Category Archives: Hidden Places
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!
Exploring the Grade II listed Islington War Memorial Arch with Paul on the Holloway Home Front walk last Wednesday.