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

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

Saturday, 25th March 2017

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The final walk in this year’s series is The Medieval precinct of St Paul’s Cathedral, guided by Jill Finch, 07760 450108.

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: Meet at 11am by the Fire Fighters Memorial (Corner of Sermon Lane and Carter Lane) Nearest underground station – St Paul’s.

Saturday 25 March 2017. 11:00pm–13:00pm

Cost: £8 payable to the guides on the day.

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