TRY telling the traditionalists that Middlesex no longer exists as a county.

It is nearly as old as The City of London and was made up of 32 districts, which are now part of various London boroughs.

Now, a walking tour and pub crawl is planned to recognise the breadth of old Middlesex, to support pubs, to deal with our need to exercise and for people from across the old county to make new friends.

Four walks a year - one per season, with the first in October '21 – are planned by Tripletree tours. They will always take place on a Monday and cover the districts of Pinner, Harrow on the Hill, Ealing, Twickenham, Teddington and Hampton Wick.

Itinerary for the first walking tour and pub crawl on Monday, October 24, is:
Noon The Queen's Head, High St. Pinner (Pinner Tube)
2pm The White Horse, Middle Road, Harrow on the Hill
3.15pm The King's Arms, The Grove, Ealing
8pm The Barmy Arms, Waterside, Twickenham
9.20pm The King's Head, High St, Teddington
10.20pm The Lion, Hampton Wick

In between, there will be talks about the history of Middlesex and London in The Dark Ages. You can join and/or drop off at any point.

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