Friday, 19 November 2021, 8:30am


Looking downstream towards the railway bridge at Putney

Foreshore archaeology guided walk

Join one of our professional archaeologists to discover the archaeology of the foreshore beside Putney Church where the victorious army of parliament discussed the remaking of Britain at the end of the Civil War. Hear about the 18th century Putney Bridge and see Anglo-Saxon and prehistoric remains (tide permitting).

The meeting point for this walk is at the top of the ramp in front of the Boathouse Pub on Brewhouse Lane, SW15 2JX.

Free concessionary tickets are available for Londoners over 65, London based-Veterans and Londoners living with dementia, Parkinson’s or mental health Problems.

COVID-Secure Activities


The safety of all our staff, volunteers and participants is our priority. All our activities are run with a COVID-secure risk assessment in line with current guidance. We comply with the ‘We’re Good To Go’ Visit England industry standard for activities during the COVID-19 outbreak.


• Book tickets for all the members of your party – including children
• Follow the instructions of the Walk Leaders at all times
• Wear a face covering if you prefer


• Come if you have COVID-19 symptoms, if you or someone in your household has had a positive test, or if you’ve been told to self-isolate.

We’ll give you a full refund, before or after the event, if you’re unable to attend because you have COVID-19 symptoms, you or someone in your household has had a positive test, or you have been told to self-isolate.

If we cancel a walk, we’ll refund your order. We will also keep your details on file, and give you priority booking for any new walks we organise.

Our walks are extremely popular and usually sell out, please let us know as soon as possible if you’re not able to attend.