Let's discover St. John's Wood together: walk for local mums & babies.

 St. John's Wood has so many fascinating stories to tell! The backstreets, the traditional local shops, the historic buildings, the churches, the schools! We are actually living in one of London's most amazing areas! So, we've planned a walk to explore our neighbourhood on Tuesday, May, 17th from 9:30 to 11:00 am. Victoria Rennoldson from Perfect Cuppa English will lead the walk and guide us through. She's going to tell us about the best local independent shops in the area, the best cafes to have a chat with our friends and places where we can go outdoors with our little ones this summer. We will also spot some celebrities' houses!

Southern end of High Street

Southern end of High Street

The walk is £10 per person and includes a hot drink at 3 House Club, at the end of the walk. We want to have the chance to chat about the walk, our neighbourhood and to get to know each other.

This walk is intended to be a relaxing one, so please take your most comfortable shoes, dress warmly and take your umbrella, just in case. We're living in London, after all, so it's better to have our umbrellas close...Anyway, we are determined to keep walking in case of light rain.

Mummies, do know that your little ones are welcome to join us, so prepare your buggies!

 

A few words about Victoria Rennoldson

 

Victoria was born in St. John's Wood and has lived most of her life here. She leads regularly walks for people to get to know some of the more hidden and unknown parts of North West London. Her business, Perfect Cuppa English, helps to settle international people and expats into life in London through personalised English language, culture and orientation.

Places for this walk are limited to 10 people, so sign up quick on the button bellow!


Should you need more information please email us at info@3houseclub.com. Or call as at 0207 586 9871.

If some of you have any mobility or fitness challenges, please let us know, so the walk can be adapted to include everybody.


Photo: www.stjohnswoodmemories.org.uk