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Explore Rotherhithe with What’s On Rotherhithe Map

What's On Rotherhithe Map

If you have lived in Rotherhithe for a while, you probably know by now how wonderful place this area is. Yet, for many local residents and visitors, Rotherhithe is a place full of unknown history and heritage landmarks. Luckily, What’s On Rotherhithe Group has put together all the interesting places worth visiting in one handy map which you can view online  as image (click image to enlarge it), a PDF (scroll down to view) or download to take with you when you are off-line (recommended)

The role and purpose of SE16-WORG is to act as a coordinating group to update and circulate the Rotherhithe Map in the local area, promote permanent and long term  sites and  activities and help promoting other factual tourist and visitor literature and material for the Rotherhithe area.

  www.se16-worg.co.uk  @WorgInfo

 




Locations and web links

The following list is taken from the SE16-WORG and we added more links so you can satisfy your curiosity about so many landmarks in Rotherhithe.




Download the What’s On In Rotherhithe Map

The worg-info map is a very handy resource to plan your visit to the area. It allows you to discover places and locations that even residents who have lived in Rotherhithe for many years are not aware of. The What’s On Rotherhithe group also take part in different community events across the peninsula such as the Scandimarket, The Rotherhithe Festival among others; this a “must-stop visit” to the stalls on those occassions to learn about heritage and history in Rotherhithe Follow them in Twitter for interesting facts, local wildlife photography and other community news.

  www.se16-worg.co.uk  @WorgInfo

What's On In Rotherhithe Map.compressed

Don’t forget to visit WISE16 website for news and resources about Rotherhithe and Bermondsey

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