Edge Walking #12: The Dengie

12 October 2017 // Edge Walking

The latest in a series of posts from Tom Bolton – author of London’s Lost Rivers and London’s Lost Neighbourhoods – as he travels the coastline of the British Isles Unwilling to leave the Essex coast until we had achieved some sort of full stop, we made plans to return to the Dengie. Spread between […]

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Edge Walking #11: Imber, Salisbury Plain

14 September 2017 // Edge Walking

The latest in a series of posts following Tom Bolton – author of London’s Lost Rivers and London’s Lost Neighbourhoods – as he travels the British Isles. This month, a diversion to Wiltshire. When we reached the Essex county boundary, on the River Stour outside Manningtree, in June 2017, we thought our year-long coast walk […]

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Edge Walking #10: Harwich to Manningtree

16 August 2017 // Edge Walking

The latest in a series of posts following Tom Bolton – author of London’s Lost Rivers and London’s Lost Neighbourhoods – as he travels the coastline of the British Isles. The weekend before the General Election, politics were becoming more interesting, but few doubted the result to come. The Prime Minister seemed ill at ease […]

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Edge Walking #9: Thorpe-le-Soken to Harwich

8 July 2017 // Edge Walking

A series of posts following Tom Bolton – author of London’s Lost Rivers and London’s Lost Neighbourhoods – as he travels the coastline of the British Isles. In the three weeks since we had last visited Essex, an election had been called, acknowledging the political doubt hanging in the air since the previous summer’s EU […]

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Edge Walking #8: The Naze and Hamford Water

24 May 2017 // Edge Walking

A series of posts following Tom Bolton – author of London’s Lost Rivers and London’s Lost Neighbourhoods – as he travels the coastline of the British Isles. We returned to Essex the day Article 50 was triggered. Brexit had a created new language, enormous implications packed into a portmanteau phrase, or hidden behind a paragraph […]

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