Friday, April 20, 2007

Lewisham Walking Festival 2007- Ladywell Walks

The programme for the 2007 Lewisham Walking Festival is now available and it has more events than ever before. There are a number of walks in Ladywell, including one that Mike and other members of Ladywell Society are leading on May 22nd:

Where has all the Water Gone in Ladywell?
Where Is It Going?
Find out with the Ladywell Society

The Ladywell Society guys lead this informative tour around the damper parts of Ladywell, the original heart of Lewisham, keeping close to Ladywell Road. The walk and talk will feature the mineral springs, the ditch, the Lady’s Well, Playtower, the Ravensbourne, QUERCUS Project and the Water Sculpture at the hospital. Despite the aquatic nature of this walk, you won’t actually get wet unless it rains!

Linear walk of 2 hours, 1.5 miles taking in local history and nature. Suitable for all ages and abilities. Toilets at points on the walk. Bring a drink. Dogs on leads ok.

Meet at 19.00 outside the café on the corner of Algernon Rd and Mercy Terrace, just off
Ladywell Road past the railway line.
Bus: P4, 284, 122, 484 Rail: Ladywell
Finish: Lewisham Hospital, Riverside Block, William Carver Bridge
Rail: Ladywell Buses: 436, 75, 47, 199, 54, 208, 136, all from Lewisham High Street.


Plus the regular Out and About in Ladywell Fields Healthy Walks.

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