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2022 The Wtlands Walk here 2022

Tour guide Geoff Castro organises long distance exercise for our members, forcing us to walk between pubs. In 2013 this was 10 pubs (ex;cluding the river bus!) .   For 2014 "Our Mutual Friend" Geoff had  "Great Expectations" for the London Wolves walk on a tour of Dickens' London;  For 2015 we expected to encounter the supernatural and a visit to Karl Marx start. 2016 brought craft beers to the fore around Clerkenwell while in 2017 we ventured East to Greenwich and raised a glass to The Doog.  2018 brought out the Wolfie in Tooting while 2019 took us to visit the Naked Ladies of Twickenham.

Deferred from 2020 2021 is A Ramble around Rotherhithe

An Autumn "Ramble around Rotherhithe".

          By popular demand - or, requested by the Chairman at least - I have organised a belated "summer Wolves walk" for SATURDAY 9th OCTOBER. The tour will take us to London's oldest riverside wet dock, a city farm, an ecological park, a museum and the place from where the "Mayflower" set sail in 1620.  Meet at the Wetherspoons “Surrey Docks” at 11:30 for 12 start (or earlier for breakfast) More details

Geoff writes

 London Wolves Walk: Saturday 29th June 2019.

A Twickenham Trek featuring a number of naked ladies*    

Yes, its that time of year again when the London Wolves take in some culture ........ washed down with copious amounts of alcohol!

This year it is the turn of Twickenham to entertain the hoards of followers who normally attend the famous London Wolves walks.  Home of England rugby, numerous poets and artists, the footballer of Loos, Eel Pie Island (a former famous rock venue), the inventor of the clockwork radio and, of course, those famous naked ladies, Twickenham is well worth a visit. Wonder at the beauty of Strawberry Hill House - an 18th century gothic castle - and Marble Hill House and gardens (built for Henrietta Howard the mistress of George the second) before moving swiftly onto the next pub!

So, if you have been tantalised or at all tempted by the delights of Twickenham, grab your sun cream and mankini/bikini - I know I will be bringing mine (the sun cream that is) - and head down to "The William Webb Ellis" Wetherspoons pub at 24 London Road Twickenham TW1 3RR for an 11-30 start on Saturday 29th June.  The WWE is just 6 minutes walk from the mainline Station (turn left, past Waitrose, and the pub is what suspiciously looks like a bank)

Twickenham can be reached by frequent trains from Waterloo or by District Line/North London line to Richmond and a short mainline hop to Twickers.

* although before you get too excited guys, Geoff would like to point out that the ladies comprise of a few nymphs made of marble, or a beer with a luscious aroma!

Previous Walks.

The 2013 walk was entitled from South Bank to North Bank and is on this page Walk2013  2012 from Richmond to Kingston is here other pages are on our archive site.  Please touch/click on a picture to access the photographs for the walk.

2023 a Tower Trot and a Southwark Stroll

2022 The Wetlands Walk

2021 (deferred to 2021) The Surrey Docks

2019 The Naked Ladies of Twickenham

meet at the William Webb Ellis nr Twickenham station

Pictures and details of earlier walks hav ebeen moved to the 2015-18 Archive site

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2018Power to the People of Tooting - A world cup walk

2018Power to the People of Tooting - A world cup walk


2016 A Crafty Tour of Clerkenwell

2017 GREENWICH on The Doog's Anniversary

27 Jun 2015 Hampstead Heath & Hauntings



2014 Dickens Walk

2013 From South to North Bank



2012 Richmond-Kingston-Tide end town (page restored to this site)

2011 Regent’s Canal


2010 The Thames Path - Putney to Richmond

2009 The Wandle