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Plumstravaganza

2019

26th August to 8th September

Walks Talks

Positive Plumstead Project Walk 1

 

Thursday 29th August 2019, at 4pm

Exploring Green Thamesmead & The Ridgeway.

 

Approx 2 hours; but bus routes are available at suitable
break points, if you want to “jump off” the walk.
Thursday 29th August 2019, at 4pm,
meeting at Plumstead Station.

No need to book.

Thanks to Joanna Marie for use of these images. The copyright remains with her.
Thanks to Joanna Marie for use of these images. The copyright remains with her.

This walk explores parts of Thamesmead (starting at Plumstead Station) that are green and pleasant, and include some of the canals. We will start by walking along the Ridgeway, then get off at Birchmere Park (you can then join the 177 bus route back if you wish) or stay with us for the next leg, as we then explore some of the green parts of Thamesmead, before ending up back at Plumstead Station. We will also be joined by the Ridgeway Users Group who will tell you more about the work they do with Thames Water to improve the Ridgeway. They also run a number of community events where you can get involved.

NOTE: - All walks are free of charge and they are organised by volunteers, but tokens of your appreciation are encouraged. All proceeds go to Positive Plumstead Project. You may also wish to join us: membership is £2 pa.

Thanks to Richard Spink for use of this image. The copyright remains with him.
Thanks to Richard Spink for use of this image. The copyright remains with him.

Positive Plumstead Project Walk 2

Wednesday 4th September 2019, at 4pm

Exploring Plumstead High Street.

Approx. 1 to1.5 hours. Flat terrain, easy pace.
Wednesday 4th September 2019, at 4pm,
meeting at The Plume of Feathers.

 

No need to book.

This is a repeat of a successful walk we ran during last year’s Plumstravaganza. Many people live in Plumstead but don’t really support our local shops. Jess will introduce you to some of her favourite local businesses. We’ll end our walk just past the train station and pop into one of the cafes for tea/coffee and possibly a slice of borek.

NOTE: - All walks are free of charge and they are organised by volunteers, but tokens of your appreciation are encouraged. All proceeds go to Positive Plumstead Project. You may also wish to join us: membership is £2 pa.

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