Wednesday 16th January 11 a.m – Roman Walk
Come along to trace the areas of the City of London inhabited by the first dwellers in the Capital.
Friday 4th February 2 p.m. – Dickens Walk
Charles Dickens was not only our best loved author, but also a lover of the City of London. Join me to hear of his written connections with the City & of Dickens the man.
Wednesday 13th February – City Highlights Walk
On this walk you will learn facts about the great & the good buildings & inhabitants of our fair city in times past.
Wednesday 27th February – City Highlights
See above (13th Feb.)
More to follow – watch this space…
Meet at usual place – outside City of London Information Centre
South of St. Paul’s Cathedral/close to the Millenium Bridge & Firefighters Memorial.
Children Under 12 yrs: Free
London’s Burning – 11am Sunday 14th June Come along to find out why so much of the City of London comprises new high-rise. Discover hidden gems from WWII and much more! Roman – 2pm Monday 15th June Ever wondered just where the Romans built their homes and important building? Come with me to track down remnants of the Roman legacy. Charles Dickens – 11am Tuesday 23rd June Charles Dickens still means so much to many people, he was a writer who used his personal experiences and knowledge of our great city in his beloved books. We will trace the city’s influence on this walk. . Fleet Street – 11am Thursday 30th July See above for details. London’s Burning 2pm Thursday 30th July Investigate with me the two great fires in London’s history that has shaped the City of London. Monuments to Murder – Friday 31st July A long awaited return to the goriest part of the City of London. How much suffering was endured within this area? City Highlights – 2pm Wednesday 5th August Interested in learning more about the City? On this tour you will understand why certain buildings exist and learn about the culture within the medieval city. London’s Burning – 11am Sunday 9th August The City of London reflects its past including the two major historical fires that have shaped what exists now. Several unexpected gems await on this tour. Fleet Street – 2pm Tuesday 11th August A shadow of its former glory as the centre of printing, we shall probe the history of this atmospheric street and its environs. London’s River – 11am Saturday 15th August What could be nicer during the summer months than to stroll along the Thames Path from St. Paul’s and take in the sights and hear about the history of the locale? London’s River – 11am Monday 17th August A second opportunity to join me for a walk by the river towards Tower Bridge and find out about the history along the river bank. Meet at City Information Centre just south of St Paul’s Cathedral Adults: £7 Concs: £6 Children under 12: Free
Saturday 9th May 2pm – Dickens walk
Join me to trace the connections Charles Dickens had with the City of London and discover more about his personality.
Friday 15th May 11am – Roman
The Romans came here 2,000 years ago, let me take you around some of their important sites and shine a light on what lies beneath our feet in the City.
Sunday 17th May 2pm – City Highlights
Keen to learn more about the history and buildings in the City of London? Then come along for this walk to discover hidden gems and grand buildings provenence.
Tuesday 19th May – 11am – Dickens
Charles Dickens and his relationship with and the influence the City of London had on his life and works.
Meet at the City of London Information Centre – Just south of St. Paul’s Cathedral
Children Under 12: Free
2 pm TOMORROW – Monuments to Murder – Find out about the blood-thirsty history of Smithfield – an ancient part of the City.
Sunday 2nd March 11 am – London’s Burning – Join me to discover more on the burning question of the City of London.
Thursday 6th March 11 am – Fleet Street – The street of ink & much more besides.
Wednesday 12th March 2 pm – City Highlights – Interesting facts & buildings to learn more about.
Friday 14th March 2 pm – Monuments to Murder – Deaths, murder & more.
Saturday 20th March 11 am – London’s River – Take a walk along the banks of the Thames & hear about its place in our history.
All walks meet at City Information Centre, near St. Paul’s Cathedral
Children under 12yrs. Free
If you missed my Roman walk last Friday I am taking a Roman tour tomorrow afternoon 2 pm.
Also Friday 25th October at 11 am
Don’t forget the City Highlights walk on Wednesday 23rd October at 2 pm
All walks meet at the City Information Centre
Children over 12 yrs. Free
Join me for today’s City Highlights Tour – meeting at City Information Centre at 2 pm
A beautiful sunny day to find out more about the City’s ancient history!
I shall be taking a City Highlights tour at 2 pm Sunday 1st September.
Meet at City Information Centre & accompany me into the heart of the City of London to uncover the facts associated with major buildings & also to discover lesser known areas that have played a vital part in the shaping of the City itself.