Bermondsey – walk and a teeny weeny podcast!

My second public tour since lockdown will be on Thursday 27th August at 10.45. It’s around Bermondsey, and we meet outside the tube station. The cost is £15 per adult, £5 per child.

Do listen to the taster – it’s my shortest podcast episode ever! I’d be delighted if you joined me. You can reserve a place by contacting me here, or at Continue reading “Bermondsey – walk and a teeny weeny podcast!”

Slavery and the City

Saturday 22nd August I am recommencing guided walks and tours with Slavery and the City. My latest podcast episode (link below) is a taster for the tour.

To reserve a place you can contact me here or via the London Walks site The cost is £15 per adult, £5 per child. We will meet outside Monument Station, Fish street Hill at 10.45. The walk lasts around two hours. Pay on arrival, cash or card. Continue reading “Slavery and the City”

Waterloo Station and the Stiffs’ Express
This episode is taken from a walk I do around The Cut, Lower Marsh and Waterloo. The arrival of the railway did more than open up the country and allow people to travel further in a day than ever before, it also meant dead Londoners could be buried in cemeteries miles from the capital, their bodies transported by the Necropolis railway.

To book this or any other tour, please use this contact form.

Kennington Park se11 Podcast

I have put up a new podcast about Kennington Park, a green space close to my home. You can hear it by clicking this link.

Kennington Park covers fifteen acres, it was south London’s first park. During London’s lockdown it continues to provide welcome open space for flat dwellers and dog walkers, families and fitness fanatics, nature lovers and casual walkers, in short everyone looking for a beautiful outside space to exercise.

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