- Bygone Days to the Present Day - Cycle Ride
- Tottenham Marshes
- Watermead Way
- Sunday, 17 June 2018
- 10:00 - 14:00
Bygone Days to the Present Day - Cycle Ride
A 20 mile circular cycle ride to celebrate the wonders of the 1700’s to the Victorian times.
You will learn how the East London WaterWorks Company became Middlesex nature reserve and that the new Walthamstow Reservoir is now one of the largest urban wetland nature reserves in Europe, with its Victorian pump house that’s been turned into a Visitor's Centre. To the bygone times of Three Mills where the Grade I House Mill remains the largest tidal mill in the world.
A specially discounted guided tour for the mill and refreshments are included in the price of this ride.
This ride will take up to four hours so please make sure your party is capable of cycling long distances (20 miles)
Please bring your own cycle repair kit and all other equipment including a helmet
Please make sure you bring water with you
Lunch is not provided. You are welcome to bring your own picnic or buy lunch along the way
By train: the nearest stations are Northumberland Park and Tottenham Hale on the Liverpool Street line (10 minute walk)
By bus: routes 76, 192, 363 stop on Watermead Way (5 minute walk)
By car: the car park can be reached from the A1055 which is close to the A406 North Circular