This was my first visit to Penge to see the curated street art there. I had been following posts on Instagram from the curators of the street art in Penge. This sponsored walk was on behalf of Ukrainian Child Victims of the war in Ukraine and we were to meet at Penge East railway station at 10 am.
The drive to Penge took quite a while. Luckily for me, parking was free on a Sunday as my RingGo thought the car park was at a different location to the sign in the car park. Then breakfast was at a very busy McDonalds down the High Street. I lost count of the number of pick up guys were clustered around the counters.
Penge Street Art in the morning
The walk started on the corner by the railway station.
Opposite us were our first murals.
We walked down a street turned right at the end and there on the walls of the end house was this mural.
Next we stopped in an open space where a street junction had been pedestrianised.
On a road off the High Street, outside a shop moving bins revealed R2D2!
Then we came to murals outside restaurants and shops.
Some of the latest art is so small that we had to have it pointed out to us.
The hoardings had a series of art from different artists.
And on the building peaking over was this dog…
Back at McDonalds for a quick lunch the counters were still mobbed by delivery pick up guys. I sat and had lunch with a couple of ladies who were street art aficionados and I learnt that the the A329(M) bridge at Winnersh was back on the ‘map’ for creative street art.