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Literary Covent Garden. Towards A New Sensibility
Mon, 1 May
Your guide: Sean Patterson
Description: Covent Garden Literature from the Restoration to the Napoleonic Wars. Pepys, Fielding, Austen, Gay, Voltaire, Evelyn, Steele and Lamb.
Keeping up with the tides: The Thames in the City and its changing history
Tue, 2 May
Your guide: Marilyn Greene
Description: The tidal Thames has witnessed the City’s turbulent changing history. We walk from the Pool of London to Blackfriars and see the features which reflect the history of the City and Southwark and reflect on what future developments the tides will witness .
Around Tripcock Ness - The History of the Thamesmead Area
Wed, 3 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk taking in a dangerous bend in the Thames - Tripcock Ness, crossing land that was a secret military test sie before becoming London's own New Town
James Bond and the Spies of Mayfair
Wed, 3 May
Your guide: Michael Duncan
Description: Mayfair: inspiration to Fleming and Le Carre. Home to real life traitors, defectors. A walk where fact meets fiction.
A Journal of the Plague Year
Thu, 4 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: The stories of the quack doctors, brave neighbours and doom-mongers who filled London in the plague year of 1665 in Defoe's classic account
Merrie Islington
Thu, 4 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: In the 18th Century Londoners flocked to Islington to visit tea rooms and pleasure gardens to enjoy bizarre entertainments
Wren, Romans and Liverymen: A brief history of The City of London
Thu, 4 May
Your guide: Mark Rowland
Description: All Londoners know that this is the where the real London lies; The City, the “Square Mile”, the historic beating heart of London founded by the Romans.  Nearly 2000 years of history in two hours and a must-do for Londoners and visitors alike, because until you know The City, you don’t know London…
Winston, Women and Song
Fri, 5 May
Description: Winston Churchill, Women's Suffrage and Wartime Music are combined in this tour with melodious charm! This tour combines all of these subjects into a sing-a-long walk through Westminster!
Chingford: Royals, Rogues and Retreats
Sat, 6 May
Your guide: Joanna Moncrieff
Description: On the edge of Epping Forest but less than 10 miles from Charing Cross Chingford has a fascinating story to tell.
Around Tripcock Ness - The History of the Thamesmead Area
Sat, 6 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk taking in a dangerous bend in the Thames - Tripcock Ness, crossing land that was a secret military test sie before becoming London's own New Town
Deptford. The Charles Booth Poverty Maps
Sat, 6 May
Your guide: Sean Patterson
Description: One of London's top walks - around Deptford following in social researcher Charles Booth's footsteps
Charles Dickens and the City of London
Sat, 6 May
Your guide: Mark Rowland
Description: Dickens was one of the greatest creators of characters in the English language, but one character writ large through his work is London itself.  Join me to hear the stories about the places that had the greatest influences on the man and his work and discover why he called London his “magic lantern”.
The Unquiet City
Sat, 6 May
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: This tour takes in nearly 2,000 years of unrest: from Roman times the City has been a target for rebellion and revolt for groups with very different objectives.
Discovering Belsize Park
Sun, 7 May
Your guide: Chris Firmin
Description: In the C18th, Belsize House attracted bawdy and rowdy public gatherings. A century later, elegant Italianate villas were built to attract London's burgeoning upper middle class. Amidst this respectability lived bohemians, politicians and intellectuals. We bring the story up to date.
The Dark Side of the Green
Sun, 7 May
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: Bethnal Green’s past is littered with dark deeds and dodgy dudes, but these are also important moments in the history of law and order in this country.
Winston, Women and Song
Mon, 8 May
Description: Winston Churchill, Women's Suffrage and Wartime Music are combined in this tour with melodious charm! This tour combines all of these subjects into a sing-a-long walk through Westminster!
Finding Bridget Jones
Tue, 9 May
Description: Fans of Helen Fielding's chaotic and lovestruck leading lady will enjoy this romp around London. A fun walk that discusses the books and the films as well as talking about how the world of Bridget Jones can compare to real life and speculating how she would cope in today's dating world.
