LRG Historic Pub Walk 2022 - Clerkenwell

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LRG Guided Historic Pubs Tour - Clerkenwell

ITI London Regional Group

Date: Thu, 25 August 2022

What: LRG Annual Historic Pubs Guided Tour

Where: Meet at Farringdon Station – main entrance/exit, facing Cowcross Street

Time: 6pm (call 07894 717 260 on the day, if you need to join the tour at a later time)

Cost: LRG members: free; non-LRG members: £5.

Our good friend and trusted guide, Roger Bone will be taking us on a tour of Clerkenwell, a part

of London with a turbulent history, including its religious and political radicalism - the Marx

Memorial Library is on the route.

Stories will include the rise of watch and clock making, the first beer brewed with hops in

England, St John’s Gateway, Victorian alfresco loos, and the infamous Clerkenwell House of


Some of the pubs on our visit will include The Jerusalem, a recreated 18th century tavern in an

old watchmakers shop, The Crown Tavern on Clerkenwell Green, with its famous conspirators’

clock from 1683, and The Betsy Trotwood, a pub based on David Copperfield’s aunt who

Dickens had living in a cottage nearby.

Supper (optional) will be at one of the pubs at the end of the walk, coming back full circle to

Farringdon Station. If you are staying for dinner, please let us know at

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