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Art Explorations with Gail Astbury 

Victoria

6.00pm-7.30pm Wednesday 23 October - tomorrow!!!

Start & Finish Little Ben, Wilton Street, Victoria

How often do you wander in London and wonder about the great art on display?

Gail Astbury artist and teacher leads this exciting exploration to discover works in publics streets and parks. Be surprised and awed at the wealth of wonderful artwork that you possibly have never either noticed or realised its significance. We visit the Roman Catholic cathedral, look within office lobbies and the facade of buildings. It is surprising what is revealed within a short distance of Victoria station.  
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Creative writing with Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone 

Autumn Colours - Barbican

10.00am-1.30pm Saturday 26 October - this Saturday!!!

Start Barbican Centre

This is our fourth flash half-day writing walkshop and a great opportunity develop and improve your writing skills. We are lucky to be working with City University writing tutor, Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone who brings a passion and infectious enthusiasm. 

You will be amazed at how much you write and as a published author, Rebekah has some great tips and advice as we walk, share ideas and create stories.

Our journey is a  circuitous route from the Barbican Centre to Finsbury Square via tree-dense Bunhill Fields and trendy Shoreditch streets.
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Exploring the Urban Forest with Paul Wood 

Walthamstow - the awesome trees of E17

10.30am-12.30pm Sunday 27 October - this Sunday!!!

Start Walthamstow Central

Join Paul Wood on our first autmnal walk to take a close look at the awesome urban forest in E17. This walk starts at Walthamstow Central Tube Station, and ends at Wood Street Overground Station, just a short distance from one of the highlights of this walk – the Wood Street Horse Chestnut, one of the Great Trees of London. As well as the venerable old Horse Chestnut, we’ll see a surprising diversity of other trees, both young and old including unusual maples, a swathe of birches, hazels, foxglove and Indian bean trees.
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