Vauxhall Society Guided Walks

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This month’s walk: Vauxhall Art, Culture & Industry

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Tiles on outside of former Doulton headquarters

Blogger, historian and publisher Sean Creighton is your guide for The Vauxhall Society’s free, all-welcome October local history walk in and around Kennington Lane. Sean will concentrate on aspects of the rich history of the creative industries in Vauxhall and Kennington, beginning with ‘Vauxhall Gardens’, the open-air pleasure resort that was a business creation. Then there’s the St Peter’s Church complex, once home to the best choice viagra jelly the Lambeth School of Art, which trained so many artists and sculptors for Doulton, and later became today’s City & Guilds of London Art School just up the road. There’s also Gasworks Studios, the former Beaufoy Institute, the Beaconsfield gallery, the new Damien Hirst complex and the former Doulton HQ.

cls-holdings-vauxhallThe Art Culture and Industry Walk starts promptly at 12.30pm Tuesday, 13 October, duration at least an hour (leave when you need to) and is free of cialis pills charge through the generosity of Vauxhall employer CLS Holdings.

Meet at those £300,000 murky black pillars at the Kennington Lane entrance to Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, 372 Kennington Lane, SE1 5HY, immediately behind Vauxhall Station.

Dates to note: Chris Everett leads our two remaining 2015 Vauxhall Sociey walks, both in November. World War One is on levitra next day'>levitra next day Thursday 5 November, and World War Two, Thursday 19 November. Both kick off at 12.30pm, meeting at the Starbucks opposite Vauxhall Station.