Garrett Fallon continues to trace the path of the lost River Peck through Peckham Rye Park as it meanders its way through a vibrant ecosystem and a rich history.
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Join Garrett Fallon as he follows in the footsteps of history to find the source and trace the path of one of London’s lost rivers, the River Peck. Fallon’s Angler · Ramble On Episode 3: The lost River Peck of London, Part 1
March 15th and another chapter closed, the book back high on the shelves for now, out of reach unless I stand on the tackle box that is on holiday in the back of the shed, any maggots within slowly turning to flies. If they’re lucky they might see daylight, if I get around to cleaning […]
Rising on the edge of the Chiltern Hills, not far from Luton, is one of the most famous angling rivers in the world. Many anglers have set foot on the banks of the Lea, many inspired, in part at least, by the writings of Izaak Walton – who cast here himself back in the 17th […]
Anyone who watched (or read) Charles Rangeley-Wilson’s The Accidental Angler may have been inspired to look for fish in places where they really shouldn’t be. As Rangeley-Wilson demonstrated, even in a City such as London, there are small streams and waterways tucked and tidied away in spots where we simply walk past without knowing their […]