Our London talks with Peter Berthoud, a London Guide and Writer, looks at an unusual aspect of London’s history.Thursday 23rd May, 7.30pmThe next talk will be on London’s New River which celebrates its 400th birthday this September.This incredible four hundred year old artificial waterway was designed to bring fresh water from Hertfordshire into London and is still doing so today. Originally nearly forty miles long the New River’s path meandered from Chadwell (via Bowes Park!) to The New River…See More
NRAG member John Polley is leading five walks along the New River on Sundays in 2013.Walks are normally around 15 miles (25 km) in length, and it's not unusual for them to finish at an attractive pub!We do hope you can join us for at least one of our walks!More details here nearer the time, including estimated timings and how to get to and from the routes.John has scheduled five walks for 2013, with a special 400th anniversary walk on Sunday 29th September.The 29th September this year marks the…See More
Bat Walk - Thursday April 18th SORRY THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLThe warm weather has arrived just in time to tempt the bats out of hibernation for our bat walk! Come and learn about bats, see them and hear them (with a little help from a bat detector) in Alexandra Park. Starting at 7.45pm, lasting about an hour. A few places left, so please book by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org .See More
David Lindo, the Urban Birder, will enthral us by recounting how birding became a lifelong obsession and led to a high-profile career in writing, in television and guiding. His urban birding adventure has taken him from watching ‘Uncle Bird’ and ‘Spoonwings’ from his bedroom window as a child in London to uncovering unusual species in…See More
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