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London Rivers Week 2022: Understanding the Thames Estuary: Sustainable Development, Renewables, Flooding and Nature Conservation
July 11 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
As part of London Rivers Week 2022 and the EU ReSET project, Professor Mark Mulligan from King’s College London will hold a free guided walking tour from Chalkwell station to Leigh-on-Sea station via Hadleigh Castle (4.5 miles) taking in Sustainable Development, Renewables, Flooding and Nature Conservation of the Thames Estuary and Thames Gateway development area. Afterwards there will be a option for refreshments in the waterside pubs of Old Leigh.
Walking Route: Chalkwell (mudflats, conservation, development), Leigh on Sea (saltmarsh and flooding), Hadleigh Castle (landslides, flooding, renewables, conservation, development.
Suitable age 14+. Not suitable for dogs because they are not permitted on any of the beach areas. Booking is essential. We will send you an emergency mobile number to contact us on the day to those who have booked. Assume the event will go ahead if weather is wet.
Time – 13:30 – 16:30 BST
For full details and registration details click on link here.
London Rivers Week is a partnership campaign run through London Rivers Restoration Group, a sub-group of the Catchment Partnerships in London.