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Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 Aug 18
Along the aptly named River Walk we spot one of fantastic murals
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Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 Aug 18
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Next, our walk along the takes us out of into Chingford Hatch. We take a brief pause as the river leaves the woodlands, before we take to the streets of Chingford
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Creative United Aug 18
“Growth is the great separator between those who succeed & those who do not. When I see a person beginning to separate themselves from the pack, it's almost always due to personal growth.” John C. Maxwell. Inspiring words!
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Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 Aug 18
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Now housing, some features of the original stadium remain, including the Grade II listed Front Range and score board
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Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 Aug 18
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And then we track back on ourselves to follow the course of the Ching across Ranger's Rd towards White Hall plain.
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Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 Aug 18
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Rarely for a London river, The Ching flows above ground for most of its route. It culverts for the first time at the old
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Liz Daly Aug 18
Today i attempted to tweet as I walked for . Finished a bit late but brilliant walk
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TheMakeEscape Aug 14
Did you catch at the recent ? We were delighted to see your fabulous textile collages from Walthamstow Garden Party forming a 🌈 backdrop to their embroidery workshop 😀
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Creative United Aug 11
We are really excited about our next cohort of creative businesses, starting the FORGE programme in September. We have a range of companies from fashion to floral design & event management.. Watch this space for more details!
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Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 10h
Have you taken a look at the artists performing on the EastSide Tent at ? There's a bunch of amazing local talent heading to Ridgeway Park on 31 August and it's bound to be fantastic! 🙌 Take a look and explore the artists:
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WF Flames Aug 16
U12s at Walthamstow school for girls, Church Hill, Saturdays 2-3pm Contact us for more info 🔥 🏀 🔥
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Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 Aug 18
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Back in the woodlands of Higham Park The Ching has widened, and is truly meandering. We can see it all around us
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WalthamStuff Aug 16
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Zeynep Yalcin Aug 15
And I will be one of the “legends” volunteering at this great event. I can’t wait. Come and join us tomorrow evening.
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WalthamStuff Aug 17
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thinkFOUNDATION 17h
Sooooo close! It’s make or break time with the campaign 9 days left and £2630 to raise. Help us be something good for our community
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Rendezvous Projects CIC 23h
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Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 Aug 18
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And we finish the walk once more beside the Ching, through woodlands to Chingford Rd Morrisons. Here, it culverts for one last time before joining the River Lea North of Banbury Reservoir
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Ellie Wilson Aug 18
The source of the River Ching at Connaught Water
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Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 Aug 18
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The Highams Park was created by great 18th century landscape designer Humphry Repton for the estate of the former Highams House, now a school This is Repton Lake, which the River Ching flows alongside.
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