You are invited to join me and discover hidden London, learn about its history and see where the famous lived, most walks will last approx 2 hours and when possible we will finish in a pub for a social drink and discuss the walk. I am only going to charge a small, hopefully reasonable fee, to be collected at the start which goes towards the cost of this site and my time spent in research etc. If you enjoyed the walk and would like to buy me a drink but there is no obligation, then this will be gratefully accepted
See the additional pages to find out more and see some of the walks that I intend to organise.
If you have a group of friends or work colleagues and you would like to organise a private guided walk as a start to an evening out or weekend afternoon then please contact me by email and I am very happy to arrange something to suit at a reasonable cost.
I have recently taken early retirement from work and will now be free to do walks at any time, both organised walks on diary or private group walks. All walks will now be advertised on my other website "Discovering London's Past while numbers attending are still well below my usual limit.
Welcome to this historical walking group
Dec 6, 2015 · 11:00 AM
Meet for a walk around the East part of the City of London
This walk has everything, lots of history, architecture and famous people. See where the early Lord Mayor's of London lived before mansion House, Dickens St Ghastly Grim... Learn more
Nov 10, 2015 · 6:30 PM
Meet for a ghost walk in Royal London
London has enjoyed a reputation as the world's most haunted capital, it's historic homes, narrow winding alley-ways and sleepy pubs are reputed to be home to a host of... Learn more
Oct 11, 2015 · 2:30 PM
Meet for a linear guided walk to discover where Charles Dickens worked and lived
On this walk we will see many of the places that Dicken's was familiar with and used for locations in his books as well as where he worked and gave readings of his books... Learn more
Sep 5, 2015 · 2:30 PM
meet for a guided walk around London's old docklands
Until the mid 1950's London was the busiest port in the World with the London Docks alone covering 120 acres, almost destroyed during the Blitz, they continued to... Learn more
Aug 18, 2015 · 11:00 AM
Guided walk - Life & Times of Charles Dickens
This walk is best done on a weekday when we have access to the Inns of Court, in particular Temple but I will repeat during a weekend very soon. On this walk we see... Learn more