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Taking a Nature Poem for a Walk
May 20 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm BST£5.00
Please join Johannah Barrett, poet and a qualified Clerkenwell and Islington Guide and member of CIGA, for a creative walk through the local urban and green spaces around Mildmay.
Starting in King Henry’s Walk Garden, Johannah will guide you on a walk around local green spaces in the company of ‘A London Plane Tree’, a poem written in 1889 by Amy Levy. As we pause at each space, we will be able to enjoy, discuss and reflect upon the poem and its message about the experience of nature in London.
We will also be able to learn more about Amy Levy, whose ashes are interred in a local Jewish burial ground, itself now a Grade II listed site of historical significance as well being rich in biodiversity.
This event is part of the 2023 Chelsea Fringe
10 people max.
Children aged 8 and over are welcome if accompanied by an adult
If KHWG needs to cancel a workshop, all booking fees will be reimbursed in full
Booking fees refund policy:
- Booking fees will be refunded for requests made more than 4 weeks before a workshop
- Booking cancellations requested between 4-2 weeks before a workshop will not be reimbursed, but may be transferred to another workshop.
- Booking cancellations requested less than two weeks before a workshop will not be refunded