Forest walk ‘on the edge’: the changing face of Snaresbrook

boundary-markerMysterious boundary markers in the forest will be discussed on the walk

The Epping Forest Heritage Trust will host a free guided walk around Snaresbrook on 27 June.

“Snaresbrook has always been ‘on the edge’: of the forest, of Wanstead, and even now, on the boundary of Waltham Forest and Redbridge… This walk has two themes: water and transport, both important in explaining why people moved to Snaresbrook in the 18th century,” said historian Lynn Haseldine-Jones, who will lead the two-hour tour, departing from Snaresbrook Road car park at 10.30am (booking required).


Author: Editor