Walks

Walks

Many of the Forum's member societies organise guided, heritage walks in their area. Normally, each spring, the Forum publishes a booklet listing all the walks then known about for the forthcoming year. Unfortunately, walks were suspended during the Covid-19 lockdown and no booklet was produced for 2021/22.
Following the Government announcement of a "roadmap" to take the country back to normality, some members have planned - at least provisionally - walks for later in 2021 and into 2022. We list below those we know about.
Contact the organiser for information on any restrictions, bookings and joining details.

DATE

ORGANISER

DETAILS

CONTACT

Self-guided

Norwood Forum

WEST NORWOOD TOWN CENTRE  Our map will guide you to the location of 21 blue plaques. Download the map, or use the Google map, HERE

Self-guided

Streatham Society/The Ramblers/Streatham Literary Festival

Streatham Literary Walk North Walk : a stroll around the north of Streatham visiting locations connected to its famous literati.

Download the walk HERE

Self-guided

Streatham Society/The Ramblers/Streatham Literary Festival

Streatham Literary Walk South Walk : discover the homes of famous authors and the places they visited.

Download the walk HERE

Various

Florence Nightingale Museum

Florence Nightingale's London Walking Tour
Walk in the footsteps of the ‘mother of nursing’

details  

Sunday 10 Oct

Friends of Windmill Gardens

A guided walk around the area where John Ashby built Brixton Windmill in 1816

Sunday 17 October

Brixton Society

Railton Road, marking the 40th anniversary of the original Brixton Riot of April 1981

Sunday 14 Nov

Friends of Windmill Gardens

A guided walk around the area where John Ashby built Brixton Windmill in 1816

If you have any ideas for walks, or want to volunteer to lead one, please contact the relevant society through the Members page.