EVENT: SAVE Walking Tour of the Lost Walbrook River


Lost for more than 600 years, the Walbrook still runs through the heart of the City of London underground. This walk follows its course through the modern streetscape, tracking the history, culture and architecture that mark its path from the Shoreditch city fringes to the Thames itself. The walk will reach the Thames at low tide, allowing a visit to the foreshore to locate the final traces of London’s most significant, yet least known river.

: Saturday 4th August

Time: 10am-12pm

Tickets: £12 Friends and Saviours, £15 members of the public (plus Eventbrite booking fee).

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Dr Tom Bolton is the author of Camden Town: Dreams of Another LondonVanished City and London’s Lost Rivers: A Walker’s Guide. He is an urban researcher and writer, specialising in the culture and history of London.

London’s Lost Rivers: A Walker’s Guide is widely available, but best bought from the publisher, Strange Attractor. It costs £9.99.


Booking essential as places strictly limited. If you are unable to purchase a ticket please call the office on 020 7253 3500 to join the waiting list.

Image: Walbrook Sculpture by Cristina Iglesias. Credit: 1London Blog