Architecture, General city tour, Medieval London, Gardens and open spaces, Literary tours, Guildhall Art Gallery, Lectures and talks, Livery companies, Women.
History has always been a passion, as Miss B Takes a Walk I can immerse myself in the deep & varied timelines of the City of London.
From food to literature, green spaces and architecture the City has much to tell us about its past and present.
The City of London has many guises, there is always something new and interesting to discover. Virtual Tours are also offered on any of the walks listed.
MA - Open University - Humanities and Modern Art
Guildhall Art Gallery Course - independent Guide
Member of LAMAS
The London Society
The London Historical Society
London Historians - Member
Friends of City Gardens
National Trust Guide - 2 Willow Road Hampstead (Erno Goldfinger Architect)
Member Bridge Ward Club
Freeman of the City of London
Member of the T S Eliot Society (United Kingdom)
Georgian Dining Academy - Events celebrating Georgian London in historic houses and offering private events
'Text in the City' taking a closer look at what the City tells us through stone carving on buildings, statues, pavements
'Walbrook where art thou?' - The hidden river, and it's story.
'Women Through Time' -Inspirational Women in the City
'Fleet Street Women' - women who were in the forefront of journalism but oft forgotten
'Secret Spaces & Public Places' - Garden Walks
Guildhall Art Gallery & Amphitheatre
Queenhithe Ward & Foreshore Walk
In the Footsteps of Chaucer
'Wasteland' - T S Eliot & The City of London
'Prufrock & Bloomsbury'
The Ancient Port of London - Saxon to Elizabethan (includes the Queenhithe Mosaic)
CITY LIFE: The Square Mile's Many Faces - Niki Gorick Photographs - accompanying talk
CITY WORKERS: Hard Hats & Uniforms Keeping the Square Mile Moving - Niki Gorick Exhibition at Guildhall Library (2014) - accompanying talk
MRS BEETON - Life & Times
TALK: 'Wasteland in the City' T S Eliot
TALK: 'First Lady of Fleet Street' - Observing the Times of Rachel Beer
TALK: 'Text in the City'
TALK: Georgians Undressed