I have a sudden run of public repertory walks coming up over the next few weekends. So if you are itching to get out and about, exploring corners of London and enjoying the signs of spring, do join me.
There’s no need to book, just turn up at the appointed hour at the appointed place, pay me your £10.00 and off we’ll go. Walks last around two hours, and happen no matter what the weather.
This coming Saturday, 27th February, I am resolutely local with a walk around Kennington. You’ll learn about parallel universes, political movements, a paedriatric hospital that is now a block of flats, and finish within easy reach of a number of pubs, cafés and restaurants where you can enjoy lunch.
Meet me outside Kennington tube station for 10.45.
Saturday 5th March I’ll be in the City. At 10.45 meet me outside Monument station for Roaming Down by the River, a stroll through maritime and piscatorial history. We finish near Tower Hill, so you could get some lunch and then join me again for The London Wall Walk which starts at 2.30 outside Tower Hill tube by the Tram coffee stop.
Saturday 12th March I’m south of the river again starting Fair Maids, Feminists and Philanthropists outside Southwark tube at 10.45, and finishing a stone’s throw from Borough Market.
Saturday 19th March it’s back to Monument station for Slavery and the City, meeting at 10.45.
For more details about these walks, just look here.