Kindly hosted by The Chancery Lane Association
Address: starting at Taylor St. Baristas, 26 Southampton Buildings, London, WC2A 1PN
Stop to glimpse our rich history and future in the making
Walking is usually a planned downtime activity; something to make us healthier but it is rarely done in London where we’re not required to do much of it at all. But there’s something else Club Members get from walking – perspective and discussion on our future through precious glimpses of a treasured past. We call it netwalking!
Join us on this the fourth of our popular ‘Walk the Talk’ events hosted by The Chancery Lane Association and led by expert City Guides, sponsored by Central Health Physiotherapy. Taylor St. Baristas has kindly offered to be our base.
This walk will take us through a regenerating Chancery Lane to enjoy Lincoln’s Inn Fields after it has closed, past Street’s Law Courts and the home of Twinings Teas, to take in our very own ‘Roman’ Baths as well as a far from disused tube station that has a real history! And a lot, lot more besides!
Please note this is a rearranged date. Places will be limited.
6 – 8.30 pm
For a few hundred pounds, why not sponsor this event? Sponsor a Guide and brand our Route Plan. Contact Ann Cadogan at MBC HQ 01993 844776.
Image : Samuel Zeller
About our host:
The Chancery Lane Association (CLA) was set up in 2006 to provide an important voice in the evolution of Chancery Lane and the immediate area. The CLA comprises local owners, occupiers, institutions and interest groups, providing an important conduit for all involved to express their vision for the improvement and long-term promotion of the area. chancerylaneassociation.co.uk / chancerylane.london
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