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Highlights

  • Off the beaten track in London
  • Hear interesting stories relating to the River Wandle
  • Hear specialist knowledge of the places visited and their history

What to Expect

We will meet at Colliers Wood tube station and follow the river Wandle down to the beautiful Morden Hall Park. Along the way we'll wander through the historic Abbey Mills market, pop into colourful Deen City Farm and watch out for birds in the wetlands. I'll tell you...


What is included

  • Tea or Coffee
  • Sightseeing by foot

What to bring

  • Open mind and maybe a notebook
  • Good walking shoes
  • camera

About your Localist

Saira

To date, I've explored, photographed and written about over 1000+ secret gems in London. I love discovering new places, meeting new people and sharing experiences. I derive so much inspiration from my everyday explorations and encounters, and channel this into creating work I love- from short stories and poetry, to film and photo series'. My project has received support and recognition from various arts and heritage organisations including the Southbank Centre, NHM and Rich Mix as well as from the Mayor of London, local leaders, MP's, community groups, and a number of the special places featured.
My motto is don't just visit a city, live it.


Language

  • English


$ 28 p.p.
 
 
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