Wellbeing walks from the Bloomsbury Squares -summer/autumn programme

The Association of Bloomsbury Squares and Gardens invites you on healthy, brisk walks around Bloomsbury with the expert Camden Guides.* Just turn up on the day for a one hour circular walk. Free of charge.
Spaces limited – allocated on a first come, first served basis. Walks will go ahead in all weathers.

*Sessions are run on a volunteer basis by qualified Camden Guides, https://camdenguides.com/*
Day DateTime Meet atWalk toSee
Mon18.07.22 1100Red Lion SquareRussell SquareMeet the Pope of Russell Square and his Cats
Tue26.07.22 1100Marchmont Community GdnArgyle Square gardensFrom dust heaps to gardens
Wed03.08.22 1100Mecklenburgh SquareWoburn WalkTo the shops with a Georgian Queen and other ladies
Mon08.08.22 1430St George’s GardensTavistock SquareIn pursuit of Peace and Friendship
Tue16.08.221200Tavistock SquareRussell SquareVotes for Women –  Emmeline Pankhurst
Wed24.08.22 1230Russell Square (fountains)Fitzrovia ChapelDiscover Fitzrovia’s hidden gem
Thur01.09.221400Bedford SquareBrunswick SquareHear the inspiring story of an extraordinary Victorian woman of colour 
Mon05.09.22 1430Russell Square (fountains)St AndrewsHear about overflowing burial grounds
Mon12.09.22 1430Bloomsbury SquareTavistock SquareHear about the pioneers who improved the wellbeing of children
Thur22.09.221200Tavistock SquareRussell SquareVotes for Women – Christobel Pankhurst
Mon26.09.221100Mecklenburgh SquareCartright GardensA Foreign Queen and a ‘Father of Reform’
Fri07.10.221100Gordon Square (café)Doughty MewsLearn about Amelia Edwards and the Egypt Exploration Society
Mon10.10.221200Red Lion SquareEly PlaceA  Saintly Nun, strawberries and a hidden cherry tree
Tue18.10.221200Russell Square (fountains)St Giles in the FieldsA walk encompassing tragedy and comedy
Mon24.10.221430Brunswick SquareGordan SquareThose fiesty women spies in WW2
Mon31.10.221430St George’s GardensTavistock SquareHear about the pioneers who improved the wellbeing of children
Thur10.11.221100Bedford SquareGreat James StreetVisit the home of the crime fiction writer Dorothy L Sayers
Sat19.11.221200Queen SquareGranville SquareVisit two Islington Squares with a surprising ownership
Thu24.11.221400Bedford SquareThe ColonadeHear about  the great manure crisis of 1894
Sat 03.12.22 1200Marchmont Community GdnRegent’s CanalVisit a site of Georgian industry and transport

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