Depart 10.40 Amersham Station. Either 09.26 Metropolitan Line from Kings’s Cross St Pancras, or 09.57 Chiltern Railways Aylesbury train from London Marylebone Station.
7 mile linear walk via Old Amersham and then, after attractive views across the Misbourne Valley, it reaches pretty Chalfont St Giles (of “Dad’s Army” fame) for a lunch stop, before ending at Chalfont & Latimer Station. No shorter option. Bring lunch or food available. Contact: 07900 286 254. Leader: Mike Cranstone.
Talk by John Waters. John is the pearly king of Finsbury and a member of the London pearly kings and queens society (charity No 1091098). John will give a talk in part on the history of the city of London and also on the tradition of the pearly kings and queens of London and their charitable duty of representing an iconic tradition of the sight of the pearly kings and queens of London. The London pearly kings and queens give away an average of £24,000 each year to London and home counties charities.
If we are lucky John might even give us a couple of songs to bring back the past.
Talk by Stephen Gilburt
The Brontes, Mothering Sunday, Cynthia Payne, salmon, Whistler, simnel cake, Cider with Rosie, JS Bach, Pam Ayres, ITMA & more.
Each show bristling with music, laughter, songs & facts. 2.00 for 2.30: St Peter’s Church Hall, Vera Ave, Grange Park, N21 1DN
W9 Bus or Grange Park Station. £5 on entry; just turn up. For more information: 020 8375 4118
All money raised goes to Age UK Enfield
Depart 10.30 St Margaret’s Station. Either 09.44 London Overground train from Southbury Station and change at Cheshunt for 10.09 Greater Anglia Hertford East train, or catch the latter train at 09.55 from Tottenham Hale Station.
7 to 8 mile circular walk in the conservation countryside of the Ash Valley via Wareside (lunch stop and possible option to end with a bus to Ware). Bring lunch or pub food available. Leader: Mick Spinks.
Come and meet The Enfield Society in the Park on this special occasion.
Meet 10.10 at entrance to Hertford North Station (09.44 train from Enfield Chase).
About 8¼ mile walk in attractively varied countryside with good views via Chapmore End and Rib Valley. Lunch after about 5 miles in Wadesmill from where option to finish by using 331 bus to Ware or Hertford. Bring lunch or pub food available. Afternoon walk of about 3¼ miles ends in Ware for frequent buses back to Hertford. Contact on day of walk only: 07490 480 251 (no voicemails). Leader: Stuart Mills.
Meet 10.35 Angel Station (Northern Line) for about 6 mile linear walk that links buildings, squares, gardens and outstanding examples of urban architecture with sections of the New River, green spaces and parks. Bring lunch or food available. Full route ends at Stoke Newington Station (London Overground line to Enfield Town) but many shorter options. Leader: Ian Reynolds.
Our heritage walks are an opportunity to explore parts of our Borough’s heritage on foot.
A walk along the conservation area of Church Street Edmonton with visits to All Saints Church and Lamb’s Cottage. The vicar of All Saints will provide a guided tour and there will be an opportunity to visit the inside of Lamb’s Cottage.
Free to members of The Enfield Society. Apply for tickets by sending your name and address, together with a stamped addressed envelope, to Heritage Walks, Enfield Society, Jubilee Hall, 2 Parsonage Lane, Enfield EN2 0AJ. Alternatively, apply for tickets by e-mail to email@example.com. As spaces are limited for this walk, there is a maximum of 4 tickets per applicant.