Walking Through the Winter: New Dates for Your Diaries

The London Walks Winter Programme will soon be hitting the streets. As usual I am leading a number of the repertory walks as well as those on the main programme.

I am thinking I should try to post each week about which other public walks I am doing, whether for LW or anyone else.

Tomorrow, Tuesday I am leading Old Westminster at 2pm, exit 4 Westminster tube
Here is the list, which some of you may already have from flyers I have given out. All the rest are private walks – you can always contact me here to book me if you and a group of friends or family want a walk to yourselves. If you want something other than is listed below, I may still be able to help.

I am then taking a break, and resuming after 20th October.

@GuidedbyIsobel
professionally guided walks in
London with an award winning
Blue Badge Guide, winter 2014-15

Walks on Saturdays at 10.45

Denmark Hill and Camberwell,
1 Nov, Denmark Hill r’way station
Viva Vauxhall!
15 Nov, Vauxhall tube, exit 2.
Walworth Old and New
6 Dec, Kennington tube
Slavery and the City
17 Jan, Monument tube
Princes and Paupers
24 Jan, Kennington tube

Walks on Sundays at 10.45

C the City!
16 Nov, St Paul’s tube, exit 2
Walking the Elephant and Castle: the Regeneration Game
22 Feb, Elephant and Castle tube, L’don Southbank Uni exit
Roaming by the River: Fish ‘n’ Ships
1 Mar, Monument tube
Fair Maids, Feminists and Philanthropists
8 Mar, Southwark tube

Walks on Sundays at 2.30

The London Wall Walk
1 Mar, Tower Hill tube

For further walks and events:
https://londonbyguide.wordpress.com

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