Plumstead to Charlton
In today’s busy world, it’s important to take time out from our daily lives. If you want to stay close to home, consider a weekend away in Charlton. Located in south-east London, football fans will know Charlton for its sport, but the village features plenty of other things to see and do. Enjoy a breath of fresh air in one of the local parks or take a stroll along the River Thames to Greenwich Peninsula. For something to get the adrenaline pumping, head to the Docklands for a bit of go-karting. Whatever you choose, put traffic worries behind you by taking a train from Plumstead to Charlton.
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