The Medieval precinct of St Paul’s Cathedral – Knowledge of the City

Walks and Talks - About the City, in the City, and by City Guides

Thursday, 23rd March 2017

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The final talk in this year’s series is The Medieval precinct of St Paul’s Cathedral, delivered by Jill Finch.

Knowledge of the City is organised by City of London Guides: Debbie Pearson and Kathryn Prevezer. All the lecturers are qualified City of London Guides.  www.knowledgeofthecity.com

There will be an optional walk on the weekend after the talk. You are welcome to join the walks even if you do not go to the talks.

Venue:

St Bride Foundation, Bride Lane, off Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ. There is step free access via Salisbury Court, off Fleet Street.

Thursday 23 March 2017. 6:30pm–8:00pm

Cost:

£10 per talk or £36 for entire series. For a couple attending the whole series, the second person pays half price, making £54 for two. Students guides or newly qualified guides pay half price for the series, making £18.

Booking: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/knowledge-of-the-city-series-43-tickets-31199375171

Cheque – Please send cheque made payable to “Down Memory Lane” to:
Down Memory Lane

2 Violet Road

London

E18 1D

(Please include your e-mail address)

Bank Transfer – Please contact Debbie Pearson

Cash  – We will accept cash on the night if there is space in the venue

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