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Walk the Line 2020 Routes

East Route | West Route
| South Route | North Route | List of Parks| Local Businesses | Get Social

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Please note that Parkland Walk on North Route is not suitable for wheelchair-users, and there are steps to/from Canal Walk which is on the East Route.

 

East Route:

Interesting things to see and visit on route:

Newington Green    

Mildmay Public Library 

St Luke’s Church

Spot the…

Great for family days out, can you spot these sights along the route?

 

West Route

Interesting things to see and visit on route:

Waterlow Park 

London Canal Museum 

King’s Cross station 

Whittington Hospital

Spot the…

Great for family days out, can you spot these sights along the route?

 

 

South Route:

Interesting things to see and visit on route:

Barbican Centre 

Smithfield Market 

Hatton Garden 

Exmouth Market

 

  

North Route:

Interesting things to see and visit: 

Archway Bridge 

Parkland Walk 

Sunnyside Community Gardens 

Finsbury Park and Clissold Park

 

Spot the…

Great for family days out, can you spot these sights along the route?

 

 

Parks 

Even though Islington has very little green space compared to other London boroughs, there are some lovely parks to enjoy within the borough lines, and Walk the Line route passes parks in other boroughs such as Finsbury Park (Islington/Haringey/Hackney) and Clissold Park (Hackney). 

 

 

Support Local Businesses

We have teamed up with a number of independent businesses to provide refreshments along the way and will update the list on this page. Watch this space!

➡️ If you are a local business on the borough boundary please get in touch with our Development and Communications Manager Anu at Anu.Liisanantti@islingtongiving.org.uk!

 

Get Social 

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