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Healthy Walks to feed your mind

London SE1 website team

The second part of local writer John Constable's series of free guided walks around North Southwark is about to get under way.

Healthy Walks
John Constable reveals the mysteries of Cross Bones graveyard during his Ghost Walk (photo: Kate Nicholls)


The aim of the walks is to help local residents discover healthier, safer ways of getting around their neighbourhood. Explore its fascinating history, culture and community with Southwark Mysteries and help survey new routes to inform future transport and planning decisions.

Bankside Restaurant is offering a 20 per cent discount to all participants in the Healthy Walks.

Wednesdays 1pm meet Southwark TIC (1 hr)

Southwark Tourist Information Centre inside Vinopolis, Bank End, SE1

July 21st – Healing Walk

July 28th – Literary Southwark

August 4th – Taverns and Stews

August 11th – The Outlaw Borough

Wednesdays @ 7pm meet John Harvard Library (1 hr +)

assemble in the covered area outside John Harvard Library, Borough High Street, SE1

July 21st – The Secret Elephant

July 28th – Roman Walk

August 4th – Ghost Walk

August 11th – Dickens Walk

Sundays @ 3pm meet Tate Modern (1 hr +)

outside the Turbine Hall entrance, at top of main concourse

July 25th, August 1st and 8th – Tate to Elephant walk

The walks are conducted by Southwark Mysteries in partnership with Green Lanes and Elephant Jobs. The project is supported by Elephant Links and Groundwork Southwark.

For more details contact John Constable on 020 7403 1496 or email [email protected]">[email protected]

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