Hounslow Heritage Guides - 2017 Programme

Next walk in the series is a tour of Chiswick Village

Kew Bridge
The first Kew Bridge (copyright Chiswick Local Studies)

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Hounslow Heritage Guides have announced their programme for the year.

The next walk in the W4 area is atour of Chiswick Village on 30 July. Hear of Chiswick’s famous boat builders, and discover an Elizabethan timber framed building along with London’s smallest square, possibly the setting for the opening scene of Thackeray’s book, Vanity Fair.

Chiswick walks generally start from St Nicholas Church steps, Chiswick Mall / Church Street although the Strand on the Green walk begins at Cafe Rouge.

All Brentford Walks start at the corner of the High Street and the Half Acre, last up to 2 hours and return to the same place. Isleworth walks starts from All Saints Church.

There’s no need to book, just turn up before 2.30pm and pay the £3 cost to the Guide. Children go free.


30th Old Brentford
30th Chiswick Village


6th Isleworth Riverside
6th Brentford Road Rail & Canal
13th Isleworth – Graveyard to Cemetery 
27th Chiswick Village
27th Isleworth – Pauper to Patient +


3rd Isleworth Riverside
3rd Brentford Road Rail & Canal
16th / 17th  OPEN HOUSE
24th Chiswick Village
24th Old Brentford


1st Isleworth Riverside
1st Brentford Road Rail & Canal
15th Battles of Brentford 
29th Chiswick ‘Bodies & Ghosts’
29th Isleworth – Pauper to Patient +

All walks are circular except those marked +. Once only tours are in bold.

The full programme of walks across the borough is at www.hounslow-heritage.org.uk


July 21, 2017

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