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LIST OF LECTURES AND WALKS

The following list consists of events that we have organised for other organisations.  We only provide walks for groups and academic organisations. We organise Cultural Heritage Courses for the London road scholar Programme. For daily walks see London Walks Web Pages.  London Walks, and lectures we offer are as follows:

Zeppelin - World War 1 London

A walk through WW1 London following the route of the 8th Sept 1915 Zeppelin Raid. The Zeppelin followed a meandering trail above London, dropping bombs as they went. We follow the route through central London exploring early 20th Century London as we walk

 

THE ORIGINS OF LONDON

2000 Yrs of the City of London, Celtic London; Roman London; Recent Archaeology in London; Dark Age London; Saxon Viking and Norman London

MEDIEVAL LONDON

Norman London; First Lord Mayors; Becket's London; Whittington's London; The Peasants Revolt Tour.

TUDOR & STUART LONDON

Tudor London; Elizabethan London; The Plague and the Great Fire; London and the Civil War; The Glorious Revolution; Wren's London, Pepys' London

GEORGIAN LONDON

18th Century London; Regency London; Hogarth's London; Hawksmoor's London

VICTORIAN & MODERN LONDON

19th Century London, A Tale of Two Cities - Capital and Poverty; London at War; the Blitz

VILLAGE LONDON

Battersea; Bermondsey; Bloomsbury; Camden; Chelsea; Clerkenwell; Covent Garden; Docklands; Fleet St.; Hampstead; Highgate; Islington; Mayfair; Rotherhithe; Soho; South Kensington; Southwark; Spitalfields; Westminster; Whitechapel; Wimbledon.

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LITERARY LONDON

Literary Southwark, The London Poetry Walk; Chaucer's London; Shakespeare's London; Pepys' London; Dr Johnson's London; Fielding, Defoe and Swift's London; Dickens' London; Keats London; The Bloomsbury Group

THEMATIC

Legal London; Financial London; the Architecture of London; Unusual Museums; Medical London, Plagues of London; Myths and Legends of London, Guy Fawkes Walk; Literary London; Family History; Museums of London; Garden History; the Art Galleries of London; the Stately Homes of London; the Suffragettes; The Imperial River

PUB TOURS & WALKS ON THE WILD SIDE:

The Valentines Walk: Famous Lovers of Covent Garden; Underworld London; Entertainment in London; Wits, Wantons and Wenchers; Ghosts, Graveyards and Folklore; The Halloween Tour

BRITISH HISTORY LECTURES AND TOURS

PREHISTORIC BRITAIN

Stonehenge and Avebury; Maiden Castle and Dorchester; Danebury and Iron Age Britain; Queen Boudicca and the Iceni; Flagfen.

HISTORIC TOWNS

Bath; Bristol; Canterbury; Colchester; Cambridge; Dorchester; Lavenham; Lewes; Lincoln; Litchfield; Norwich; Oxford; Rochester; St. Albans; Salisbury; Shrewsbury; Stamford; Stratford-on-Avon; York; Windsor; Winchester.

ROMAN BRITAIN

Fishbourne and Lullingston Villa; Littlecote and Silchester; Roman Bath; Canterbury and Dover; St. Albans; Hadrian's Wall

DARK AGE

Arthur's Britain Tour; West Stow; Saxon Churches; Lindisfarne and the Early Church

MEDIEVAL

Coggeshall Barns; Hever Castle; Leeds Castle; Warwick Castle; Medieval Churches; On the Trail of Dick Whittington; Chaucer's England. Castle Acre and Walsingham; Medieval Monasteries; Mickleham Priory; Runymede, and Windsor; the Eleanor Pilgrimage. William the Conqueror's Conquest Trail

TUDOR, STUART AND MODERN

Hampton Court; Stratford-on-Avon; Portsmouth and D-Day; Churchil and Chartwell; William Morris and Kelmscott; Stately Homes of London; Burghley House and Stamford; Hardy's Wessex; Dickens' Kent; Oxburgh;

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