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Tour guide Geoff Castro organises long distance exercise for our members, forcing us to walk between pubs. In 2013 this was 10 pubs (ex;cluding the river bus!) .   For 2014 he wrote

Following a pleasant stroll along the Thames last year, we have "Great Expectations" for the London Wolves walk this July. Join "Our Mutual Friend" Geoff on a tour of Dickens' London and check out the many places where Charles Dickens lived and worked and used as the basis for many of his novels. Visit the site of  the blacking factory where he worked as a child, the haunt of Fagin and his gang and see the clock which woke Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol". Also visit Dr Johnsons House, Londons oldest restaurant and Sweeney Todd’’s barber shop - fortunately, we will not have time to stop here for a shave or a pie! For those of us who prefer to drink rather than walk
- the great majority, I think - there will be MANY opportunities to stop at interesting real ale pubs en-route, not a "Bleak House"
amongst them! So no excuses about being on "Hard Times", come and join us on Saturday 5th July meeting at "The Penderel’s Oak", 283-
288 High Holborn, at 11am - or earlier if you wish as the pub opens at 8am - for a 12 noon start. Nearest stations are Chancery lane on the Central line and Holborn on the Central and Piccadilly lines  Click on the picture of Charles Dickens to find out what transpired, including the visit t the “demon barber of Fleet Street”

Previous Walks.

.  Please touch/click on a picture to access the photographs for the walk.

2014 Dickens Walk

2013 From South to North Bank



2012 Richmond-Kingston-Tide end town (page restored to this site)

2011 Regent’s Canal



2010 The Thames Path - Putney to Richmond

2009 The Wandle