Clapton Estate to Hackney Central

Walks, England, Greater London, Hackney

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  • Start at Gilpin Square.

    Step 1: Start at Gilpin Square.

  • Pedro Boxing Club opened in 1929, making it one of the oldest functioning youth clubs in London. Run by boxing champion, James Cook.

    Step 2: Pedro Boxing Club opened in 1929, making it one of the oldest functioning youth clubs in London. Run by boxing champion, James Cook.

  • Continue up Rushmore Road

    Step 3: Continue up Rushmore Road

  • Step 4:

  • Left on Chatsworth Road, which once had a market running 4-5 days a week, along the full length of the street.

    Step 5: Left on Chatsworth Road, which once had a market running 4-5 days a week, along the full length of the street.

  • Some interesting old shopfronts.

    Step 6: Some interesting old shopfronts.

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