Park to Park Sunday walk – Highbury Fields to Finsbury Park


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Highbury & Islington Station, London, UK

Event details

2024-05-12 13:00
13:00 UTC

Want to get to know London through its parks? Join a Walk that takes in the Parks of north London.

Starting at Highbury Fields we will walk through Stoke Newington and near north London, taking in Clissold Park, Woodberry Down Park & reservoirs, New River walk, and Finsbury Park.

The walk covers about 5 miles and will take about 2 hours, finishing at Finsbury Park.

Accompanied children and dogs free – but the dogs have to be kept on a lead, and not bother other participants.

Where possible we try to choose an accessible route.

Meeting place: Highbury & Islington Station
Take the tube: Victoria line, or Overground Date & time: Sunday May 12th 2024, 1 pm
Distance: 4.6 miles End point: Finsbury Park Station Map: Komoot

Cost: £8 early bird (upto 15 tickets) / £12 thereafter, per adult walker
Contact: email: Tim [splot] Ingram-Smith [splat] mobile: 077932 00932

Can’t make the date but would fancy joining another Park to Park walk?

Park to Park Sunday walk – Olympic Park to Bow Creek – Sunday 10 March

Park to Park Sunday walk – Green Park to Primrose Hill – Sunday 14 April

Park to Park is a series of walks through London exploring and connecting its parks and green places. This exploration of the metropolis is coordinated by Tim Ingram-Smith who co-founded the London Spiral in collaboration with well-known walking creative Andrew Stuck, founder of the Museum of Walking and co-director of walk · listen · create.

Andrew Stuck

Andrew Stuck

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Andrew is the founder of the Museum of Walking, created to bring people together and to make and showcase walking pieces and performances. Andrew also is a podcaster, interviewing creative people who use walking as a catalyst for their practice. Talking Wa...

Near Highbury & Islington Station, London, UK

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