I shall be taking the following walks – please join me!
Thursday 1st June 2 pm – London’s Burning
How has London been affected by major fires over the millenia? Let’s find out together.
Thursday 8th June 2 pm – London’s Burning
If you missed last week’s walk I will do it all again today!
Monday 19th June 11 am – London’s River
If the River Thames wasn’t running through the heart of the city London wouldn’t exist. Find out about its history.
Monday 26th June 2 pm – Roman London
Ah, the Romans! They are responsible for establishing this area as the Capital! We’ll talk about their buildings & the sites.
Thursday 6th July 2 pm – London’s Burning
Just how devastating was the 1666 Great Fire of London? How much was obliterated in WWII? I will illustrate these facts & show more.
Friday 14th July 11 am – Roman London
Why are some parts of the City left unbuilt? I can answer that on this tour.
Saturday 22nd July 11 am – London’s River
Let’s talk about the importance of the river to London.
Sunday 30th July 11 am – London’s Burning
How many died during the 1666 fire of London? Where were the most people killed on one spot in the City during the Blitz? Let’s discover these facts & more.
Tuesday 1st August 11 am – Charles Dickens
Everyone uses the term “Dickensian” how does it apply to the man himself & his relationship with the City? I shall be explaining this & much more.
Meet at the City Information Centre
(south of St. Paul’s)
Children Under 12 Free
Sunday 4th March 2017 – 11 a.m.
Discover the hotspots of destruction in the City of London 1666 & 1940
Sunday 19th March 11 a.m
Join me to see some of the highlights of the City.
Friday 24th March 2017 2 p.m.
Monuments to Murder
The ancient City of London is drenched in blood of our ancesters. Come along to find out where & how.
Meet at City Information Centre (just south of St. Paul’s)
Children under 12 yrs: Free
Here is my latest set of walks to cover September, October & November…
City Highlights – 2 pm Wednesday 7th September
Also on Wednesday 14th September at 2 pm
Charles Dickens – 2 pm Saturday 10th September
Charles Dickens -11 am Tuesday 20th September
Charles Dickens 2 pm Saturday 1st October
Roman – 2 pm Monday 10th October
Fleet Street – 11 am Thursday 27th October
Charles Dickens 11 am Tuesday 15th November
Also 2 pm Saturday 26th November
If you’re a Charles Dickens fan there are plenty of opportunities to catch-up with me & discover his connections with the City of London.
Meet usual place:
City of London Information Centre
Children under 12: Free
Tuesday 26th July 2 pm – Fleet Street Walk!
Meet at the City Information Centre for an informative walk around the Fleet Street vicinity.
Let me show you a piece of 13th Century monastic history!
Usual prices apply.
Monday 4th July 2 pm – Roman walk
Accompany me to discover the hidden Roman sites in the City of London.
Saturday 17th July 11 am – River walk
Come for a stroll along the Thames River Path to learn the history of this ancient thoroughfare.
Tuesday 26th July 2 pm – Fleet Street
Join me toi trace the footsteps of time linking the City to Westminster.
Meet at City Information Centre – by St. Paul’s cathedral
Children under 12 yrs.: Free
Sunday 8th May 11am
London’s Burning Walk
The City of London has suffered two major catastrophes in the last 400 years. On this walk we will examine their effects on what we are familiar with today.
Meet at City Information Centre adjacent to St Paul’s Cathedral
Children Under 12: Free
Winter has been a slow period! However, SPRING is here & I thought I should inform my lovely readers of forthcoming walks…
Thursday 24th March 11 am – Fleet Street
Meet at the City Information Centre for this walk along the “Streets of Ink”. Among the delights we will visit a 1420’s monastic crypt.
Monday 4th April 2 pm – Roman walk
Meet at same venue as above to trail the major Roman sites close by.
Tuesday 24th May 11 am – Charles Dickens
Again meet at the above to walk around the streets & alleys Dickens knew so well & were the inspiration for his stories & characters.
Wednesday 25th May 2 pm – City Highlights
Same meeting place. Join me to discover the City’s history through buildings & people.
Friday 27th May 11 am – Roman walk
We know what the Romans did for us, but discover why here & where.
Children Under 12: Free