Charnowalks tour dates – guided tours in the City of London, East London and elsewhere
PLEASE NOTE – you must book in advance (or notify me that you are coming) to ensure your place: there is no guarantee that a tour will go ahead if no interest has been registered in advance.
Time: All tours begin at 2:30 p.m. unless specified otherwise.
Meet: Meet details are given on the booking link: also click on the tour title to obtain meet details.
Duration: All tours take approximately two hours, unless specified otherwise.
Charge: £12 full price; £9 concessions (65+, unwaged, full-time student, child 6-15 y/o).
August’s Sunday tours take you back to pre-Fire London – spend time with the Plantagenets and the Tudors! Details below.
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Great British Beer Festival
This August the GBBF is celebrating its 40th Anniversary, and I’m offering my tour Booze and the Borough to complement it. The tour will give you a greater appreciation of British brewing, though wine is not neglected by any means!
Tuesday 8 August at 11:00 – click HERE to book
Friday 11 August at 11:00 – click HERE to book
Saturday 12 August at 2:30 – click HERE to book
In September I have two tours running as part of the annual Totally Thames Festival – they are:
The Full Schedule
Saturday 5 August: no tour – personal commitments
Saturday 19 August: Rumpole and the Legal Life – a reduced-price preview – CONTACT ME for details
Saturday 26 August: no tour – private booking
Tuesday 5 September: River to Riches (Totally Thames) – click HERE to book
Wednesday 13 September: River to Riches (Totally Thames) – click HERE to book
Wednesday 6 September: Tidemarks from the Pool (Totally Thames) – click HERE to book
Tuesday 12 September: Tidemarks from the Pool (Totally Thames) – click HERE to book
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Dramatic picture courtesy of and © Geoff Kaye (Giltspur Street 2013)