Category Archives: Hidden Places
After a couple of months of hibernation and planning I’m shall be starting to offer a regular programme of walks again from March. I’m excited to announce new walks for 2017 about two women I admire very much. Ada Salter: Beautifying Bermondsey … Continue reading
I enjoyed the best of the Easter Monday weather with a trip to the Chelsea Physic Garden yesterday afternoon. After I don’t know how many years of good intentions, I finally got there and was rewarded with a gloriously sunny … Continue reading
Eagle-eyed readers may notice that a detail from this installation is pictured on my website. Labyrinths have played quite a large part in my life since my partner developed a deep interest in all things labyrinthine some years ago. A quick glance round our … Continue reading
When I moved into the east London house in which I live, I was intrigued to discover in a nearby street a concrete paving slab with a neat brass inlay marking the line of the Greenwich Meridian. Twenty years later, I still … Continue reading
Much as I love the Barbican it can seem pretty bleak, especially in the late afternoon of a grey February day. So it is always a pleasure to plan a route to the library that takes me past Dorothy Annan’s joyful … Continue reading
Pioneers, Poets & Pacifists in Bloomsbury – Thursday 19th May 11:00 am On this stroll though Bloomsbury squares we meet ten of the lesser known women who played a significant role in science, medicine, politics, the arts. They include the distinguished scientist … Continue reading
Find out more on Paul’s walk next Tuesday. There are still places left!