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Jiff Bayliss (guide details)

Music & Markets: Bohemian Camden
Fri, 29 Sep
Meat Markets and Mayhem: Caledonian Clock Tower and Park - a stroll up and down
Sat, 7 Oct
Your guide: Jiff Bayliss
Description: A chance to climb the famous Caledonian Market Clock Tower.Discover how Copenhagen Fields became Caledonian Park and how diplomacy gave way to debauchery and agitation and then butchery and commerce.
Music & Markets: Bohemian Camden
Fri, 20 Oct
Meat Markets and Mayhem: Caledonian Clock Tower and Park - a stroll up and down
Sat, 21 Oct
Your guide: Jiff Bayliss
Description: A chance to climb the famous Caledonian Market Clock Tower.Discover how Copenhagen Fields became Caledonian Park and how diplomacy gave way to debauchery and agitation and then butchery and commerce.
Angel's Delights: Islington village: music, murders and Myddleton
Tue, 24 Oct
Your guide: Jiff Bayliss
Description: Touch on 1000 years of history in Islington, the first village north of the City of London. Hear about two dreadful murders and see where the masses were entertained and understand why the pavements are raised and the roads twist. Meet the characters - Gracie Fields, Champagne Charlie and Joe Orton.
Walk Macabre - dispatching the dead in Smithfield and Finsbury
Sat, 4 Nov
Your guide: Jiff Bayliss
Description: Explore death and its management in the 2nd Millennium. Visit some of London’s most ghoulish last resting places. Robert Bard in “Graveyard London” comments that “many hundreds of generations of Londoners lie beneath the City feet without us knowing”; this walk suggests they were the lucky ones..
Clerkenwell: Penitence, Pestilence and Prisoners
Tue, 7 Nov
Your guide: Jiff Bayliss
Description: See the remnants of Clerkenwell’s pious and pestilent medieval past and where C18th radicals preached and were imprisoned. Understand how one of the City of London's oldest suburbs developed over the second millennium firstly through penitence and then industrialisation.
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