The Gentlemen’s clubs of St James’s:  Victorian London’s LinkedIn
Tue, 9 May
Your guide: Mark Rowland
Description: We take social networking for granted, but how did the Victorians go about it in the days of the horse and carriage and strait-laced social conventions?  Join me for a stroll around genteel St James’s to hear the story of the explosive growth (and dramatic decline) of the St James’s Gentlemen’s clubs.
Exploring Roman London
Wed, 10 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: Track down Roman remains out on the street, in churches and even in an underground car park on this three hour walk that ends at the Museum of London
The Long Good Friday Revisited
Wed, 10 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A look at how the East End locations used in the classic 1980 British gangster movie have changed
Lunchtime walk #11 Transport of Delight
Thu, 11 May
A Helping Hand
Sat, 13 May
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: A telephone, a bridge and a terrorist bomb have all been unlikely foundations for many enterprises which have sought to improve life in the City and beyond.
Mr Selfridge and his competitors: tales of the greatest West End stores
Sun, 14 May
Your guide: Stephen Benton
Description: Fascinating stories about some of the West End’s major stores and the characters behind them.
Soho and all that Jazz !
Sun, 14 May
Your guide: Chris Firmin
Description: This walk explores nearly 100 years of jazz history in and around the streets, clubs, restaurants and drinking dens of Soho, from the first arrival of American musicians in 1919 through to the contemporary scene by way of legendary venues such as Ronnie Scott's club.
 Marx, Lenin and Anarchism:Revolution in Fitzrovia
Sun, 14 May
Your guide: Oonagh Gay
Description: London was a home for French, German, Russian and Italian refugees and revolutionary activists in the late nineteenth century. This walk takes you in the footsteps of Marx, Lenin and French Communards who rebuilt their lives in Fitzrovia, while plotting world revolution.
To Make the Punishment Fit the Crime
Sun, 14 May
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: Come visit sites connected with judicial punishment; hear tales of a pickpocket prostitute and a she-wolf, of domestic abuse and the trade in human corpses.
Industrial History of Dagenham Dock
Wed, 17 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: Way off the beaten track this walk threads between oil terminals and the Thames to tell the story of this famous London industrial area
The Medieval Precinct of St Paul's Cathedral
Wed, 17 May
Your guide: Jill Finch
Description: St Paul’s Cathedral is in the heart of the City. Its mediaeval predecessor stood within a gated walled precinct - in many ways, a world of its own. This walk takes us round the old precinct parameters looking at the clues our modern streets still hold to the pre-fire Cathedral and its environs
Made in London - A Tour of The British Museum
Thu, 18 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: The British Museum contains thousands of beautiful objects from all over the world. This tour concentrates on the ones made, used or found in London, from Bronze age shields to Bow pottery
True Spy Stories
Thu, 18 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk about espionage and the security services. See buildings used by MI5 and SIS past and present, and hear true tales of treachery among spies
Literary Soho
Thu, 18 May
Your guide: Alan Fortune
Description: Explore the lives of famous literary figures, like William Blake, Fanny Burney, George Orwell, Dylan Thomas, William Blake, Paul Verlaine and Arthur Rimbaud.
Heroes and Villains: The good, the bad and the ugly in The City's history
Thu, 18 May
Your guide: Mark Rowland
Description: Some mad some bad, some downright dangerous.  Some visionary, others so misguided that they couldn’t have found their way with Satnav.  And some just in the wrong place at the wrong time.  But all with one thing in common; a fascinating story to tell in the history of our great city.  Come and meet them!
Clerkenwell's Literary connections
Fri, 19 May
Your guide: Sean Patterson
Description: Explore Smithfield and Clerkenwell's literary connections and hear readings from authors who wrote about this fascinating area.
The Wild and Wonderful Women of Soho
Sat, 20 May
Your guide: Michael Duncan
Description: Three hundred years of Soho history and the women who helped shape London's most bohemian quarter.
