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All my city walks are two hours long and can be booked anytime for any size group, large or small! Stay tuned for the Lost Rivers of London Walks!


This tour is a must for the visitor to London, a city of villages indeed, but the great monuments of power are a sight to be seen. “If these walls could talk” well…. perhaps I can make them talk just enough for you and a great day discovering and exploring the center of the centre […]

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BLOOMSBURY! You will hear all kinds of incredible stories I have dug out for you, (literary and more), see places on your doorstep you might have never seen before, hear the latest gossip of those who once “lived in squares and loved in triangles”, the “Bloomsberries” of course, and….. many more tales as we wind […]

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Over the centuries, from the Huguenot Protestant silk weavers to the Irish Catholics, the Ashkenazi Jews and the Muslim Bengalis of what is now know as ‘Banglatown’,  along with the affluent artists and architects and designers of today, this neighbourhood has seen so many changes, each bringing much mystery and intrigue to this “unique cultural crucible” […]

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Bermondsey: What a change since the days of the docks and leather! And then again a new world since the war and the deserted sixties! Bermondsey is today the place to be, to eat, to see the most cutting edge art, to drink rude coffee and more! The Borough: Well…there’s a lot more to the […]

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Those of you who were here in London in the late 80’s might remember Kings Cross as down-and-out, disreputable, unsavoury, dangerous and all-around not recommendable, but as you know, Kings Cross is now a new shiny, cultured, vibrant place and not just for art students! On this tour you will see two very different train stations, the […]

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“What part of ‘Vauxhall’ don’t you understand? Do the ‘Lambeth Walk’ with me and find out” What is there to see there?? Well, if you live in London, or elsewhere, you might not know! Lots! From marshy grounds rise great artists and thinkers, a train station for those who are departing forever, the oldest and […]

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This fascinating walks takes us through St Katharine’s Docks and Wapping, journey from the time of little fishing villages to the rise and fall of the greatest docks of the British Empire, you will hear stories of intrigue, pirates and murder, the press gangs, social unrest and early human rights. The Docklands are one of […]

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