It’d be lovely to see you on one or all of the three public walks I am doing this week.
All you have to do is turn up at the tube station at the correct time, hand over £9 (£7 if you are over 65 or a full-time student), and I’ll take you for a walk lasting around two hours.
Poppies in the Moat
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Next Sunday morning I’ll be crossing the river to lead a walk around the City of London. I call it Fish and Ships, London Walks advertises it as Roaming by the River. So take your choice of title.
It was the first of my walks that London Walks agreed to put on their programme, and over the years it has changed a bit and seen a few changes. For a while, it seemed I was in a battle of wits with The City of London as to how I was going to access the bits of the riverside I wanted to talk about. Although in the City, we get some good views of Southwark.
It starts at Monument station at 10.45, lasts around two hours and costs a mere £9 or £7 for concessions. A bargain!
You don’t have to book, just turn up. I’ll be wearing my Blue Badge and my City Badge and carrying a wodge of London Walks leaflets.