Month: August 2014

guided walks around the City of London

Child Victims of London’s First Air Raid

Row after row of headstones marking the battlefields of France and Belgium the memorials and overgrown graves in villages up and down Britain all remind us of the horrors of World War One which started in August 1914. So many tragedies, so many lost husbands, sons and brothers who have never been found. Millions of…
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Keeping Their Feet on the Ground

The weather was just a bit too hot to climb the 311 steps to the top of the Monument but members of the Shepway and District U3A were still prepared to walk through the City and visit three churches re-built by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of 1666 – St. Mary Abchurch, St.…
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