Freedom Pass London/1 update information

20/09/2014 21:09

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

Walk 9: Holly, ivy, chestnuts & sharks’ teeth
Walk 12: Tilbury's seal of approval
Walk 24: Feisty females pub crawl 

Walk 9: Holly, ivy, chestnuts & sharks’ teeth

[Updated 13/12/2017]  The pub 'Ye Olde Leatherbottle' has been demolished to make way for houses. Food such as soup is on offer from a kiosk by the Lesles Abbey information centre instead.

Walk 12: Tilbury's seal of approval

Tilbury Fort

Leaving the fort

[Updated 14/04/2015] p.112 Where walkers are directed to follow the wall around Tilbury power station on footpath 146, they should be warned that this path can be hard going because of all the rubbish washed up by the river. Also, at least 100 yards of it are underwater at high tide, and if you are there as the tide is going out, it can be very slippery.

Walk 24: Feisty females pub crawl

[Updated 11/04/2016] Two of the pubs on this route now appear to be permanently closed. They are the Charlotte Despard and the Lillie Langtry.

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Dave Farris posted on 07/06/2018 10:22
On walk 1. Instruction after the comments about Downe Bank, page 20, says to ‘turn right into a track (signpost Downe 1/3 mile). It should instruct you to turn left.
Evelyn Shaffron posted on 06/08/2017 23:27
On walk 15 a great walk but at the end of the walk,there is not a bus 505 as it no longer runs. At the end of the walk near Highbridge street, you will find Sun Street, there you will find Shake and crape where you can get gluten free crapes and GF waffles all freshly made.In the same street is Annies who also sell gluten free food .

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