Catholic History Walks, London, 2017

Organised by Catholic History Walks, two Springtime riverside walks along the Thames will be organised in March, starting from the Church of the Most Precious Blood at London Bridge, which is in the care of the Ordinariate.

The Walks are on Sunday afternoons, and all are welcome. There is no need to book – just turn up!

The details are:

Sunday March 5th, starting at 3pm at the door of the Church of the Most Precious Blood, O’Meara Street, London SE1 1TD.The Walk will go along the river to the Tower of London and from there to St paul’s Cathedral and back across the Millenium Bridge.

Sunday March 19th, starting at 3pm at the church door, and walking along the Thames to Westminster, crossing the river at Charing Cross and going along the Embankment to Westminster Abbey.

All along, there will be stops at places of historic interest, with information on the great events that shaped London’s, and Britain’s, history.

A donation of £5 is invited for each walk. Concessions for senior citizens and unemployed. Childen under 16 free. More information from www.catholichistorywalks.com

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3 Responses to Catholic History Walks, London, 2017

  1. Pingback: Catholic History Walks in London | Catholic Family History

  2. tupelotechnology says:

    These walks sound lovely. I shall come along with my wife.

  3. Yvonne says:

    Enjoyed “Martyr’s Walk” in June. Would like to hear of other walks.

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