The 2018 programme is now past. We will be launching the 2019 programme mid-August.

  • Ice House, Woodlands Park
  • Harlech Tower (1968-71)
  • 19th & 20th century
  • Open House banner 2017
  • Home of Richard White (1809)
  • Home of William Willett (c 1877)
  • Through the South Acton 'Rec' (1889-90)
  • All Saints Road, 21st Century style
  • Jerome Tower's aerofoil roof (1963) seen from William Willett's Mill Hill Park Estate (1877 onwards)
  • Ealing in Bloom
  • Barwick House (1965) displays Thierry Noir's 2017 mural - 'Don't forget to brush your teeth'
  • Walking Workshop
  • Jerome Tower
  • SCBC Office
  • South Acton Estate's Green Lung
  • The Castles, L to R  -  Beaumaris, Glamis, Harlech & Corfe
  • William Willett's wall peeps through the foliage

A Ruskinian Walk Through Shared Heritage

Acton Borough Engineer

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Meet at: Building 3
place
Chiswick Business Park, 566, Chiswick High Road, W4 5YA
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Partial disabled access, Refreshments, Toilets
From RIBA award-winning Chiswick Business Park, a Ruskin/Morris themed walk through South Acton Estate, birthplace of artist Patrick Caulfield; Woodlands Park Ice House; home of William Willett, builder and Daylight Saving Time originator.

Design

Original design
Stanley Slight, Acton Borough Engineer , 1951
Original design
Thomas Norman l'Anson, Ealing's first Borough Architect , 1965
Landscape design
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, 2000
Refurbishment
Llowarch Llowarch Architects, 2006
Type
Walk/tour
Period
Historical/contemporary, Victorian, Inter-war, Post-war