COMMUNITY LEGACY WALKS
Missed out on Olympic and Paralympic tickets?
Come along to our FREE walks... share your stories, learn all about the area, mental health history, the history of the games, and catch a glimpse of the stadium from the green and pleasant spaces of Victoria Park. All planned and run by volunteers.
This Friday 7th September, Sunday 16 Sept & Tuesday 18th Sept
• Meet at Hackney Museum 12 noon at the Cafe Tables.
• Address of Museum: Hackney Museum,1 Reading Lane, London E8 1GQ (Across the square from the Empire, buses stop on Mare Street)
• Walks finish at Hackney Wick station approx 3pm, but you can leave earlier
Bring your Olympic and Paralympic stories, and a packed lunch! Wear weather appropriate clothing and comfy shoes.
Ring 0798 242 3559 to contact us on the day of the walk.
No booking required, just turn up. If you would like more info please contact Clara. firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 020 7701 2696 to speak to Clara or leave a message.
All walks are accessible – please contact us if you have specific access requirements or would like to ask us any questions.
Enjoy exploring and discovering new areas? Uncover hidden histories and local mysteries, tall tales and true stories of the unexpected – How was ‘Blind Fred’ ahead of his times? What is it like volunteering for the Paralympics? What do local volunteers think of the changes to the area? Would you like to hear a poem called ‘The Routemaster Race?’ All this and more on our volunteer led walks, run by disabled and non-disabled volunteers. We are looking forward to meeting you!
Official Link: http://www.cooltanarts.org.uk/category/communitylegacywalks/