In the Footsteps of Mudlarks – GREENWICH – 15th December 2018

Ethical foreshore exploration


A chance to get onto the foreshore at Greenwich and discover archaeological ‘Treasures of the Thames’. Who knows what will be found-old smoking pipes, drain pipes, pottery, bones…there is lots of evidence of London’s past to discover.


Meeting point: We will be meeting by the large canon at the front of the Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre, 2 Cutty Sark Gardens, Old Royal Naval College, London SE10 9LW, where we will take a short walk to the stone steps leading to the foreshore. Note: the last few steps onto the foreshore can be slippery – please make good use of the handrail.


Paying. You do not need a Paypal account to pay for this event – you can pay be Visa Debit as well. To pay by Visa Debit (or Paypal) click on the Paypal button and look to the bottom of the next page underneath the Paypal log-in, and click pay by card. You can also pay by Paypal on this page by logging-in in the usual way.


Booking: Booking is essential and limited to 30 people. Cost is £10 per adult and £6 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum age for children is 5 years). Maximum of 2 children per adult. In the event of the walk being cancelled due to low numbers we will notify you two weeks beforehand and issue you with a full refund. Unfortunately we cannot issue refunds for personal cancellations


PLA license: Thames Explorer holds a foreshore license issued by the PLA which covers people within our group.


Clothing: Even though the sun may be shining please dress for the possibility of bad weather. Wear clothing that can get muddy and sensible footwear – no flip flops, opened toed sandles or high heels!


General guidance: Thames Explorer publish the “Thames H&S Foreshore Guideines”; your guide will advise you on safety before going onto the foreshore. Digging and scraping are forbidden, however we are guaranteed to find pipes, pottery and lots of evidence uncovered by the twice daily tide. In order to protect the historic nature of the foreshore we request that you take only photographs and memories with you.


A note to our regular participants: walks on different days will start and finish at different times depending on the tide and weather conditions. Check above for the times of this walk.


If you have any questions please email: info@thames-explorer.org.uk or ring 020 8742 0057


Happy exploring…

In the Footsteps of Mudlarks – ROTHERHITHE – 1st December

Ethical foreshore exploration


A chance to get onto the foreshore at Rotherhite and find archaeological ‘Treasures of the Thames’. Who knows what will be found-old smoking pipes, drain pipes, pottery, bones…there is lots of evidence of London’s past to discover.


Meeting point: We will be meeting at the front of the Brunel Museum, Railway Ave, Rotherhithe, London SE16 4LF, where we will take a short walk to the stone steps leading to the foreshore. Note: the last few steps onto the foreshore can be extremely slippery – please make good use of the handrail.


Paying. You do not need a Paypal account to pay for this event – you can pay be Visa Debit as well. To pay by Visa Debit (or Paypal) click on the Paypal button and look to the bottom of the next page underneath the Paypal log-in, and click pay by card. You can also pay by Paypal on this page by logging-in in the usual way.


Booking: Booking is essential and limited to 30 people. Cost is £10 per adult and £6 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum age for children is 5 years). Maximum of 2 children per adult. In the event of the walk being cancelled due to low numbers we will notify you two weeks beforehand and issue you with a full refund. Unfortunately we cannot issue refunds for personal cancellations


PLA license: Thames Explorer holds a foreshore license issued by the PLA which covers people within our group.


Clothing: Even though the sun may be shining please dress for the possibility of bad weather. Wear clothing that can get muddy and sensible footwear – no flip flops, opened toed sandles or high heels!


General guidance: Thames Explorer publish the “Thames H&S Foreshore Guideines”; your guide will advise you on safety before going onto the foreshore. Digging and scraping are forbidden, however we are guaranteed to find pipes, pottery and lots of evidence uncovered by the twice daily tide. In order to protect the historic nature of the foreshore we request that you take only photographs and memories with you.


A note to our regular participants: walks on different days will start and finish at different times depending on the tide and weather conditions. Check above for the times of this walk.


