Heritage Walk: Local History of Wash Common01 May 14:30
A 2 hour ramble through 4500 years of human occupation of Wash Common, from Neolithic through enclosure, local industry & turnpike roads to housing estates. Mostly pavements & footpaths. NB – there is little provision for seating / rest stops for less mobile participants on this walk.
YOUR GUIDE: Dave Stubbs was for many years the ‘local bobby’ at Wash Common – his interest in local history awakened by digging up a civil war musket ball in his back garden. He has accumulated a wealth of local lore which he loves sharing through talks and guided walks.
Monday 1st May, 2.30pm
Meet at Falkland Memorial, Essex Street, Wash Common – NOT Corn Exchange
£5 adults, £4 concessions, under-16s free
Tickets available from the Corn Exchange 0845 5218 218 firstname.lastname@example.org or online using the link below (online booking fees apply).