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Cider with Rosie revisited - 60 years since its publication 11am-3pm Saturday 2 November Start: Stroud Station GL5 3AP

Take to the hills with us on Saturday 2 November as we accompany you from Stroud station on a pretty route through the Cotswolds to the village of Slad, evocatively brought to life in Laurie Lee's best selling autobiographical novel Cider with Rosie.  Published 60 years ago, it has sold millions of copies, and is known to many as it was a staple in the school curriculum for English. Working with landscape photographer, printmaker and artist Kel Portman, founder of the landart collective, we seek out the haunts so beautifully described by Lee and encourage you to share your enthusiasms through reading, discussions and illustration.   

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Autumn Colours Flash Writing walkshop with Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone 
10am-1.30pm Saturday 26 October Start: Barbican Centre EC2Y 8DS Finish: Finch's on Finsbury Square EC2A 1AN  


Join our innovate creative writing walkshop, devised by City University writing tutor, Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone as we take a circuitous route from the Barbican Centre to Finsbury Square via tree-dense Bunhill Fields and trendy Shoreditch streets.

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Art Explorations: Victoria with Gail Astbury Wednesday 23 October 6-7.30pm Start: Little Ben SW1V 1AN

Know your Philipps from your Perry?  Seek out great art from contemporary sculptors and installation artists in this our last evening jaunt this year.  Join Gail Astbury to discover works in publics streets and parks, the Roman Catholic cathedral, within office lobbies on on the facade of buildings.  Surprising what is revealed within a short distance of Victoria station.  


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Stalking Trees with Dr Peter Coles - Beating the Bounds of Golders Hill and Hampstead Heath
10.30am-12.30pm Sunday 20 October Start & Finish Golders Green tube station
 
Autumn Colours beneath your feet as each step you rustle leaves, look up into the canopies of veteran trees as they shed their copper-coloured foliage.  Discover ancient boundary lines and tracks, hidden ponds and a secret garden, all win the company of keen-eyed Peter Coles, nature photographer and writer who has tramping across the park and heath for more than 40 years.

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