If you have any questions please email: info@thames-explorer.org.uk or ring 020 8742 0057


Happy exploring…

In the Footsteps of Mudlarks – GREENWICH – 17th November 2018

Ethical foreshore exploration


A chance to get onto the foreshore at Greenwich and discover archaeological ‘Treasures of the Thames’. Who knows what will be found-old smoking pipes, drain pipes, pottery, bones…there is lots of evidence of London’s past to discover.


Meeting point: We will be meeting by the large canon at the front of the Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre, 2 Cutty Sark Gardens, Old Royal Naval College, London SE10 9LW, where we will take a short walk to the stone steps leading to the foreshore. Note: the last few steps onto the foreshore can be slippery – please make good use of the handrail.


Paying. You do not need a Paypal account to pay for this event – you can pay be Visa Debit as well. To pay by Visa Debit (or Paypal) click on the Paypal button and look to the bottom of the next page underneath the Paypal log-in, and click pay by card. You can also pay by Paypal on this page by logging-in in the usual way.


Booking: Booking is essential and limited to 30 people. Cost is £10 per adult and £6 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum age for children is 5 years). Maximum of 2 children per adult. In the event of the walk being cancelled due to low numbers we will notify you two weeks beforehand and issue you with a full refund. Unfortunately we cannot issue refunds for personal cancellations


PLA license: Thames Explorer holds a foreshore license issued by the PLA which covers people within our group.


Clothing: Even though the sun may be shining please dress for the possibility of bad weather. Wear clothing that can get muddy and sensible footwear – no flip flops, opened toed sandles or high heels!


General guidance: Thames Explorer publish the “Thames H&S Foreshore Guideines”; your guide will advise you on safety before going onto the foreshore. Digging and scraping are forbidden, however we are guaranteed to find pipes, pottery and lots of evidence uncovered by the twice daily tide. In order to protect the historic nature of the foreshore we request that you take only photographs and memories with you.


A note to our regular participants: walks on different days will start and finish at different times depending on the tide and weather conditions. Check above for the times of this walk.


If you have any questions please email: info@thames-explorer.org.uk or ring 020 8742 0057


Happy exploring…

In the Footsteps of Mudlarks – ROTHERHITHE – 3rd November

Ethical foreshore exploration


A chance to get onto the foreshore at Rotherhite and find archaeological ‘Treasures of the Thames’. Who knows what will be found-old smoking pipes, drain pipes, pottery, bones…there is lots of evidence of London’s past to discover.


Meeting point: We will be meeting at the front of the Brunel Museum, Railway Ave, Rotherhithe, London SE16 4LF, where we will take a short walk to the stone steps leading to the foreshore. Note: the last few steps onto the foreshore can be extremely slippery – please make good use of the handrail.


Paying. You do not need a Paypal account to pay for this event – you can pay be Visa Debit as well. To pay by Visa Debit (or Paypal) click on the Paypal button and look to the bottom of the next page underneath the Paypal log-in, and click pay by card. You can also pay by Paypal on this page by logging-in in the usual way.


Booking: Booking is essential and limited to 30 people. Cost is £10 per adult and £6 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum age for children is 5 years). Maximum of 2 children per adult. In the event of the walk being cancelled due to low numbers we will notify you two weeks beforehand and issue you with a full refund. Unfortunately we cannot issue refunds for personal cancellations


PLA license: Thames Explorer holds a foreshore license issued by the PLA which covers people within our group.


Clothing: Even though the sun may be shining please dress for the possibility of bad weather. Wear clothing that can get muddy and sensible footwear – no flip flops, opened toed sandles or high heels!


General guidance: Thames Explorer publish the “Thames H&S Foreshore Guideines”; your guide will advise you on safety before going onto the foreshore. Digging and scraping are forbidden, however we are guaranteed to find pipes, pottery and lots of evidence uncovered by the twice daily tide. In order to protect the historic nature of the foreshore we request that you take only photographs and memories with you.


A note to our regular participants: walks on different days will start and finish at different times depending on the tide and weather conditions. Check above for the times of this walk.


If you have any questions please email: info@thames-explorer.org.uk or ring 020 8742 0057


Happy exploring…

In the Footsteps of Mudlarks 16th December MILLENNIUM BRIDGE

Join us this summer for a fun session to discover the history of the Thames.


