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Category Newham

'Gently undulating terrain, apart from a sharp descent to the Ingrebourne from River Drive; mostly well-defined unsurfaced footpaths, plus some short sections on roads; a number of stiles and gates ...
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Category Havering

'Download the whole trail or individual tracks to your personal music device  ... You can also print off the Memoryscape Trail Map ... This Map provides a suggested route for the trail, be ...
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Category Tower Hamlets

'Usually lasting about 2 hours, each walk brings to life, in a clear and engaging manner, the history of different parts of today's Hackney, through its buildings, people and past events. The walks ...
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Category Hackney

'The Beckham Trail has not been authorised, endorsed or licensed by David Beckham or any of his representatives. The Beckham Trail was initiated by the London Borough of Waltham Forest ind ...
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Category Waltham Forest

'The Walthamstow reservoirs offer easy and safe access for all visitors, with disabled access on most of the reservoirs ... The entrance is just a seven-minute walk from the Victoria line at Totten ...
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Category Waltham Forest

'Why not give it a try – on a bike or on foot, as whole, or in sections. You’ll be surprised at the tranquillity you find so near to the bustle of urban life.'


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Category Lewisham

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