‘A Victorian Christmas’ guided walk round Westbourne. Wednesdays 6th & 13th December starting at 11am from outside The Vintage Lounge café in Westbourne arcade. Photos of these walks are on the walkingtalks Facebook page.
Photos of the Westbourne Rotary ‘Wonderful Westbourne’ walk 26.11.2017 and ‘A Victorian Christmas’ walk 06.12.2017 can be seen on the walkingtalks Facebook page. Photos of previous walks and Show & Tell are on the Walkingtalks Facebook page.
For all walks group bookings on alternative dates can be arranged. Hattie is also available for talks and illustrated talks.
Also why not try out Hattie’s two self-guided circular Bournemouth walks from the Hotter Shop in Old Christchurch Road. Visit http://www.hotter.com/blog/walk-with-hotter-and-discover-bournemouth/ and http://www.hotter.com/blog/discover-bournemouth-with-hotter I would be interested to hear what you think about them.
Get festive on ‘A Victorian Christmas’ guided walk in Westbourne with Hattie Miles. Come along and you will learn that Westbourne’s expansion has many parallels with the development of our traditional Christmas celebrations. You’ll find out about crackers, carols, cards and more. Trees, tinsel and turkey will all feature as well as Christmassy readings from the Victorian era.
Wednesdays 6th and 13th December, both starting at 11am from outside The Vintage Lounge Café in the centre of Westbourne arcade, BH4 9AY
Price £5 … no need to book, just turn up!
After the walk there are various good cafés and restaurants for refreshments
Be prepared: please dress appropriately for the weather and I always recommend that you wear comfortable shoes. Walks will last about about an-hour-and-a-quarter. We finish in plenty of time for lunch and Christmas shopping. There are a number of pay car parks around Westbourne and good bus services to Westbourne. There is also on-street parking nearby.
The first commercial Christmas card, above, was designed by Henry Cole in 1843