I started my graffiti walk at Leegomery Centre, walking along the Silkin Way. The first graffiti that I noticed was on the pathway just beyond the plunge pool.

I will only share some of the graffiti because I don’t wish to promote the conspiracy theory/political message that the graffiti artist was promoting. Some of the graffiti had been erased since my last walk, but sadly the offensive messages still remain.



Graffiti Interlude




The Henge

You are Here

As I approached Tee Lake the graffiti trail petered out. I noticed that the winter mud had disappeared allowing me explore new areas by the lake and walk around most of the lake. I had the perfect window of opportunity soon that pathway will be overgrown and inaccessible again.

Tee Lake

Tee Lake

Tee Lake

Tee Lake

Tee Lake

Tee Lake


2 Comments CherryPie on Apr 13th 2021

2 Responses to “Graffiti Walk”

  1. Sean Jeating says:

    In the photos of the lake I found my joy.