16th October is going to be a BIG day. On that Sunday I’m inviting all those passionate about walking, urban walking, story telling and Reading to join me on a walk. Not just a walk but walk & talk – we’ll venture the streets of Reading, find out hidden stories and history and have fun. We’ll meet at Palmer Park Library at 12noon and walk through the side streets from London Road down to town centre. We’ll finish nowhere else but at Harvest Feast Artisan Food Market, organised by Laura from Pop-Up Reading at Milk Bar. There’s going to be a lot going on!
I spoke to Rebekah Brettle, founder and executive director of Neighbourhood Prayer Network, about the prayer walk project ‘A mile with Jesus’, her walks and prayers as well as about other things that NPN does. Read the interview and get inspired as I did during our conversation.
Reading has more to offer than the Oracle and shopping in town centre. If you only walk few minutes away from the town centre you’ll find fantastic walking routes. Those urban trails wil show you different side of Reading.
It’s an absolute pleasure to publish an interview with Laura, co-founder of Pop Up Reading. We spoke about Oxford Road, cooking, building community and more.
This a continuation of walk posted last week. Second part of the walk along Oxford Road in Reading will make you towonder about the connection between its past and the future.
Reading’s Oxford Road hides more historical secrets than you may think. Under its messy surface there’s a lot to discover. Join me on this walk to find out what they’re.
Sandra Bauer, marketing manager from Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College, talks about her favourite places in the area and the role of the college in the community. How long you’ve been working at the college? I have been working at the College since February 2016, so just six months now. It has gone very […]
Walk from Acton Central to Hammersmith has everything urban walker needs – plenty of independent shops along and green spaces to relax.
When we’re angry without any real reason it’s not about the other person doing something wrong but about us being too concentrated on ourselves.
Have a look at some of the shots from my most recent walk around Oxford Circus.