The City, from 0 to AD 2000

The City, from 0 to AD 2000

Thursday, 7 September 2017

Leader: Philip Sayers


Piece together the City of London from nothing, through the Romans, back to nothing, through the medieval period to the ultra-modern metropolis that it is now.

Highlights include Roman echoes persisting to this day, the wooden London Bridge, medieval
churches, and the very centre of global commerce since 1660. About 4-mile walk with time for coffee and lunch.

All meet at Kings Cross at 10.15am platform 1 exit barrier. Meet at Letchworth rail station at 9.30am for travel-sharing, for the 9.45 train, (9.35 Royston). Baldock 9.27 change at Letchworth. Or separately; 9.31 Hitchin, 9.37 Stevenage.

Buy an ‘offpeak Travelcard', this includes the Tube to Monument. Leaving London
before 4.15pm. 

Book now with Philip Sayers (not Rosemary) p.sayers@gmail.com (preferred) or 01462 686798. Include your LALG number.

On the day: 07854 782687.

£3 contribution to research expenses.

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