What we're about

Do you like walking round different parts of London? Are you interested in Herstory (that's women's history)? London Herstory Walks is a brand new walking experience in London.  It’s a fun way of discovering women’s stories

From Suffragettes to spies, groundbreaking trailblazers and rebels on a mission.  I share what I know about some incredible women and in return you get to meet likeminded people in a friendly and very sociable environment.  Most times we finish in a cafe for a hot drink and cake sometimes we finish in the pub.

The trips go out some Saturdays but mostly Sundays and a few days midweek too and last for 1.30-2.00hrs.
The cost of a tour is £10!

I am an ex airline stewardess and have spent the last 25 years of my life talking to people from around the globe so whether London is your home or you are just here for a short period from anywhere in the Uk or the world you can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome from me.

I started off my career as a tour guide then left the industry before returning 2 years ago. I take private and corporate tours in London and so you can be sure that I will do my very best to make your trip with me really enjoyable.
Look forward to meeting you soon! Mandy x

Upcoming events (2)

Bohemian Bloomsbury Babes

Russell Square


Bloomsbury is the area of the writers and the Doctors! Discover stunning Victorian squares and Georgian streets.
Home to the war hero Noor Inayat Khan and Author Virgina Woolf.
Yoruba princess Sarah Bonetta Forbes spent her honeymoon under pretty challenging circumstances here.

Sights on route will be Senate House (UCL), The British Museum, Tavistock Square, Gordon Square and Queen's Square.

An interesting part of London which was an area popular with the literary queens of the day.


Bow Belles! Guided walk through Bow Quarter.

Bow Road


**New Tour**
Bow is an area largely forgotten by gentrification but this in turn makes it more real (in my humble opinion).

Its heritage trail shouts loudly of its association with the suffragettes. This is where Sylvia Pankhurst set up her East London Federation of Suffragettes. This is where she edited her weekly newspaper the workers dreadnought!

We go through the trail which includes a place where Gandhi came to stay at the invitation of sisters Doris & Muriel Lester. The old Roman Road with it's East End feel. Past the pie and mash shops and up to the Hertford Union Canal. We take a look at the old Bryant & May Match factory where the matchstick girls made history and so much more.

Start and finish at Bow Road underground.

£10 cash at the start of the walk or go over to my website www.flocklessbutfree.com to get an electronic ticket.

By joining up you agree to do the walk at your own risk
Your guide is not responsible for public transport being late, any accidents or acts of God!
The Tour will start on time and you will not be able to contact the guide after the tour beginning time.

Past events (31)

The Women of Bermondsey herstory Guided Walk!