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Walking the Hidden River Fleet
Sat, 20 Jan
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A whole day of walking and history with Jenni and Rob, following the course of the River Fleet from springs on Hampstead Heath, to the Thames near Blackfriars
Tracing the Tudors: The real London of Wolf Hall
Sat, 20 Jan
Your guide: Mark Rowland
Description: Wolf Hall brought to life the personal and political machinations of this most turbulent period, but the Great Fire rendered physical traces of the Tudor age hard to find in today’s London. Unless, that is, you know where to look... Join me to discover the places that tell the stories behind the stories of Wolf Hall.
But is it art? A Stroll along the 2017 Sculpture in the City trail
Sat, 20 Jan
Your guide: Stephen Benton
Description: See some of the 16 artworks which have been installed as part of the 2017 Sculpture in the City project and hear about the artists and some of the unusual features of these artworks.
Clerkenwell. The Charles Booth Poverty Maps.
Sat, 20 Jan
Your guide: Sean Patterson
Description: Follow social researcher Charles Booth around Clerkenwell and learn about London's sausage king
Rumpole and the Legal Life
Sat, 20 Jan
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: Follow the legal adventures of Old Bailey hack Horace Rumpole with readings from John Mortimer’s stories.
Sherlock Holmes Investigates: The Man Accused of Murdering Himself
Sun, 21 Jan
Your guide: Robin Rowles
Description: Sherlock Holmes investigates the mysterious disappearance of Mr Neville St. Claire, last seen in a vile opium den when he should have been on the 5.14 train to his wife and family. Can Sherlock Holmes crack the case...
Mr Selfridge and his competitors: untold tales of London department stores
Sun, 21 Jan
Your guide: Stephen Benton
Description: Fascinating tales of some of London's famous shops and the characters who created them, including Liberty, John Lewis and Selfridges
Whitechapel. The Charles Booth Poverty Maps.
Sun, 21 Jan
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
A Dickens of a City
Sun, 21 Jan
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: Explore the London of Charles Dickens, a city in transition. You are accompanied by readings from his novels - the authentic voice of London.
Secret Islington - a walk around Canonbury
Sun, 21 Jan
The Real London of Peaky Blinders
Wed, 24 Jan
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: Explore the mean streets of Clerkenwell thsat were run by the gangster Sabini - a real person portrayed by Noah Taylor in the tv series Peaky Blinders 
Dickens After Dark:  In the Steps of the Night Walker
Thu, 25 Jan
Your guide: Mark Rowland
Description: Dickens said "But the streets of London, to be beheld in the very height of their glory, should be seen on a dark, dull, murky winter’s night…" Join me along the paths of his epic night walks to hear how his observations of the slumbering city inspired his legendary themes and characters.
Deptford. The Charles Booth Poverty Maps
Sat, 27 Jan
Your guide: Sean Patterson
Description: One of London's top walks - around Deptford following in social researcher Charles Booth's footsteps
The Long Good Friday Revisited
Sat, 27 Jan
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A look at how the East End locations used in the classic 1980 British gangster movie have changed
Stock Bricks to Brutalism: Housing Design History in Poplar
Sun, 28 Jan
Your guide: Andrew Parnell
Description: The walk focuses on social housing design in the massive redevelopment of the East End of London in the 20th century, taking in the influential Lansbury Estate and two controversial modernist developments: Balfron Tower and Robin Hood Gardens -- so long as it is preserved from demolition!
For parliament or the king?': Civil War Connections 'round St Paul's and Cheapside
Sun, 28 Jan
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.
Wren, Romans and Liverymen: A brief history of The City of London
Sun, 28 Jan
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…
Engineering Change
Sun, 28 Jan
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: Mechanical, electrical and civil engineering ventures have shaped the City of London as they have helped it grow. This tour explores both familiar and unfamiliar ventures, both successes and failures.
Invented in London at The Science Museum
Wed, 31 Jan
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A tour of London's Science Museum focusing on science and technology developed in London
Maritime Blackwall - Spice Traders and Ship Builders
Wed, 31 Jan
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: Explore Blackwalls links with the East India Company and find traces of its maritime past
Alexander Pope's The Dunciad
Wed, 31 Jan
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk visiting the locations mentioned in this satirical 18th century poem
The Lambeth Walk: art & entertainment south of the river
Sat, 3 Feb
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?
Hidden Hampstead
Sat, 3 Feb
Your guide: Paul Surma
Description: A walk through the hidden highlights of Hampstead village
Business, Banks and Bombs
Sat, 3 Feb
Your guide: Marilyn Greene
Description: The City of London is built on business with evidence of trade from Roman times. Discover the foundations for trade and historical business institutions, learn about the attempts to destroy the City's financial infrastructure, and about how business is continually changing the City’s sky-line.
Deptford. The Charles Booth Poverty Maps
Sat, 3 Feb
Your guide: Sean Patterson
Description: One of London's top walks - around Deptford following in social researcher Charles Booth's footsteps
Maritime Blackwall - Spice Traders and Ship Builders
Sat, 3 Feb
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: Explore Blackwalls links with the East India Company and find traces of its maritime past
Soho and all that Jazz !
