Rickmansworth & District

London Walks

Thank you to everyone who has supported our walks. Who would have thought Walthamstow would hide such historic buildings in a tiny oasis off the modern high street?

We travel up to the appropriate station either from Rickmansworth or Croxley stations to take the first train after 9.30. We are met by Colin Oakes, our blue badge guide, who explains to us the history of the area. The walks are at a gentle pace and last approximately 2 hours. At the end of the walk some stay for lunch.

Each walk is £5.00 per person and cheques should be made out to Colin Oakes. Walks can be booked two months in advance at the monthly meetings or make contact with the organisers via the "Click to send a message!" button on the right. Payment must be made at the time of booking. Because of the need to sort out the payment and paperwork in advance refunds can now only be given for cancellations made up to 2 o’clock on the day before the walk. Please do not combine a cheque payment for two walks!

Paul Tublin and Sue Hillier

Dates for your Diary
Fri Sep 27th Golders Green - Woolfe and Wigs - Please see the "London Walks" page For joining instructions - Golders Green Station - Northern Line.
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Mon Oct 28th Westminster’s Other Side - Please see the "London Walks" page For joining instructions - St James Park Station - Circle and District Line.
Mon Dec 2nd Stoke Newington - Shy and Sly - Please see the "London Walks" page For joining instructions - Manor House Tube Station - Piccadilly Line.
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More Group Pages
Architecture Art Appreciation
Bell Ringing Bridge
Classic Film COMEDY
Craft Cycling
Discussion Engineering Heritage
Family History Folklore
Food French
Games & Pastimes Gardening
German Golf
History Juggling
Keep Fit London Walks
Memories Movie Makers
Music Opera Appreciation
Painting for Pleasure Philately
Philosophy Photography
Pilates Play Reading
Poetry Circle Quiz
Reading & Writing Spanish
Swimming Table Tennis
Theatre Travel
Ukulele Players Walking