Industrial History of Dagenham Dock
Sat, 20 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: Way off the beaten track this walk threads between oil terminals and the Thames to tell the story of this famous London industrial area
The World in One City: Migration and the making of modern London
Sat, 20 May
Your guide: Mark Rowland
Description: London: a home for the ambitious and a haven for those with need.  And ‘twas ever thus.  Founded by a multi-national Roman force and described by Milton in 1644 as “the mansion house of liberty”, join me to hear the stories of how London grew into a true global city of around 270 nationalities.
Soho Rock' n' Roll ! How Soho Clubs Shaped Rock and Pop
Sun, 21 May
Your guide: Chris Firmin
Description: On this tour of legendary venues we find out how rock and pop were forged in Soho's trailblazing music clubs of the 1950's, through the 1960's up to the dawn of punk in mid 1970's. We also look at associated youth fashions and the developing counter culture.
T S Eliot - The Waste Land in the City
Sun, 21 May
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: A famous poem, a famous City. Explore its streets by reference to The Waste Land a poem written by T S Eliot, using streets and buildings. Poetry reading in atmospheric locations.
Whitechapel. The Charles Booth Poverty Maps.
Sun, 21 May
Your guide: Sean Patterson
Description: Explore London's East End, following in the steps of social reformer Charles Booth who explored this area in the 1890s
The Ripper Enigma
Sun, 21 May
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: What really happened in 1888 when five women were murdered in the Whitechapel area and their dead bodies cruelly mutilated? Neither gore-fest nor wild speculation, this tour explores the world of these most mysterious of murders.
Shardlake's London
Tue, 23 May
Your guide: Jill Finch
Description: Follow the footsteps of the characters in C J Sansom's 'Shardlake' novels set in 16th Century London at the time of the reformation.
Il Quartiere - Tales From Italian Clerkenwell
Thu, 25 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: Stories of love, crime, bravery and friendship from Clerkenwell's Italian Community 1820-1950
Charles Dickens and the City of London
Thu, 25 May
Your guide: Mark Rowland
Description: Dickens was one of the greatest creators of characters in the English language, but one character writ large through his work is London itself.  Join me to hear the stories about the places that had the greatest influences on the man and his work and discover why he called London his “magic lantern”.
Elizabethan Islington
Thu, 25 May
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: Step back in time to visit sites from Elizabethan Islington, where people dodged arrows in the Finsbury fields, queued at the Clerks Wells, and marvelled at the new class of rich and powerful moving into former religious buildings
The Lambeth Walk: art & entertainment south of the river
Sat, 27 May
Your guide: Michael Duncan
Description: A walk round an edgier, cheekier part of London. Birthplace of the music hall, the circus. Home of Charlie Chaplin and now of a burgeoning gallery scene. Vauxhall and Kennington were where Londoners would come to walk on the wild side, are they returning to their roots?
Deptford. The Charles Booth Poverty Maps
Sat, 27 May
Your guide: Sean Patterson
Description: One of London's top walks - around Deptford following in social researcher Charles Booth's footsteps
Death and the City
Sat, 27 May
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: Not for the fainthearted, this is an unabashed exploration of the City’s western fringe to visit sites connected with dark tales of prison life, execution and murderous intent.
Law and Order EC
Sun, 28 May
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: This tour explores how the relationship between the City of London and the due processes of law and order has developed because of the City’s unique nature.
20th Century Buildings in Hoxton and Haggerston
Sat, 3 Jun
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk looking at 20th Century architecture in Hoxton and Haggerston from the Edwardian splendor of the former public baths to a school designed be Erno Goldfinger
The Americans in Mayfair
Sat, 3 Jun
Your guide: Michael Duncan
Description: Take a walk round Mayfair to discover its special relationship with America. Explore the streets and squares that presidents, rock stars and Hollywood icons have called home.
20th Century Buildings in Hackney
Sat, 3 Jun
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: From the grandeur of the famous Hackney Empire, civic pride of Hackney Town Hall, and the post war simplicity of St Michael and All Angel Church, to more recent buildings like Sutton Square and Homerton Hospital, Hackney has a range of buildings built in response to a variety of needs.
