Cut through the Limehouse Cut

25 June 2017

10:30 - 12:30

Limehouse DLR Station
Limehouse
London
United Kingdom
E14 7JE

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RPS Members and Non-membersFree 

Image - Canal boats in Limehouse Basin by Jen Pedler 

The Limehouse Cut, built to link the River Lea at Bromley with the Thames, was one of the earliest canals built in England. On this walk, of just over two miles, we will follow its course from Limehouse to Bromley-by-Bow. Along the way we will see both wildlife, some of the canal’s industrial heritage and modern development.

Paths may be uneven so please wear appropriate footwear and bring a drink to keep you hydrated.

We meet at Limehouse DLR station and finish close to Bromley-by-Bow Station. 

 

WE HAVE RECENTLY BEEN EXPERIENCING PROBLEMS WITH OUR ON-LINE BOOKING SYSTEM (BLUE BUTTON) ABOVE.  IF YOU DO HAVE A PROBLEM BOOKING A PLACE, PLEASE E-MAIL LONDON-NATURALLY@RPS.ORG AND THEY WILL BE ABLE TO RESERVE A PLACE FOR YOU.

Cancellation policy

This event is free but bookings are necessary because numbers are limited . If you book a place but subsequently find you are unable to come, please let us know so that your place can be allocated to someone on the waiting list.

Hearing and access requirements

We will be walking on some rough, unmade paths which may be muddy, so please wear appropriate footwear and bring a drink to keep you hydrated

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