Whilst the bridge is closed take time to discover new or old favourites!
Putney Bridge is currently closed for essential repairs but Putney Town Centre is open for business and would welcome you to come and discover the beauty of Putney, the great range of retail shops, fine restaurants and pubs, relaxing cafes, excellent entertainment and of course the river bank.
Each day during the bridge closure works the Town Centre Manager will identify a gem of Putney which she recommends you visit.
Week 3 - Focus on the Embankment
Monday 28th Putney Sculpture trail
Putney Sculpture Trail encompasses nine sculptures by British sculptor Alan Thornhill which are permanently publicly sited along the south side of the River Thames either side of Putney Bridge. They are located between Leaders Gardens to the west and Prospect Quay/Riverside Quarter to the east - a distance of approximately one mile. The first sculpture, Load, was unveiled in 1989. The others were publicly launched on 14 September 2008.
The sculptor asks you to view the sculptures with an open and enquiring mind, without preconceptions of either form or meaning.
Gems from week 1
Gens from week 2
July 23, 2014