Wed06Apr

Group Walks: Street Art (Murals) Along the Canal

11:00am - 12:30pm

Maypole in Castle Gardens

Street Art (Murals) Along the Canal

Wednesday 6 April at 11am

Starting from the Maypole area in Castle Gardens

Around 90 minutes, steady pace

Information about the pace of our walks, what to wear/bring, the weather and much more can be found on our City Council Group Walks page

We head along the Grand Union Canal, passing some great street art (murals) along the way. The canal art trail was painted by Graffwerk, a consortium of artists, with the help of local communities.  We return to the city centre via city streets, taking in a few more murals as we go. The walk finishes at the Clock Tower in the city centre. Please be aware there are no toilet facilities at the start location (the nearest are 10 mins walk away in Newarke Houses Museum, The Newarke – please allow time to make your way to the start of the walk). 

This short walk is free to attend, but numbers are limited so please book via Eventbrite or by phone to secure your place when booking has opened. 

For full details about this walk, click ‘Book your space’ below to visit Eventbrite.

Contact details

For group walk enquiries please contact:
Telephone: 0116 373 7589 (Monday to Friday 9am – 5.30pm)
Email: choosehowyoumove@leicester.gov.uk

We are happy to help during office hours, so please get in touch. We regret our phone line is not staffed at weekends or bank holidays. 

How to book

Booking is essential. This short walk is free to attend, but numbers are limited so please book via Eventbrite or by phone to secure your place when booking has opened. 

For full details about this walk, click ‘Book your space’ below to visit Eventbrite.

Cancellations
If you are no longer able to attend, please cancel your place via Eventbrite or contact us by phone (during office hours) to cancel your place so we can allow others the opportunity to attend. Thank you in advance.

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