Jenni is an enthusiastic and committed tour guide who loves exploring London’s byways and alleyways. She is also a chartered accountant so as you would expect, she is always pleased to describe the origins of London as a world financial centre and how it developed from drinking coffee in the early equivalents of Starbucks.
Beyond finance, Jenni is familiar with England’s National Health Service having chaired one of the largest hospital trusts and she is also helps with the buying of forests around the world. Her recent charitable work includes involvement in Britain’s prison system.
Jenni came to live in the city after leaving university and in some sense she still feels like a tourist herself, despite having now lived and worked in London for over 30 years.
She has a portfolio of over 50 walks, which include explorations of life in Medieval, Georgian and Victorian London, tracing the routes of lost rivers, looking at some of London’s “villages” and walking around the great diversity of public art.
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