I am an Oxford Historian who has lived in London all my life. I have an extensive knowledge of its people, its history, its architecture and its culture. My walks range through space and time, covering many parts of London and every period from the Roman to the present day. WALK1 Marble Arch, the Royal Palaces, Piccadilly & Mayfair Venue:- We meet at Marble Arch station (Exit 1). The walk ends at Hertford House in Manchester Square (nearest tube is Bond Street) Timings:- Every Monday at 11.00 & 15.00 We start at Marble Arch station. WALK2 Clerkenwell, Smithfield, Guildhall & the Roman Wall Venue:- We meet at Farringdon station (Cowcross street exit). The walk ends close to the Barbican centre (nearest tubes are Barbican or St Paul’s) Timings:- Every Saturday at 11.00 & 15.00 We start at Farringdon station. WALK3 Southwark & the Inner Temple Venue:- We meet at Waterloo station (the grand main exit/entrance). The walk ends at the Inner Temple (nearest tube is the Temple) Timings:- Every Tuesday at 11.00 & 15.00 The walk begins at Waterloo station. WALK4 Kensington Gardens & Hyde Park Venue:- We meet at Lancaster Gate station. The walk ends close to the south eastern edge of Hyde Park (nearest tube is Hyde Park Corner) Timings:- Every Thursday at 11.00 & 15.00 We start at Lancaster Gate station and walk into KENSINGTON GARDENS by the Marlborough Gate entrance. WALK5 Lambeth, Westminster & Trafalgar Square Venue:- We meet at Waterloo station (the grand main exit/entrance). The walk ends in Trafalgar Square (nearest tube is Charing Cross) Timings:- Every Wednesday at 11.00 & 15.00 We start at Waterloo station. WALK6 The East End, the Tower & the City Venue:- We meet at Liverpool Street station (Liverpool Street exit). The walk ends at Liverpool Street station. Timings:- Every Sunday at 11.00 & 15.00 We start at Liverpool Street station. Occupying much of this site, in the medieval period, was the priory of ST MARY OF BETHLEHEM I shall describe both familiar sights but also many unfamiliar sights and tell the true and fascinating stories connected to them. From the Knights Templar to William Shakespeare, and from William Wallace to Winston Churchill.