After our trial walk from Cheshire to St Albans we are planning a regular series of walks, hikes and other explorations of the city.
Did you know that just under half of London is made up of green space?
SINGA Explore is the opportunity to discover parts of London and beyond while getting to know others from the community.
Everyone is welcome. Whether you have lived in London for a long time or have just arrived, or perhaps haven't had the chance to get outdoors as much as you would like, our one-day walks are perfect to get fresh air while exploring an unexpected part of the city.
Join us as we head on to the Oak Trail in Epping Forest on Sunday 20 May.
It starts and ends at Theydon Bois station, on the Central line. We will meet at 10:00am and set off for 10:15am. At just over 6 miles in distance, we expect the walk to last around 4 hours. More than 90% is "off road" and there will be plenty of opportunities to stop and explore as much as possible.
If you'd like to come, please be sure to RSVP so we have an idea of numbers on the day.
SINGA Explore is a new strand of activity and we have ambitious plans to expand. If you're interested in helping to organise, be involved and develop these sessions, drop us a line!
Although there is no charge, SINGA's activities and projects are run by volunteers so a small donation of £5 or more from those participants that are employed is more than welcome This will help support SINGA’s ongoing activity development, enable the community to grow and create more ways for our community to connect!
About Epping Forest:
Located in the North of London at the border with Essex, Epping Forest is the London's largest open space with a rich wildlife and history. Epping Forest is made up of many distinct areas of woodland, grassland and other habitats, such as Ambresbury Banks and the Deer Sanctuary. Whether you wish to escape the urban sprawl and unwind, or want something a little more active, Epping Forest is the perfect day sanctuary spot still within easy reach of London.