Modernism and Model Dwellings: Housing in Bethnal Green
Sun, 4 Jun
Your guide: Andrew Parnell
Description: A walk through housing history looking at fine examples of buildings produced by Victorian philanthropists and distinguished architects for 20th century councils, illustrating changing visions for new, better ways of living in our cities. Click on Walk to get more information
Winston, Women and Song
Mon, 5 Jun
Description: Winston Churchill, Women's Suffrage and Wartime Music are combined in this tour with melodious charm! This tour combines all of these subjects into a sing-a-long walk through Westminster!
For parliament or the king?': Civil War Connections 'round St Paul's and Cheapside
Tue, 6 Jun
Your guide: Robin Rowles
Description: A thrilling overview of how the English Civil War impacted on the City of London, its citizens, and other stakeholders.
Through the Marshes - Along the Thames from Rainham to Purfleet
Wed, 7 Jun
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk through the now peaceful Rainham Marshes which once echoed to the sound of machine gun fire when it was a military firing range. The walk ends at Purfleet Military Heritage centre.
Once there was a church
Wed, 7 Jun
Your guide: Jen Pedler
Description:
Six Islington Squares
Thu, 8 Jun
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A look at the domestic architecture of 19th century Islington. Six squares, all very different, all representing an early example of a great British invention - suburbia
Behind the Stucco: the scandals of Belgravia
Fri, 9 Jun
Your guide: Michael Duncan
Description: Belgravia is an area of grandeur and apparent calm. But behind the stucco, there's often a different story. This walk contrasts public image and private behaviour.  We'll meet reckless gamblers, scandalous peers and lonely billionaires who made this exclusive enclave their home.
Through the Marshes - Along the Thames from Rainham to Purfleet
Sat, 10 Jun
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk through the now peaceful Rainham Marshes which once echoed to the sound of machine gun fire when it was a military firing range. The walk ends at Purfleet Military Heritage centre.
Henrietta’s Dream: Arts and Crafts of Hampstead Garden Suburb
Sat, 10 Jun
Your guide: Marilyn Greene
Description: Discover Henrietta Barnett’s vision for a Garden Suburb for all classes. Walking across the Heath Extension, Central Square with its Lutyens churches, and the artisans quarter, we trace the early history and developments of Hampstead Garden Suburb.
Isle of Dogs: Remembering Public Housing
Sat, 10 Jun
Your guide: Oonagh Gay
Description: The Isle of Dogs has rich history of public housing. But private housing has come to dominate the Island in just a generation, Discover how much of the islanders' public housing tradition survives in this fascinating tour, ending near Mudchute DLR.
From Streamform to Arts and Crafts
Sun, 11 Jun
Your guide: Marilyn Greene
Description: Discover interwar architectural styles and the origins of the street names in this stroll along the north spine of Hampstead Garden Suburb
Soho and all that Jazz !
Sun, 11 Jun
Your guide: Chris Firmin
Description: This walk explores nearly 100 years of jazz history in and around the streets, clubs, restaurants and drinking dens of Soho, from the first arrival of American musicians in 1919 through to the contemporary scene by way of legendary venues such as Ronnie Scott's club.
Winston, Women and Song
Wed, 14 Jun
Description: Winston Churchill, Women's Suffrage and Wartime Music are combined in this tour with melodious charm! This tour combines all of these subjects into a sing-a-long walk through Westminster!
Modernist Hampstead
Sat, 17 Jun
Your guide: Marilyn Greene
Description: Discover the revolutionary Modernist homes and idealistic architecture built in Hampstead in  the 1930s such as The Sun House, 66 Frognal and the Isokon flats.
Once there was a church
Sun, 18 Jun
Your guide: Jen Pedler
Description:
Soho Rock' n' Roll ! How Soho Clubs Shaped Rock and Pop
Sun, 18 Jun
Your guide: Chris Firmin
Description: On this tour of legendary venues we find out how rock and pop were forged in Soho's trailblazing music clubs of the 1950's, through the 1960's up to the dawn of punk in mid 1970's. We also look at associated youth fashions and the developing counter culture.
