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Animal and Nature Walks in London for World Animal Day

world animal dayThis autumn join our fantastic guided walks to celebrate World Animal Day and raise vital funds for Asia’s suffering animals. You will discover London’s secret animal history, plus enjoy nature in the city as you walk through four of London’s most beautiful parks! See London’s hidden Victorian dog cemetery, discover which London resident created the cat flap, hear the tale of the Nazi ghost dog, find out who are the real political fat cats such as Treasury Bill as well as the chief mouser at the Ritz, Anne Boleyn’s favourite pet and the mole that killed a king. As both walks are mainly through London’s parks or back streets, street-wise dogs are also very welcome. Two walks on the weekend before World Animal Day Saturday 1 October (3.5 miles) 10am From the Two Bears fountain Kensington Gardens to Piccadilly Circus £12 adult, £6 children (under 16) Family of four £30 Sunday 2 October (5.5 miles) 11.30 pm From the Two Bears fountain Kensington Gardens to Trafalgar Square £15 adult, £8 child (under 16), family of four £40 Both walks include laying a wreath at the Animals in War memorial and walkers are encouraged to bring their own tributes. Only the longer walk on the Sunday includes political fat cats, ghost and royal dogs, we recommend you eat a late breakfast or brunch beforehand as this is quite a long walk. Both walks will end with an optional visit to a dog friendly pub for a well-deserved drink, more information about London’s animal history and the work of Animals Asia. Walks are restricted to 20 people each day and must be booked in advance. For more information or to reserve your place contact Maren Dallmann: maren@londonaafsupport.org.uk

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