And Did Those Feet has extensive experience of working in the heritage field. It has run several small museums, provided consultancy for many museums and leading heritage organisations. and managed many event programmes, lectures, walks, cultural study tours, and conferences.
Kevin Flude lectures at:
Central St Martins College on the M.A. For Narrative Environments course
I have worked on projects in collaboration with a range of organisations including the British Museum, Camden Council and the National Trust.
University of Westminster on the ‘Londinium to the Blitz’ module.
I recently gave a 10 week course on the History of Museums to Stevenage Art Society
I am a former Honorary Lecturer at UCL and Associate Lecturer at the University of Worcester on the Museums module.
I have a huge range of Lectures, Guided Walks and Study tours which I do or have done. Currently, I am doing Study Tours for Road Scholar, Guided and Virtual Walks for London Walks and University courses for Central St. Martins.
Walks for London Walks
I do many guided and virtual walks for the marvellous London Walks. You can see my upcoming walks here:
Socialists at St. Paul’s 28th February 1887 My French friend went yesterday to St. Paul’s and saw a large procession of socialists. It is a strange move of the socialists to visit all the Churches. The Archdeacon of London preached to them from: “the rich and poor meet together, and the Lord is the maker …
27th February, 1661. Ash Wednesday. Preached before the King the Bishop of London (Dr. Sheldon) on Matthew xviii. 25, concerning charity and forgiveness. John Evelyn’s Diary from https://www.gutenberg.org/ John Evelyn is, with Pepys and Wren, one of the great figures of 17th Century London. Unlike Pepys he was an avowed Royalist who hated Oliver Cromwell …
On this day, the Bank of England issued its first ever one pound note (although some sources say March 1797). The Bank had been issuing paper notes since the late 17th Century, but this was the first £1 note. They still had to be signed by hand and allocated to a specific person. The hand …