Free, all welcome.
Leaving 10.30am sharp from Tate South Lambeth Library, 180 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1QP. Lasts an hour or so.
Your guide: Sean Creighton, local blogger, community activist, historian and publisher.
This walk is a Friends of Tate South Lambeth Library event, in association with The Vauxhall Society/vauxhallhistory.com, and is part of English Heritage’s dual celebration of the birthday of the England’s national bard, Shakespeare (26 April) as well as of St. George’s Day, 23 April, feast day of the patron saint of England.
This walk will centre on the St George Wharf/ MI6 stretch of the Vauxhall riverside and cover local history, past and present, in particular the question of local identity.
Note these Vauxhall Society/Vauxhall History walks dates in your diary:
22 May and 29 August 2017, 2.30pm sharp from Starbucks, opposite Vauxhall Station
The Heyday of Vauxhall Gardens
All comers welcome. On-the-day donation of £5 to the Friends of Tate South London Library equally welcome.