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
Why not join me this Sunday for an unexpected London’s Burning tour?
Meet at the usual place – City Information Centre near St. Paul’s Cathedral at 11 am.
We will find out about TWO of the many fires London experienced in it’s History, why they occurred, how much devastation was wreaked & what London’s inhabitants did in response.
1666 was the year of The Great Fire of London & 1940 saw the beginning of the infamous Blitz bombing of our beloved City.
Come along to discover MORE!
Children under 12 years FREE
My Vintage Bus Ticket!
Just in case you thought I was skiving & just enjoying myself on vintage buses & salivating over Victorian engineering – I am actually taking a tour this coming Sunday!
Meeting point is the City of London Information Centre. near to St. Paul’s.
As usual the tour will last approx. 2 hours & the subject covers the two massive fires London suffered during the last 300 years – The Great Fire of London 1666 & The Blitz during the Second World War 1940-41. The tour will finish at The Monument.
I look forward to seeing you there if you can make it.
I hope everyone enjoyed a lovely relaxed & peaceful Xmas & Boxing Day!
Just to let you know that Sunday 11am meeting at City Information Centre is my “London’s Burning” tour. Come along & find out all about two destructive fires that transformed the City of London’s architecture.
Due to the Xmas holidays there will be NO tour THIS Friday! Therefore I look forward to a leisurely weekend tour with many of you on Sunday instead!