A chance to get onto the foreshore at Millennium Bridge and find archaeological ‘Treasures of the Thames’. Who knows what will be found-old smoking pipes, drain pipes, pottery, bones…there is lots of evidence of London’s past to be found.


Meeting by the glass obelix under the north bank of the Millennium Bridge we will explore the foreshore from there to Queenhithe Dock. We are guaranteed to find pipes, pottery and lots of evidence as the twice daily tide reveals London’s history…


A note to our regular participants: walks on different days will start and finish at different times depending on the tide and weather conditions. See above for the times of this walk.


Please pay by clicking the Paypal button above – once you are on that page you don’t need a Paypal account – just click on pay by debit or credit card.


Booking is essential and limited to 30 people. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum age for children is 5 years). Maximum of 2 children per adult. We require 15 participants for the event to go ahead. In the event of the walk being cancelled due to low numbers we will notify you two weeks beforehand and issue you with a full refund. Unfortunately we cannot issue refunds for personal cancellations. 


If you have any questions please email: foreshore-walks@thames-explorer.org.uk or ring 020 8742 0057


Even though the sun may be shining please dress for the possibility of bad weather. Wear clothing that can get muddy and wear Wellingtons or other suitable stout footwear. Happy exploring…

In the Footsteps of Mudlarks 2nd December MILLENNIUM BRIDGE

Join us this summer for a fun session to discover the history of the Thames.


A chance to get onto the foreshore at Millennium Bridge and find archaeological ‘Treasures of the Thames’. Who knows what will be found-old smoking pipes, drain pipes, pottery, bones…there is lots of evidence of London’s past to be found.


Meeting by the glass obelix under the north bank of the Millennium Bridge we will explore the foreshore from there to Queenhithe Dock. We are guaranteed to find pipes, pottery and lots of evidence as the twice daily tide reveals London’s history…


A note to our regular participants: walks on different days will start and finish at different times depending on the tide and weather conditions. See above for the times of this walk.


Please pay by clicking the Paypal button above – once you are on that page you don’t need a Paypal account – just click on pay by debit or credit card.


Booking is essential and limited to 30 people. Cost is £10 per adult and £6 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum age for children is 5 years). Maximum of 2 children per adult. We require 15 participants for the event to go ahead. In the event of the walk being cancelled due to low numbers we will notify you two weeks beforehand and issue you with a full refund. Unfortunately we cannot issue refunds for personal cancellations. 


If you have any questions please email: foreshore-walks@thames-explorer.org.uk or ring 020 8742 0057


Even though the sun may be shining please dress for the possibility of bad weather. Wear clothing that can get muddy and wear Wellingtons or other suitable stout footwear. Happy exploring…

In the Footsteps of Mudlarks 18th November MILLENNIUM BRIDGE

Join us this summer for a fun session to discover the history of the Thames.


A chance to get onto the foreshore at Millennium Bridge and find archaeological ‘Treasures of the Thames’. Who knows what will be found-old smoking pipes, drain pipes, pottery, bones…there is lots of evidence of London’s past to be found.


Meeting by the glass obelix under the north bank of the Millennium Bridge we will explore the foreshore from there to Queenhithe Dock. We are guaranteed to find pipes, pottery and lots of evidence as the twice daily tide reveals London’s history…


A note to our regular participants: walks on different days will start and finish at different times depending on the tide and weather conditions. See above for the times of this walk.


Please pay by clicking the Paypal button above – once you are on that page you don’t need a Paypal account – just click on pay by debit or credit card.


Booking is essential and limited to 30 people. Cost is £10 per adult and £6 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum age for children is 5 years). Maximum of 2 children per adult. We require 15 participants for the event to go ahead. In the event of the walk being cancelled due to low numbers we will notify you two weeks beforehand and issue you with a full refund. Unfortunately we cannot issue refunds for personal cancellations. 


If you have any questions please email: foreshore-walks@thames-explorer.org.uk or ring 020 8742 0057


Even though the sun may be shining please dress for the possibility of bad weather. Wear clothing that can get muddy and wear Wellingtons or other suitable stout footwear. Happy exploring…

In the Footsteps of Mudlarks 14th October MILLENNIUM BRIDGE

Join us this summer for a fun session to discover the history of the Thames.


