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Wednesday After Work

Rethinking Cities is taking to the streets in July with four participatory walks that begin after work on Wednesdays.  

Rethinking Cities has a track record of creating highly popular events at which in depth discussion and professional networking thrive:  Conversations for Future Lifestyles, the hugely popular Talk the Walks, and Writing Wall Workshops.  They are now extending their activities to exploring and discovering London neighbourhoods.  

Wednesday After Work Walks are not a traditional led walk, although they may keep to a route, they are an opportunity for participants to shape the itinerary. For each walk you will be given a field notebook for you to keep. The walks will stimulate discussion and the sharing of ideas, and you will be encouraged to record your own interactions with the spaces and places of interest along the route in your field notebooks. There will be opportunities to share knowledge and be collaboratively creative!

For each walk, you do need to register before the walk takes placefollow the links below.

Wednesday 6 July at 6.00pm meet at Emma Cons Gardens (opp the Old Vic) - Tree or False? Tall (Tree) Stories in SE1:

Wednesday 13 July at 6.15pm meet at Baker Street station (by the Sherlock Holmes statue) to join Tom Bolton, Centre for Cities and author of London’s Lost rivers: Tracing the Tyburn

Wednesday 20 July at 6.15pm meet at Denmark Hill Station to join Martin Fidler, artist and sculptor, for a Ruskin Walk:

Wednesday 27 July at 6.15pm meet at Vauxhall bus station (by tube entrance): Loved Up London: a discovery of London’s secret romantic places:

Places are limited so register promptly to join a Wednesday After Work Walk.

Date added: 3 July 2011

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