In the suburban commuter belt of South East London, less than 30 minutes from London Bridge.
This walk takes you through interwar period mock tudor housing, a cock-fighting pit and a gibbet (hanging post) that saw the end for local highwaymen.
A different side of London with cute country pubs and fine ales. The area was the home of William Willet, the founder of Summer Time. Take a trip to the countryside!
The best pubs in suburban London
This 3.8km walk will take you about 3 hours and passes by National trust woodland. If you fancy a longer walk you can walk through the woods back to Petts Wood station.
Interesting point on this walk:- When you cross the main road, look out for the “Here abouts stood a gibbet” sign (it was an old hanging post).
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