A chance to get onto the foreshore at Millennium Bridge and find archaeological ‘Treasures of the Thames’. Who knows what will be found-old smoking pipes, drain pipes, pottery, bones…there is lots of evidence of London’s past to be found.


Meeting by the glass obelix under the north bank of the Millennium Bridge we will explore the foreshore from there to Queenhithe Dock. We are guaranteed to find pipes, pottery and lots of evidence as the twice daily tide reveals London’s history…


A note to our regular participants: walks on different days will start and finish at different times depending on the tide and weather conditions. See above for the times of this walk.


Please pay by clicking the Paypal button above – once you are on that page you don’t need a Paypal account – just click on pay by debit or credit card.


Booking is essential and limited to 30 people. Cost is £10 per adult and £6 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum age for children is 5 years). Maximum of 2 children per adult. We require 15 participants for the event to go ahead. In the event of the walk being cancelled due to low numbers we will notify you two weeks beforehand and issue you with a full refund. Unfortunately we cannot issue refunds for personal cancellations. 


If you have any questions please email: foreshore-walks@thames-explorer.org.uk or ring 020 8742 0057


Even though the sun may be shining please dress for the possibility of bad weather. Wear clothing that can get muddy and wear Wellingtons or other suitable stout footwear. Happy exploring…

In the Footsteps of Mudlarks 30th September MILLENNIUM BRIDGE

Join us this summer for a fun session to discover the history of the Thames.


A chance to get onto the foreshore at Millennium Bridge and find archaeological ‘Treasures of the Thames’. Who knows what will be found-old smoking pipes, drain pipes, pottery, bones…there is lots of evidence of London’s past to be found.


Meeting by the glass obelix under the north bank of the Millennium Bridge we will explore the foreshore from there to Queenhithe Dock. We are guaranteed to find pipes, pottery and lots of evidence as the twice daily tide reveals London’s history…


A note to our regular participants: walks on different days will start and finish at different times depending on the tide and weather conditions. See above for the times of this walk.


Please pay by clicking the Paypal button above – once you are on that page you don’t need a Paypal account – just click on pay by debit or credit card.


Booking is essential and limited to 30 people. Cost is £10 per adult and £6 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum age for children is 5 years). Maximum of 2 children per adult. We require 15 participants for the event to go ahead. In the event of the walk being cancelled due to low numbers we will notify you two weeks beforehand and issue you with a full refund. Unfortunately we cannot issue refunds for personal cancellations. 


If you have any questions please email: foreshore-walks@thames-explorer.org.uk or ring 020 8742 0057


Even though the sun may be shining please dress for the possibility of bad weather. Wear clothing that can get muddy and wear Wellingtons or other suitable stout footwear. Happy exploring…

In the Footsteps of Mudlarks 16th September MILLENNIUM BRIDGE

Join us this summer for a fun session to discover the history of the Thames.


A chance to get onto the foreshore at Millennium Bridge and find archaeological ‘Treasures of the Thames’. Who knows what will be found-old smoking pipes, drain pipes, pottery, bones…there is lots of evidence of London’s past to be found.


Meeting by the glass obelix under the north bank of the Millennium Bridge we will explore the foreshore from there to Queenhithe Dock. We are guaranteed to find pipes, pottery and lots of evidence as the twice daily tide reveals London’s history…


A note to our regular participants: walks on different days will start and finish at different times depending on the tide and weather conditions. See above for the times of this walk.


Please pay by clicking the Paypal button above – once you are on that page you don’t need a Paypal account – just click on pay by debit or credit card.


Booking is essential and limited to 30 people. Cost is £10 per adult and £6 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum age for children is 5 years). Maximum of 2 children per adult. We require 15 participants for the event to go ahead. In the event of the walk being cancelled due to low numbers we will notify you two weeks beforehand and issue you with a full refund. Unfortunately we cannot issue refunds for personal cancellations. 


If you have any questions please email: foreshore-walks@thames-explorer.org.uk or ring 020 8742 0057


Even though the sun may be shining please dress for the possibility of bad weather. Wear clothing that can get muddy and wear Wellingtons or other suitable stout footwear. Happy exploring…