Saturday 7 June
Walk and Talk about the English Revolution and the Putney Debates
12:00 - meet at Barnes Bridge rail station for a walk along the Thames
14:00 - join up at St Mary's Church, Putney
St Mary's Church was the scene of the Putney Debates (a series of discussions between members of the New Model Army and the Levellers) during October/November 1647. It has a small exhibition about these momentous events.
- 12 midday – walk from Barnes Bridge rail station to Putney Bridge along the Thames path (about 4 miles) - allows time for sandwiches/drinks along the way
- 2pm – meet at the church to see the exhibition and discussion
There are direct trains to Barnes Bridge & Putney from Waterloo every 4-7 minutes. Alternatively, there are trains from Victoria to Clapham Junction every 7-8 minutes, where you can change for Barnes Bridge or Putney.
For the walk from Barnes Bridge:
If you don't want to walk, but want to join up for the exhibition & discussion at St Mary's Church, Putney:
Tube to St Mary's Church
Nearest tube station Putney Bridge - cross bridge to church
More details/keep in contact on the day: 07871 745258