The Battle of Waterloo Remembered
Sun, 18 Jun
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: On the 200th Anniversary of The Battle of Waterloo this walk looks at how the news reached London, and how victory was celebrated
To The Lighthouse - A Guided Walk Around The Swanscombe Peninsula
Wed, 21 Jun
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk along one of the most isolated parts of the Thames calling at the archaeological site where the oldest human remains in England were uncovered, a site where you can see parts of old London Bridge and a lighthouse opposite Tilbury docks
T S Eliot - The Waste Land in the City
Thu, 22 Jun
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: A famous poem, a famous City. Explore its streets by reference to The Waste Land a poem written by T S Eliot, using streets and buildings. Poetry reading in atmospheric locations.
LFA - T S Eliot - The Waste Land in the City
Sat, 24 Jun
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: London Festival of Architecture : To explore the 'architecture' of the Unreal City in the light of the references and allusions with connections to the psycho-geography of the City that Eliot knew. Discussing the architecture of 'then and now', what would Mr Eliot make of the City of today?
To The Lighthouse - A Guided Walk Around The Swanscombe Peninsula
Sat, 24 Jun
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk along one of the most isolated parts of the Thames calling at the archaeological site where the oldest human remains in England were uncovered, a site where you can see parts of old London Bridge and a lighthouse opposite Tilbury docks
 Rescue, Revealed, Restored, Rebuilt: The Blitz and Preserving History
Sat, 24 Jun
Your guide: Marilyn Greene
Description: Covering an area devastated in the Blitz, discover what happened in 1940/41, the efforts to rescue St Paul's, the Roman remains that were revealed as well as post war restoration and rebuilding of historic buildings. . Walk finishes at the Guildhall
Modernism and Model Dwellings: Housing in Bethnal Green
Sun, 25 Jun
Your guide: Andrew Parnell
Description: A walk through housing history looking at fine examples of buildings produced by Victorian philanthropists and distinguished architects for 20th century councils, illustrating changing visions for new, better ways of living in our cities. Click on Walk to get more information
Alleys and lanes of Hampstead
Sun, 25 Jun
Your guide: Marilyn Greene
Description: Experience the intricate network of alley’s and lanes in the heart of old Hampstead and see how Hampstead developed from a fashionable spa in the 18th century to a thriving village with social amenities.
Winston, Women and Song
Wed, 28 Jun
Description: Winston Churchill, Women's Suffrage and Wartime Music are combined in this tour with melodious charm! This tour combines all of these subjects into a sing-a-long walk through Westminster!
Modernist Hampstead
Sun, 2 Jul
Your guide: Marilyn Greene
Description: Discover the revolutionary Modernist homes and idealistic architecture built in Hampstead in  the 1930s such as The Sun House, 66 Frognal and the Isokon flats.
Gravesend and Tilbury - A Walk in Kent and Essex
Wed, 5 Jul
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk in two parts - first an exploration of the historic town of Gravesend, then crossing the Thames by Ferry to Tilbury where Elizabeth I addressed her troops when the Spanish Armada threatened
Gravesend and Tilbury - A Walk in Kent and Essex
Sat, 8 Jul
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk in two parts - first an exploration of the historic town of Gravesend, then crossing the Thames by Ferry to Tilbury where Elizabeth I addressed her troops when the Spanish Armada threatened
Medieval Mayhem!
Sun, 9 Jul
Your guide: Paul Surma
Description: Walk the modern metropolis to uncover the secrets of the survivors of London’s Medieval past. From dark crypts, secret gardens, and hidden relics we’ll discover the oldest and still intact buildings in London’s oldest wards and discover incredible wonders and surprising gems along the way
Hidden Streets and Secret Alleys
Sat, 15 Jul
Your guide: Paul Surma
Description: Walk the historic alleys, which legend says are paved with gold. Discover secret Roman foundations, folklore characters, the doorway into Diagon Alley and streets of a thousand names and events, where you choose your own path through time.
Winston, Women and Song
Sat, 15 Jul
Description: Winston Churchill, Women's Suffrage and Wartime Music are combined in this tour with melodious charm! This tour combines all of these subjects into a sing-a-long walk through Westminster!
