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Sunday 22 May 10.30am - 4.00pm

Springtime river walk: Finding Pymmes Brook

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stretch of the pymmes brook

Enfield residents, join us on a FREE, friendly, guided walk to find the 'real' Pymmes Brook!

This will be a glorious springtime walk in which we will explore a stretch of the Pymmes Brook as it flows east of the Great Cambridge Roundabout. We want to hear what you think about the river, how well you know it, what it means to you, and what it feels like to discover new stretches of this vibrant river. Together, we'll be making a film about the Pymmes Brook and its people.

EVERYONE is welcome and priority will be given to people who live in Upper Edmonton and Edmonton Green. Children must be over 8 and all under-18s must be accompanied by an adult. Places are strictly limited so book early!

This walk is approx 7km and includes steps and uneven ground. Our pace will be relatively brisk so that we cover the distance, but we will be stopping to look, talk, and have lunch. Should you wish to join us for just part of the walk, let us know and we can advise about best places to 'leave' the walk to access public transport.

Wear sturdy shoes, dress suitably for the weather and bring packed lunch and drinking water! Start 1030am, finish at 3-4pm. You will be invited back for a FREE celebration event and screening of the film.

Meeting point and other details when you register!

This project is supported by Enfield Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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