It's 350 years since the Great Fire of London, when the streets ran with molten lead, tens of thousands were made homeless and 80% of the City was destroyed. Join me on this walk and discover the stories of this terrible event.
We'll begin where the fire started in Pudding Lane, make our way along the river and hear about the destruction, see where old St Paul's was (and admire Christopher Wren's magnificent baroque replacement), and discover how the fire was eventually brought to a halt.
On the way we'll go down some of the alleyways and closes of the old City, hear the words of eye witnesses, and try to imagine the panic and the devastation.
And we'll see some of the damage caused by the second great fire - the 1940 Blitz - and the green space that was left as a memorial.
The walk covers around 3 miles and is suitable for children (10 years and above) as well as adults.