Sun, 4 Feb
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.
Clerkenwell. The Charles Booth Poverty Maps.
Sun, 4 Feb
Your guide: Sean Patterson
Description: Follow social researcher Charles Booth around Clerkenwell and learn about London's sausage king
St Albans Day Out
Wed, 7 Feb
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: St Albans is just 25 minutes by train from London. Walk its historic streets with Rob in the morning, then after a pub lunch, visit Roman Verulanium, St Albans Abbey and the market.
Winston, Women and Song
Fri, 9 Feb
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!
The Hinge of Fate: One Month in WW2 Westminster
Sat, 10 Feb
Your guide: Jack Yeomanson
Description: Part of a weekend of commemorations this walk looks at the story of the war cabinet crisis in World War 2
Sherlock Holmes Investigates: The Red-Headed League
Sat, 10 Feb
Your guide: Robin Rowles
Description: Beginning at Blackfriars station, we investigate the trail of the Red-Headed League, through streets that would be familiar to Holmes and Watson.
 Suffragette City
Sat, 10 Feb
Your guide: Oonagh Gay
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Bradshaw's City
Sun, 11 Feb
Your guide: Jack Yeomanson
Description: A walk through the City of London using George Bradshaw's 1862 guide to London. Featuring readings and looking at the differences between the tourism of the Victorians and the tourism of today.
Monarchs in Love : Valentine Weekend Walk
Sun, 11 Feb
Radical Women of the East End
Sun, 11 Feb
Your guide: Oonagh Gay
Description: Discover radical women and how they changed lives in the East End for the better
Hidden Streets and Secret Alleys
Sun, 11 Feb
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.
Love in Marylebone
Wed, 14 Feb
Your guide: Anthony Davis
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Finding Bridget Jones
Wed, 14 Feb
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.
Chessboard to Totem Pole - The Art of Craft
Thu, 15 Feb
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: One might assume this is just another Art & Sculpture walk, and you might be right. However, we also explore here the element of ‘fit for purpose’, as well as the client’s brief and how the craftsman explored this and extended the remit to create a piece that was so much more than that!
The Royal Docks, Thames Barrier and Woolwich Ferry
Wed, 21 Feb
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk taking in the industrial history of the Royal Docks, Thames Barrier Park and ending with a crossing of the Thames on the Woolwich Ferry
T S Eliot - The Waste Land in the City
Thu, 22 Feb
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.
The Royal Docks, Thames Barrier and Woolwich Ferry
Sat, 24 Feb
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk taking in the industrial history of the Royal Docks, Thames Barrier Park and ending with a crossing of the Thames on the Woolwich Ferry
Highgate: Village of the Damned
Sat, 24 Feb
Your guide: Paul Surma
Description:
Hidden Streets and Secret Alleys
Sat, 24 Feb
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.
Mr Selfridge and his competitors: untold tales of London department stores
Sun, 25 Feb
Your guide: Stephen Benton
Description: Fascinating tales of some of London's famous shops and the characters who created them, including Liberty, John Lewis and Selfridges
Hidden Hampstead
Sun, 25 Feb
Your guide: Paul Surma
Description: A walk through the hidden highlights of Hampstead village
Secrets of Old London Town
Sun, 25 Feb
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.
Circles, Squares and Triangles - Virginia Woolf in Bloomsbury
Tue, 27 Feb
Your guide: Stephen Benton
Description: A walk through the Bloomsbury of Virginia Woolf
 Suffragette City
Sat, 3 Mar
Your guide: Oonagh Gay
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Soho Rock n' Roll: how Soho's clubs shaped rock and pop
Sun, 4 Mar
Your guide: Alan Fortune
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.
Around Tripcock Ness - The History of the Thamesmead Area
Wed, 7 Mar
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
Winston, Women and Song
Wed, 7 Mar
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!
IWD - Women Through Time - 'Press for Progress'
Thu, 8 Mar
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: The newspaper business has always been considered a man's world. However there were some extraordinary women in the past and near present who also made an impact on the industry. We are going to meet these ladies as part of the celebration of IWD 'Press for Progress'.
IWD - Women of Fleet Street - 'Press for Progress'
Thu, 8 Mar
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: The newspaper business has always been considered a man's world. However there were some extraordinary women in the past and near present who also made an impact on the industry. We are going to meet these ladies as part of the celebration of IWD 'Press for Progress'.
IWD - Women Through Time - 'Press for Progress'
Sat, 10 Mar
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: The newspaper business has always been considered a man's world. However there were some extraordinary women in the past and near present who also made an impact on the industry. We are going to meet these ladies as part of the celebration of IWD 'Press for Progress'.
Around Tripcock Ness - The History of the Thamesmead Area
Sat, 10 Mar
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
IWD - Women of Fleet Street - 'Press for Progress'
Sat, 10 Mar
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: The newspaper business has always been considered a man's world. However there were some extraordinary women in the past and near present who also made an impact on the industry. We are going to meet these ladies as part of the celebration of IWD 'Press for Progress'.
