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Cambridge Road Estate Resident Association, Kingston upon Thames, UK

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2020-09-12 17:30
17:30 UTC

We will repeat a walk around a district in Norbiton to see how it has changed in a year.

We will be listening to recordings of interviews from people that live and work there, and who may join us.

It will include poetry readings to and about features that may or may not still exist and listen to birds and bats (with bat detection equipment supplied).

For booking and the meeting point contact Alison 07867507086 (Toilets available at my house for the weary pilgrim). I can only take 6 but I will keep a waiting list in case this changes

Near Cambridge Road Estate Resident Association, Kingston upon Thames, UK

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