This week’s public walks, 4th-9th June inclusive

The sun is shining, the skies are blue, it’s not too hot – perfect for getting out and about and exploring.

These public walks are ones where you just turn up at the start point, pay £10 (cash only) and join the tour. There is no need to prebook. I’ll be wearing my Blue Badge, the badge only qualified, professional guides are awarded.

Monday 4th June:
Greenwich, meet 10.15 outside Tower Hill tube, opposite the tram coffee stop. The tour finishes in Greenwich at 1pm. We take the boat to Greenwich so there is an additional charge of £6.50 for this tour.
British Museum, meet 2.30 outside Russell Square tube opposite where Barry sells freshly squeezed orange juice and other refreshments.

Barry in winter

Tuesday 5th June:
Plague, Fire and Revolution, meet 2pm outside Tower Hill tube station for a walk that will take you through the City and let you see it through the eyes of prism of C17.

Wednesday 6th June:
Tower of London, meet 11am outside Tower Hill tube station. There is an entrance fee for the Tower of £9.50. This is a significant discount on the usual charge.

Thursday 7th June:
Hidden Village, meet outside Bermondsey tube station at 10.30 to discover the history and present day delights of this part of London.

Saturday 9th June:
Walworth Old and New, meet outside Kennington tube station at 10.45 to find out about this overlooked neighbourhood in Southwark, the birthplace of Charlie Chaplin and now home to artists’ studios which are open this weekend.

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