Now the WARM weather has arrived you might like to join me on one of the following tours:
Sunday 23rd June 2 pm City Highlights
Find out about some of the grandest buildings in the City of London & some of the people responsible for them & the state of the Nation!
Discover the gruesome history of Cheapside & a medieval parallel to recent racist attacks.
Think Starbucks is fab? Learn about the origins of coffee houses & their clientele. Then see the original logo used by Starbucks.
Wend through the City’s ancient alleys & end where Mendelssohn played the organ in 1840.
Thursday 27th June 2 pm – London’s Burning Tour
TWO major fires transformed the City of London, with planned cuts & closures to the Fire Stations in London will history repeat itself ?
Find out the effects of these catastrophes on the inhabitants, on their lives, on their buildings & the roles their leadership played.
Were the Nobles heroes? Were the workers the saviours?
See what happened to the buildings & spot a rare relic of WWII.
Friday 28th June 2pm – Monuments to Murder
Visit scenes of London’s bloody & tragic history.
Martyrs, criminals, resurrection men, heroic self-sacrifice, public hangings, disembowelment, burning, boiling alive, body parts, murder & the “portal to hell”.
All of this AND MORE!
For each tour meet me at the City Information Centre, nr. St. Paul’s Cathedral
Tours last approx. 2 hours
Children under 12 yrs. Free