A Ruskinian Walk In Chiswick And South Acton

A guided walk taking in some of the area's noteworthy buildings

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A Ruskinian walk through Shared Heritage will take place on Saturday 21st September and Sunday September 22nd.

The Ruskinian Walk starts at the RIBA Award-winning and wildlife-themed Chiswick Park Business Estate (Richard Rogers Partnership 2000).

Other focal points are the homes of William Willett, builder and originator of Daylight Saving Time, and Richard White, co-founder of the Law Society; South Acton Estate, birthplace of painter Patrick Caulfield, with its South Acton Children's Centre ( Llowarch Llowarch 2006); also crossing the 'Stamford Brook' underground river to view the Woodlands Park Ice House.

The walks begin at Building 3, Chiswick Business Park, W4 5YA at noon on Saturday 21st September and 2.30pm on Sunday 22nd September and last for around two hours.

They are led by the South Acton Residents Action Group ( SARAG). Tel 020 8993 2740


September 11, 2013

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