The Sound of Sweetness on the Grand Union Canal

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Abstract

On 11th March 2015, the gallant Tom Spooner and brave Simon King struck a course northwest on the Grand Union Canal, exploiting the terrain and the psycho-social boundaries imposed upon them by the city. They have left this message in the hope that others may come and join them in a great urban gathering at the Twyford aqueduct to celebrate their autonomy. - Message in a bottle
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWalking Cities
Subtitle of host publicationLondon
EditorsJaspar Joseph-Lester, Simon King, Amy Blier-Carruthers, Roberto Bottazzi
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherRoutledge
Chapter19
Editionsecond edition
ISBN (Print)9780367407896
Publication statusPublished - 27 Apr 2020

Keywords

  • Walking
  • Walking arts
  • Built environment
  • Urban studies
  • Human geography
  • Interdisciplinary

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    Spooner, T. (2020). The Sound of Sweetness on the Grand Union Canal. In J. Joseph-Lester, S. King, A. Blier-Carruthers, & R. Bottazzi (Eds.), Walking Cities: London (second edition ed.). Routledge.