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Sat 20 May, 2017
An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until Sun 4 June, 2017
Unravel the tale told by London’s mulberry trees, including of a 17th century silk industry involving King James I, Spitalfields Huguenots, and many of the capitals long-disappeared heritage sites for which these now veteran trees are the sole witnesses and were called “lost angels of ruined paradises” by the Edwardian poet Edward Thomas.
The Morus Londinium exhibition will run from May 20th and throughout the Fringe at two of London’s oldest mulberry trees, at Charlton House, Greenwich and Forty Hall, Enfield. For further details visit www.moruslondinium.org
Greenwich Mulberry Walk – SUNDAY 28 MAY 11am – 1pm
Greenwich’s mulberries have many fascinating stories to tell. The walk will start at the old mulberry tree at the entrance to Charlton House and finish at Sayes Court in Deptford. The guided walk is free but booking is essential here
Stalking the City’s Monastery Mulberries – TUESDAY 30 MAY 11am – 1pm
Discover the City of London’s historic mulberry trees amongst the monasteries, churches and Temple law courts of the City of London. Meet at Blackfriars rail and Tube station north entrance, Queen Victoria Street, EC4V 4DD. Supported by the Mayor of London, the guided walk is free but booking is essential here
- London postcode (first part)
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- Charlton House
London, Greater London SE7 8RE United Kingdom + Google Map
- 020 8856 3951