Dickens and London
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The River Thames (by H. K. Browne from David Copperfield 1850)

This walk through the City of London (the ancient Roman City and the largest and wealthiest city in the world during Dickens lifetime) covers most of the major incidents of Charles Dickens life and some important scenes from  his novels.  

We start at 11am on Tuesdays and  2pm on Saturdays meeting at the City Information Centre in St Paul's Churchyard.  The walk is led by Susan Gane when advertised here, and a qualified City Guide at other times. The walk will last one and half to two hours and end at Leadenhall market.  The cost is 7 per person, 6 concessions, with accompanied children under twelve free of charge