Public Walks 1st to 6th December 2014

A new month and a new week of walks, culminating on Saturday morning with one on my home patch that finishes at some wonderful artists’ studios.

Monday 1st December:

In the morning I’ll be leading a tour of Greenwich. We’ll be travelling there by boat on the Thames, and finishing just in time for a lunch in one of Greenwich’s many eateries. Bring your camera and prepare to enjoy thsi splendid spot so near to central London, yet a world apart.
Meet at Tower Hill, by the Tramcar coffee stop for 10.30.
In the afternoon I shall be guiding the highlights of one of the most celebrated museums in the world – the British Museum*, or BM, as it is familiarly known.
Meet me outside Holborn tube on Kingsway for 2.15.

Tuesday 2nd December:

Away from the Christmas shoppers, we’ll be exploring Old Westminster. We’ll see the private and public faces of Westminster: the famous and familiar – Westminster Abbey and the Palace of Westminster – and the quiet streets just a stone’s throw away.
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Walworth Walk in June

It is time for the Walworth walk to have its summer outing. On the London Walks programme you’ll find it listed as Chaplin, Cricket and Artists and see it starts at Kennington tube station at 10.45 8th June.
The artists bit is a reason to bring some cash with you. Because this is a walk that always ties in with Open Studios at Pullens Yards. On this year’s flyer they have quoted an endorsement from Terence Conran, though I admit I’ve never seen him there myself.
Walworth could win a forgotten London competition. It is so central, yet so unknown. For those of us lucky enough to live here, it’s a vibrant, friendly neighbourhood.

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