Join oursponsored walk taking place on 19 April 2008 at 2.30pm.
This walk explores the hidden courtyards and alleyways of the City of London. Discover the site where the 'exotic' drink of coffee was first consumed, visit deserted churchyards, admire the 17th century gates given by King William and Queen Mary to the Lord Mayor of London, drink in hidden pubs and walk through an atmospheric 19th century marketplace.
The walk is led by Blue Badge Guide, Diane Burstein, covers about 2 miles and will take around an hour and a half. All funds raised will go to the Diabetes UK research fund.
For further details, please contact the Diabetes UK London office firstname.lastname@example.org telephone 020 7424 1122
About our London walks
The Diabetes UK London Walks are a great way to discover London’s hidden and secret parts while also raising money for diabetes research. Experience the vibrancy and historical wonders of this famous city.
Other dates, locations and themes
The other London Walks will take place on the following dates, and each walk has a special theme:
Royal Richmond by the River.
Historic Highgate or Historic Primrose Hill.
Bohemians and Bluestockings - Literary London.
Jack the Ripper's Wicked London (evening walk)
Sinister and Ghostly London (evening walk)
All walks start at 2.30pm (except where stated as an 'evening walk') and last no more than two hours. Participants will be asked to raise a minimum of £30 in sponsorship.
For more information or to book a place contact Liz Roe, Diabetes UK London, by calling 020 7424 1122 or emailing email@example.com.