February Meeting – The History of Askew Road – Monday February 11th, 6.00pm, The Greyhound, 49 Becklow Road, W12 9ER

From cows and sheep to horses and trams, come and learn how Askew Road has evolved over the centuries.

Local resident Caroline MacMillan will explain how the Askew Road grew from a track through rural pastures, and when the farms, brickfields and the laundries of Starch Green gave way to the shops and businesses of today’s busy Askew Road.

Caroline organises regular walks in London and when warmer spring days arrive will be guiding walks around the local area including Askew Road.

www.askewbusiness.co.uk

Please forward this to anyone who may like to come along. All businesses and residents welcome. Free entry, just buy a drink at the bar.

Look forward to seeing you there!

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One response to “From cows and sheep to horses and trams, come and learn how Askew Road has evolved over the centuries.”

  1. Hello: I Won’t be able to make it on Monday but would like to hear about anything similar in the future.
    I was brought up in Rylett Road in the 50’s and have a big interest in the history of the area.
    Best wishes,
    Steve

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