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Regent's Canal, London, WOKINGHAM 3 group

Walk along the Regent’s Canal – Little Venice to Camden Lock

The Regent’s Canal designed by John Nash, and named in honour of the Prince Regent, later George IV, opened in 1820. Orignally intended to run through Regent’s Park, also designed by Nash, it runs around the edge of the park, and through part of London Zoo. Enjoy the Regency villas, weeping willows, colourful houseboats and gardens on the way to Camden Lock.

We will get the train to Paddington, walk to Camden and return to Paddington by taxi or public transport. Sue will email further details.