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From Romans to Rogers – 2000 Years of City History

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Meeting point - The Monument

near Fish St

London

EC3R 8AH

United Kingdom

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Tour Guide – Tony Tucker, City Guides

Visit Trinity Gardens, with war memorials to merchant seamen lost in the two world wars, the site of the Tower Hill execution block, the largest surviving section of Roman wall, the delightful medieval church of St Olave Hart Street where Samuel Pepys worshipped and is buried, historic lanes and alleyways surviving from medieval times (with many associations with Charles Dickens), Wren and medieval churches, the site of the outbreak of the Great Fire of London, a most attractive City garden in the ruined church of St Dunstan in the East, and modern buildings by Lord Foster and Lord Rogers.

Tour will start at 11.00 promptly. There will be a break for lunch . Lunch is not included. Tour will finish between 3.30 and 4.00pm

This event is limited to 25 people only, so early booking recommended.

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How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Organsier - Diana Rawson, Shire Lane House, Hurst Green, Clitheroe, BB7 9QR

07548 553769

email Lancashire@artfund.org.uk

What do I do if delayed on the day?

Contact Diana on mobile number above (preferred)

Or contact tour guide, Tony Tucker, 07899 654543


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Meeting point - The Monument

near Fish St

London

EC3R 8AH

United Kingdom

View Map

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No Refunds

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