Sky Ride - A Trip to the River
Sunday 05 Oct 2014

Join us and meander along the Thames from Kingston to Kew, passing Ham Lands, Teddington Lock, Petersham Meadows, Richmond Riverside, Old Deer Park and Kew Gardens. Look out for stately homes – Orleans House, Ham House and Syon House. Enjoy a choice of stops, at Richmond Riverside, Kew Green or at the award-winning Petersham Nurseries, or simply relax in the tea garden at the Hawker Centre after the ride.  This is a great easy route and ideal for children and families wanting to get out for a lovely ride on a Sunday.

Meet outside Kingston Gate Gardens (on left after you enter Kingston Gate), Richmond Park Queens Road KT2 7SQ in time for a 2.00pm start. Parking is available inside the park.

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14:00 - Sunday 05/10/2014
Ends:
15:45 - Sunday 05/10/2014
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