Turner and The Thames at Richmond.
Experience the magic of a winter twilight along a stretch of the Thames beloved by the artist Turner, who lived nearby. This walk coincides with the enchanted illuminations at Syon House, viewed over the river.
Meeting Point: Kew Bridge Station 17.50 for 18.00 prompt start.
This walk will take two hours, the entire section taking place after sunset. Bring walking shoes, warm clothes and a torch. We will finish at a pub where members of the group can have a coffee or a soup.
This walk is dog and wheelchair friendly, though does involve some unlit stretches of the riverside walk. Dogs and their owners may have to sit on the outside chairs at the end of the walk.
Wendy Shillam, a trained walk leader, will lead the walk
Once checked and paid for you will receive an emailed receipt that is your ticket for the event. Please keep it safe.
For night-walks please ensure you wear warm clothes, good shoes and come with a torch and a warm drink. We cannot guarantee that cafes will always be open, though we try to find a suitable stop-off point at the end of the walk.