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Ealing Queen of the Suburbs

Explore Ealing, long known as the Queen of the Suburbs. Hear about Ealing Studios and its famous film industry connections and discover one of Ealing's gems, Pitzhanger Manor, Sir John Soane's elegant country home.  You will learn about a club that changed the face of rock and roll and about television's most famous time-travelling Doctor.

This walk is also available as a virtual tour.

elainewein@btinternet.com

07871-099276

alanfortune0@gmail.com

07725-997943

Exploring Northfields: from Northfields Station to Niagara Falls

Beginning at Northfields station, built by iconic architect Charles Holden, this walk takes you to a lovely local park, the former homes of a US president and a world famous 19th century acrobat, a classical building where a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame went to school, and a house which had many famous, and in some cases scandalous, residents.  We finish near Northfields station at the Plough Inn.

alanfortune0@gmail.com

07725-997943

Richmond: Rock, Royalty and Revolutionaries

With its attractive riverside location and picturesque houses, Richmond has had its fair share of notable residents. On this 2-hour walk you’ll visit a famous venue for rock 'n' roll, a much-loved theatre and a Tudor palace. You'll meet a prisoner from the American Revolutionary War, a revolutionary Chilean, an award-winning actress and enjoy one of the best views in London.

This walk is also available as a virtual tour.

guy.fairbank@gmail.com

Hidden Chiswick

Starting at Turnham Green we discover a famous Civil War Battle,  the botanist that created Kew Gardens and hear about John Betjeman's love of Victorian buildings.  We meet another famous poet, the architect of Bedford Park and the creator of Sanderson Wallpaper and Cherry Blossom Shoe Polish.  We finish our walk at one of George Gilbert's Scott'e early London Churches and learn about one of the famous variety theatres in West London and Liberace!

This walk is also available as a virtual tour.

elainewein@btinternet.com

07871-099276

 

OUR WALKS

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Kew Green: "Join the Kew"

Aside from the much loved Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew has been home to courtiers and artists for centuries. On this gentle walk we’ll cross Kew Bridge and meet a visiting Impressionist, father and son botanists, a green-fingered princess and her cricket-loving husband, an intrepid woman artist - and maybe a cannibal.

This walk is also available as a virtual tour.

guy.fairbank@gmail.com

Hammersmith to Chiswick

As we stroll along the Thames, we meet William Morris, founder of the Arts & Craft movement, the famous mistress of  Charles II, and the  Redgrave acting dynasty.  We will discover breweries,  rowing clubs, historic pubs, and an engineering legend and end our walk at the resting place of William Hogarth and James McNeil Whistler at St. Nicholas Church.

Exploring Hanwell: Brunel, Bunnies, Rolls Royce and Rock n' Roll

On this walk we will pass under the first major engineering feat of the great Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, walk through a delightful park with a zoo and a maze,  and visit a shop which played a major role in rock and roll history.

alanfortune0@gmail.com

07725-997943

Bedford Park: "The Healthiest Place in the World"

Smart redbrick houses, leafy streets and white painted fences. Bedford Park was the original garden suburb that attracted artists, actors and middle-classes families. We’ll wander up its roads, groves and crescents and encounter one of Ireland’s greatest sons, a pioneering aviator, a Russian revolutionary and the murder of a matinée idol.

This walk is also available as a virtual tour.

guy.fairbank@gmail.com

 

OUR WALKS

TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT ONE OF OUR WALKS AND AVAILABILITY, PLEASE CONTACT THE

WE CAN ALSO CREATE A BESPOKE WALK ON ANY THEME OR AREA

Norwood Green

Norwood Green is a diverse and vibrant community but retains something of its rural past, and its sustained wealth. 

The Green itself is a popular recreation area, and the space where residents still hold an annual Village day. Norwood Green’s historic buildings include St Mary’s Church, the Plough Public House, and the Norwood Free School established in the 1700’s where girls could study.

Grade 11, Norwood Hall was designed by the renowned architect Sir John Soane in 1801. It was the residence of his friend John Robbins, and Robbins tomb, also designed by Soane, can be seen in the graveyard of St Marys.    

Other listed buildings include grand Georgian Houses, whose former residents include the founder of a famous

London department store, and a well- known actress from a large theatrical family.    

Norwood Green is a conservation area. Walks can be expanded to include the surrounding open spaces, Three Bridges, Warren Farm, Tentelow Woods and neighbouring Osterley House and Park

susanmcevoy@btinternet.com

For more information contact Susan

Hanwell - Locks, Allotments and Lunatics

This Hanwell walk is currently under development.  Contact us to find out more.

Southall

Our walk around Southall is currently under development. 

Please contact us to find out more. ​

Twickenham Riverside Walk

Our walk is currently under development.
Please contact us to find out more

 
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