Waterway walks

Learn to spot wildlife on a waterway walkCome with Thames21 on a guided nature walk.
Join us for an outdoor journey that will leave you relaxed and refreshed.
Learn about your local wildlife, plants and history, by exploring nature with all your senses.


See London from a different point of viewEvery Monday we will discover another local natural highlight.
Everybody is welcome, whatever your age or ability.
The walks are between one and four hours long.

Recent studies suggest that regular walking could reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, some cancers, osteoporosis and arthritis.

Walking could also increase your muscle tone, boost metabolism, help you lose weight, ease stress, raise energy levels and improve sleep.

Research also suggests that natural outdoor exercise, such as walking, is one of the best ways to treat and prevent depression.

Check the calendar of events for a walk that is suitable for you.

Look for this symbol for walks suitable for wheelchair users
Steep walks up hill or short slopes, muddy at some places. Not suitable for wheelchair users or people with mobility restrictions.

Please make sure that you wear appropriate shoes and clothes and bring a packed lunch and drink.

These walks are part of the Waterways and Wellbeing project, supported by the Big Lottery Fund.
Contact Judith Ressler for more information.
E: judith.ressler@thames21.org.uk
T: 07824 491 166