London Region Street Walk

14 October 2017

09:45 - 14:00

Hackney Central Railway Station
Amhurst Road
London
United Kingdom
E8 1LL

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Non RPS Member£0.00 
RPS Member£0.00 

This month we re-visit Hackney, this time exploring the Broadway Market, but with a walk starting from Hackney Central Overground. This takes us past the refurbished Hackney Empire along Mare Street, diverting close to London Fields and then on to the Market.
 
Broadway Market dates back to the mid 19th century when it earned a reputation for providing fresh meat and poultry. After years of decline, in 2004 volunteers from the local traders’ and residents’ association set about transforming their ailing market. Now, it is one of London’s most successful (and most gentrified) local markets with 80 stalls heaving with cheeses, meats and fish, cakes and preserves and a fruit and veg stall that’s traded on the market for the past 50 years. It is thriving with restaurants offering a diverse range of fine foods, and shops and stalls offering designer clothing, organic fair trade products, health product and crafts.

Exit Hackney Central Overground and meet at the junction between Amhurst Road and Mare Street at 9:45am.

All welcome, please book using the booking link.

This event is entirely outdoors:  the weather in October can be changeable and the streets may be slippery from rain/wet leaves.   Attendees must come prepared for the weather and wear good walking shoes.

Cancellation policy

This event is free, but numbers are limited. If you have booked a place and find you are unable to come, please e-mail the even organizer so that someone on the waiting list can have your place.

Hearing and access requirements

No special provision. This is a street event which is entirely outdoors, involving travel between the various locations. In October the weather may be rainy and perhaps cold, so please come prepared. Wear good walking shoes and be aware that pavements may be slippery due to rain/fallen leaves.

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