New Series of Walks For Amnesty

New Series of Walks For Amnesty

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We have a new series of benefit walks for Amnesty this summer, starting this weekend. The walks will cover show how Human Rights issues have been ever present in London history. If you come along you’ll not only have a really interesting evening but also help out a worthwhile cause – all money raised goes to support Amnesty’s work. The walks will end in the pub so there will be chance to discuss things further with the guides and Amnesty Members.

Here’s the programme

June:Emmeline Pankhurst

Saturday 14th June – Jill Finch –  Rights and Wrongs in the City : From the Peasants’ Revolt to the Pankhursts.

Starts at Barbican at 11:00.


Thursday 26th June – Mark Rowland – The World in One City: Migration and the Making of Modern London 19.00 am start, St Paul’s underground, finish at Liverpool Street.



Cheapside Cross

Saturday 5th July – Robin Rowles –  at 11.00 ‘Civil War Connections around St Paul’s & Cheapside’Starts at St Pauls underground, finishes at St Paul’s Cathedral.

London City Alleyways

Wednesday 9th July – Linda Dalton – at 19:00 “Religion, reformation and refugees”

starts at Bank and ends at Spitalfields.

Mary Wollstonecraft

Thursday July 17th – Rob Smith – at 19:00 “Dissenters of Newington Green”

starts at the Dissenting Academy Newington Green




Saturday 2nd August – Tina Baxter –    ‘Women Through Time ‘ 

starts at 10.30am


September :


3rd September – Jenny Rossiter – at 18:30 for Radicals, reformers and revolutions of Camden Town

starts  at Morning Crescent Tube and finishes as Camden Town.


27th September  – Elaine Wein at 10:30 Bankside’s Wonderful Women.



St Martins in the Fields

11th October – Sean Gay –  Wealth and Poverty in Soho & Covent Garden –

starting at 1100 hrs meeting on the steps of St Martin’s in the Field.






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