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September Walk: Animal Pasts in London today

2013 July 29
noli irrititare

Found in Holborn…

This is a walk from Smithfield to Russell Square

Alongside our human ancestors, animals have created the physical and cultural landscape of London as it exists today. In this walk of c. two and a half hours we will be looking at traces left by cattle, horses, dogs and cats – and their human companions. Skirting the city this walk will offer a different way of seeing London.

 Companion animals welcome!

 Saturday 14 September

2pm prompt meet outside Barbican tube, Aldersgate, EC1A 4JQ

I am organising this walk as a fund raiser for the Hillside Animal Sanctuary that offers a home for life to animals rescued from the farming industry. Hillside also campaigns for animals in need, especially those routinely abused in factory farming.

You must register in advance so I can advise you of any last minute changes etc – by emailing me through the website – hilda[at]hildakean[dot]com

Please bring a cheque made out to Hillside Animal Sanctuary – suggested minimum donation £8

2 Responses Post a comment
  1. Erika Cudworth permalink
    August 16, 2013

    Hi Hilda

    any space left on this September walk? It looks great!

    Cheers, Erika

    • Hilda Kean permalink
      August 18, 2013

      Yes Erika. I have put you on the list. I’m still taking bookings for both.


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