This route is an oldie that was originally created to link some historic Dickens’ sites. Can’t really remember any of them now. That’s old age! Anyway it takes us south of the river, a place where cabbies fear to go, so should be less hassle for the Marshals.
Tomorrow is the Royal Parks Ultra Marathon,so we are going vaguely South West.PLEASE NOTE that means we will be meeting at Wellington Arch (the LFNS start point) and NOT Serpentine road.
This Sunday sees our monthly Snail Stroll, designed to encourage those new to Street skating to give it a go. NOTE: Not new to skating; you must still be able to stop, turn and control your speed. It is however slower and shorter than usual, and most will be able to keep up and discover the pleasures of skating round this great city.
This Sunday is our monthly “snail” stroll. They are shorter, slower and hopefully easier than your average stroll. They are intended to encourage people new to street skating to give it a try. NOTE: they are not for people new to skating; you still must be able to stop, turn and control your speed. So what are you waiting for? See you on Sunday!
I don’t know, you wait ages for a new Lead Marshal and then two come along at once! This week Canadian Roger takes the helm and leads us to Shepherds Bush and back. Slightly longer than the average Sunday Stroll, but what do you expect from a native of the North American Continent.
This Sunday sees the annual London MarathonÂ so to avoid getting trampled under foot by 35,000 runners, we are heading North.
You asked for it and here it is. New, Improved, Snail. The monthly skate for people who want to try street skating.
Smoother, shorter, slower. Nine out of ten cats, when asked, said their owners preferred it.
So what are you waiting for? Clean up those skates, make sure you can stop, turn, control your speed, and come and join us for one of the best free experiences in London.
Skate, skate and skate again.
Skate, skate and skate again..
This week we revisit some of our favourite bits of the centre of town, with the occasional new twist. The forecast is sunny and cold, so wrap up warm andÂ take this chance to top up your vitamin D levels.