Soho and all that Jazz !
Sun, 11 Mar
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.
Art Deco Hatfield - The De Havilland Trail
Wed, 14 Mar
Finding Bridget Jones
Wed, 14 Mar
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.
T S Eliot - The Waste Land in the City
Thu, 15 Mar
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.
Walking the Hidden River Fleet
Sat, 17 Mar
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A whole day of walking and history with Jenni and Rob, following the course of the River Fleet from springs on Hampstead Heath, to the Thames near Blackfriars
Modernism and Model Dwellings: Housing in Bethnal Green
Sun, 18 Mar
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
Industrial History of Dagenham Dock
Wed, 21 Mar
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
Industrial History of Dagenham Dock
Sat, 24 Mar
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
T S Eliot - The Waste Land in the City
Sun, 25 Mar
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.
Viva Francisco de Miranda - South American Revolutionaries in London
Wed, 28 Mar
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: In 1810 South American Revolutionaries came to London to try to get the British to help them gain independence from Spain. This walk through Fitzrovia looks at what happened next.
Chaucer - His life and work in the City of London
Sun, 1 Apr
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: Find out about the Canterbury Tales and what it tells us about the people who lived in the City of London and visit the places that Chaucer knew.
Winston, Women and Song
Wed, 4 Apr
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 and all that Jazz !
Sun, 8 Apr
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.
Elstree Remember Me - Borehamwood's Film History
Wed, 11 Apr
Walbrook - Hidden River Hidden Temple
Thu, 12 Apr
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: We will follow part of the ancient route of the Walbrook to the River Thames. An interesting way to view the City, through this lost water course and how it shaped the area through which it flowed. A visit to the newly opened Temple of Mithras is included (free).
Through the Marshes - Along the Thames from Rainham to Purfleet
Wed, 18 Apr
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.
Through the Marshes - Along the Thames from Rainham to Purfleet
Sat, 21 Apr
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.
T S Eliot - The Waste Land in the City
Sat, 21 Apr
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.
Chessboard to Totem Pole - The Art of Craft
Thu, 26 Apr
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: One might assume this is just another Art & Sculpture walk, and you might be right. However, we also explore here the element of ‘fit for purpose’, as well as the client’s brief and how the craftsman explored this and extended the remit to create a piece that was so much more than that!
Dissenters of Newington Green
Sat, 28 Apr
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: Here how feminism, pacifism, opposition to slavery and racism were issues in 18th century Newington Green and help raise funds to build schools for girls in Pakistan
All Change at Kings Cross
Sat, 28 Apr
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: The Beatles, Frankenstein and Thomas Hardy all feature in this exploration of the past, present and exciting future of the Kings Cross area.
 Suffragette City
Sun, 29 Apr
Your guide: Oonagh Gay
Description:
To The Lighthouse - A Guided Walk Around The Swanscombe Peninsula
Wed, 2 May
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
Winston, Women and Song
Fri, 4 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!
To The Lighthouse - A Guided Walk Around The Swanscombe Peninsula
Sat, 5 May
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
Soho and all that Jazz !
Sun, 6 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.
Finding Bridget Jones
Wed, 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.
Walbrook - Hidden River Hidden Temple
Thu, 10 May
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: We will follow part of the ancient route of the Walbrook to the River Thames. An interesting way to view the City, through this lost water course and how it shaped the area through which it flowed. A visit to the newly opened Temple of Mithras is included (free).
Chessboard to Totem Pole - The Art of Craft
Sun, 13 May
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: One might assume this is just another Art & Sculpture walk, and you might be right. However, we also explore here the element of ‘fit for purpose’, as well as the client’s brief and how the craftsman explored this and extended the remit to create a piece that was so much more than that!
Gravesend and Tilbury - A Walk in Kent and Essex
Wed, 23 May
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, 26 May
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
T S Eliot - The Waste Land in the City
Sat, 26 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.
Six Islington Squares
Fri, 1 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
20th Century Buildings in Hackney
Fri, 1 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.
Bataville Photography Tour
Sat, 2 Jun
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description:
Czech Shoes and Mucking Flats - along the Thames at East Tilbury
Wed, 6 Jun
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 at East Tilbury
Sat, 9 Jun
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
Winston, Women and Song
Wed, 13 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!
The Edge of Oil City - A Walk in Canvey Island
Wed, 20 Jun
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, 23 Jun
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
T S Eliot - The Waste Land in the City
Sat, 23 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.
Walbrook - Hidden River Hidden Temple
Thu, 28 Jun
Your guide: Tina Baxter
Description: We will follow part of the ancient route of the Walbrook to the River Thames. An interesting way to view the City, through this lost water course and how it shaped the area through which it flowed. A visit to the newly opened Temple of Mithras is included (free).
To Constable's Castle - A Walk From Leigh on Sea
Wed, 4 Jul
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, 7 Jul
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, 18 Jul
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, 21 Jul
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
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