Wednesday Walks - October - December 2019
Our aim is to inform and entertain - join us on the first Wednesday of each month and we'll introduce you to places off the beaten track. All walks start at 11.00 am, finish by 1 pm and cost £12 per person.
You will be welcome to just turn up at the meeting point and pay on the day – if you would like details of the first couple of stops in case you might be running late, then please email the guide for that walk to let her know that you are intending to come and she will send you further information. email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
11:00 AM - Wednesday 2nd October - First 100 Years of Women in the Law
Your guide: Anne Tickell
Meeting point: Chancery Lane station - Outside Robert Dyas
Anne is the granddaughter of Gwyneth Bebb, of the infamous Bebb v The Law Society case of 1914, in which the court held that women were not considered "people" under the Solicitors Act 1843 and thus could not practise in the profession. Join Anne to find out how this decision was over-turned and hear about some of the ground-breaking women in the legal profession. The tour will include the four Inns of Court.
11:00 AM - Wednesday 6th November - Bohemian Fitzrovia
Your guide: Elaine Wein
Meeting point: Goodge Street station
Starting at Goodge Street station, this walk explores the actors, musicians, artists and literary figures that made their home in the pubs and cafes of Fitzrovia.Come and meet the people like Nina Hamnett, Dylan Thomas, and Augustus John who shaped the Bohemian nature of the area. The walk will finish at Warren Street tube station.
6:00 PM - Wednesday, 4th December - CHRISTMAS WALK
Details to follow.
This walk will be free, though there will be an opportunity to make a donation to charity should you wish to do so