Harleston’s Future held a public meeting on Monday 1 July, to explain what is happening across the country in celebration of the 400 year anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower ship to America, and the important role Harleston played in this significant point in h...

Discover a series of hiden artists' studion only a few minutes from the centre of london,  Bring your cash to enjoy the special Open Studios weekend.  Terence Conran raves about it, and Keith Richards came here for a bespoke guitar. There’s a café or a pub for lunch....

Also knows as Princes and Paupers.  This walk around lovely Kennington that takes in a rare spirit door, Rural Economy, Charlie Chaplin and the worst disaster of the Blitz in Lambeth. There’s an Indian restaurant that is patronised by MPs of all parties, and it finishe...

Called ‘the Belgravia of South London’ by The Builder magazine, Denmark Hill, once home to John Ruskin, is close to central London and manages to retain a whiff of the countryside away from busily commercial Camberwell Green.  Most of this walk is behind the scenes, Th...

The Rotherhithe Maylower heritage walk takes you past and into the Mayflower pub, the burial grounds of Captain Christopher Jones, the first tunnel to be built under a river, a period costume workshop, Scandanavian Churches, memorials built to the Pilgrim past and much...

The name Rotherhithe is thought to derive from the Anglo-Saxon 'Rethra' meaing a sailor and 'Hythe' meaning landing place.  Rotherhithe has a long history with the sea and sailing, from the early trading days, to being the London home port of the Mayflower ship, to the...

Founded in 1856, the aim of the National Portrait Gallery, London is ‘to promote through the medium of portraits the appreciation and understanding of the men and women who have made and are making British history and culture, and ... to promote the appreciation and un...