Hidden Streets and Secret Alleys
Sun, 16 Jul
Your guide: Paul Surma
Description: Walk the historic alleys, which legend says are paved with gold. Discover secret Roman foundations, folklore characters, the doorway into Diagon Alley and streets of a thousand names and events, where you choose your own path through time.
Czech Shoes and Mucking Flats - along the Thames to Stanford Le Hope
Wed, 19 Jul
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A look at the former Bata Factory in East Tilbury, a modernist classic from the 1930's, followed by a walk along the Thames through Mucking Flats, home to thousands of wading birds and with striking views of ships in the Thames
Czech Shoes and Mucking Flats - along the Thames to Stanford Le Hope
Sat, 22 Jul
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A look at the former Bata Factory in East Tilbury, a modernist classic from the 1930's, followed by a walk along the Thames through Mucking Flats, home to thousands of wading birds and with striking views of ships in the Thames
Hidden Hampstead
Sat, 29 Jul
Your guide: Paul Surma
Description: Walk through the hidden highlights of London's crown jewel and uncover the surprising history in one of London's last surviving villages.
Secrets of Old London Town
Sun, 30 Jul
Your guide: Paul Surma
Description: See the hidden highlights of the old town of London, from Roman remains, medieval survivors and great stories of quirky sites, origins of old sayings and great legends which make London such a colourful place to live today.
Winston, Women and Song
Tue, 15 Aug
Description: Winston Churchill, Women's Suffrage and Wartime Music are combined in this tour with melodious charm! This tour combines all of these subjects into a sing-a-long walk through Westminster!
Soho - A Foodie & Bar Themed History Tour
Sat, 19 Aug
Your guide: Joanna Moncrieff
Description: Discover Soho’s food and drink heritage together with its hidden cocktail bar scene on this late afternoon walk. Over 18s only.
The Edge of Oil City - A Walk in Canvey Island
Wed, 30 Aug
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: The quieter side of Canvey Island - walking along 8 miles of river wall looking at the history of the island known for holidays, oil refineries and Dr Feelgood
The Edge of Oil City - A Walk in Canvey Island
Sat, 2 Sep
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: The quieter side of Canvey Island - walking along 8 miles of river wall looking at the history of the island known for holidays, oil refineries and Dr Feelgood
Winston, Women and Song
Fri, 22 Sep
Description: Winston Churchill, Women's Suffrage and Wartime Music are combined in this tour with melodious charm! This tour combines all of these subjects into a sing-a-long walk through Westminster!
To Constable's Castle - A Walk From Leigh on Sea
Wed, 27 Sep
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk to Hadleigh Castle - with spectacular views of the Thames Estuary that ere painted by Constable
To Constable's Castle - A Walk From Leigh on Sea
Sat, 30 Sep
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk to Hadleigh Castle - with spectacular views of the Thames Estuary that ere painted by Constable
Mouth of the River - Thorpe Bay to Shoeburyness
Wed, 11 Oct
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: The last of Rob's walks along the Thames - ending up at the mouth of the river at Shoeburyness - where you can usualy find Victorian pottery on the beach
Mouth of the River - Thorpe Bay to Shoeburyness
Sat, 14 Oct
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: The last of Rob's walks along the Thames - ending up at the mouth of the river at Shoeburyness - where you can usualy find Victorian pottery on the beach
Gunpowder, Treason and Plot!
Thu, 2 Nov
Description: Discover the men behind the plot and why we celebrate its foil.
Gunpowder, Treason and Plot!
Fri, 3 Nov
Description: Discover the men behind the plot and why we celebrate its foil.
Gunpowder, Treason and Plot!
Sat, 4 Nov
Description: Discover the men behind the plot and why we celebrate its foil.
Gunpowder, Treason and Plot!
Sun, 5 Nov
Description: Discover the men behind the plot and why we celebrate its foil.
Winston, Women and Song
Thu, 30 Nov
Description: Winston Churchill, Women's Suffrage and Wartime Music are combined in this tour with melodious charm! This tour combines all of these subjects into a sing-a-long walk through Westminster!
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