THE GREEN WALKS

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CLAPHAM COMMON WALK
(This large expanse of green in south-west London is a popular place for people to relax or play)

HAMMERSMITH TO BARNES WALK
(A very relaxing walk down the Thames)

HYDE PARK WALK
(Seized by Henry VIII in 1536 for hunting but later opened to the public by James I)

MORDEN PARK WALK
(Ends at Abbey Mills Market and The William Morris Wheelhouse)

REGENTS PARK WALK
(Laid out by John Nash in 1812 as a setting for classically designed villas and terraces)

RICHMOND PARK WALK – KINGSTON GATE TO ROEHAMPTON GATE
(This park was first established by Charles I as a hunting ground)

WIMBLEDON COMMON WALK
(One of the largest expanses of natural greenery In London)

WIMBLEDON PARK WALK
(A walk in the vicinity of the world-famous tennis courts)

And of course the
FOUR PARKS WALK
(Endless greenery. Are we really in the middle of London?)

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