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 HI EVERYONE
HERE ARE 3 WALKS JOING ANY THAT YOU LIKE
A walk to Eltham Palace (incl. optional visit of the same) from Woolwich Arsenal
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• Sunday, October 4, 2015
12:00 PM
• Woolwich Arsenal station
Woolwich New Road, London, SE18 6EU (map) , London(map)
• We'll be meeting outside Woolwich Arsenal Rail Station (near DLR station). If you can't find us, please ring[masked]
• For this walk we will be joining London's Life Celebrating Nation of Lutrinians. Because of this, there will be no charity collection but Lutrinians do request all participants to contribute £1 towards the costs of organising the event. 
We will be meeting outside Woolwich Arsenal station at noon and walking to the famous and picturesque Eltham Palace. The walk is about 4 miles. After we get there, some of us will be going inside (yes, you do need to pay). Before we do that, perhaps we can sit down for a drink somewhere nearby.
I promise I will try to choose the greenest possible route
That's pretty much it :) We're peace-loving and generally charming people, so if you're a newbie, please don't be shy and click that RSVP button!
Exact meeting point: Outside this exit at noonhttp://statics.192.com/estreet/original/large/1063/10636374.jpgPlease note that we will be leaving the station no later than at 12:15 pm. If you are late, we will not wait (I bet this sounds like a poem for a reason)




Maritime Blackwall - Spice Traders and Ship Builders
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• Sunday, October 4, 2015
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
• East India DLR Railway Station
Blackwall Way, London (map)
• Price: GBP7.00 /per person
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• Blackwall in Londons Docklands has as much maritime history as Greenwich, its just that you have to look a bit harder to find it. In this two hour walk Rob Smith uses fragments of the old dockyard and street names to tell the story of the East India Company, who made Blackwall their home for almost 250 years. You will hear stories of bravery, greed and ingenuity. The walk also visits the Leamouth Peninusula, one of the most unusual places on the Thames with a maritime history of its own. There is a visit to Londons only lighthouse and a chance to hear part of Longplayer, a piece of music that lasts 1000 years.
Rob will also tell the stories of some of the ships built in the famous Blackwall Yard and youll hear how Blackwall is at the heart of communications in the 21st century.
London Destroyed!
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• Thursday, October 15, 2015
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
• Westminster Tube Station Exit 4
Westminter, London (map)
• Price: GBP7.00 /per person
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This walk, part of the Literary Footprints Festival looks at the London locations that have featured in dystopian and post apocalyptic fiction. London has been destroyed fictionally many times in books films and paintings. The walk will involve readings from some of these works, allowing the walkers to contrast the current surroundings with the imagined world of the author. We will consider the various reasons that writers have felt the need to see London in ruins, looking at works by HG Wells, JG Ballard, Mary Shelley, George Orwell, John Wyndham and others
Covent Garden Tour – Famous Places, Famous Faces
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• Saturday, October 3, 2015
2:00 PM
• Temple Tube Station
Victoria Embankment, London (map)
• I'll be waiting opposite the entrance to the tube
• Price: GBP7.00 /per person
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• Covent Garden may be known for its bustling markets and crowd pleasing street performers… but did you know that it was once a red light district? It’s also home to the world’s most haunted theatre! Surprised? Want to find out more? Then come along to our Covent Garden Tour and learn more about this tourist area’s once seedy past and how it ties into the lives of those living on its streets today.
The tour will be led by the lovely Viv, one of the super talented walking guides from the award winning 'Unseen Tours' group.
After we've finished the walk (Around 1hr 45mins) we're heading a local pub for drinks and chit-chat!
Another great afternoon out with London Social Walks awaits!

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