PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL OF OUR ACTIVITIES HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS IS IN LINE WITH FRENCH GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES RELATING TO COVID-19 VIRUS.
This walk will take us through the popular district of les Batignolles, from parc Monceau to Place de Clichy, on the look-out for a few Wallace fountains.
We'll walk along busy streets and pleasant parks, stop in one or two churches and discover this not so-well-known part of the 17th arrondissement.
A guided visit in late May will take us to the brand new district to the north of the arrondissement.
Note: Wallace fountains are part of the history of Paris; they were given to the city of Paris by the Englishman, Sir Richard Wallace, in the second half of the 19th century to supply clean drinking water to everyone in the city.
Meeting Place: See February newsletter for full details
Date: Thursday 18th February
Contacts: Sylvie and Valerie
The British and Commonwealth Women's Association
Maison de la Vie Associative et Citoyenne, Boite 86 - BCWA ,28 rue Laure Diebold 75008, Paris