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WALK | Lambeth: Hidden Treasures And Trailblazers

  • 27 Jul 2022
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Lambeth North Station, 110 Westminster Bridge Rd, SE1 7XG
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  • Members of The London Society pay just £10 for this walk
  • Corporate Members of the Society get free tickets.


**Members have Priority Booking until 4 July**

Join Jack Chesher as we go off the beaten track and explore Lambeth: a fascinating area of London brimming with hidden treasures, including the Tudor gatehouse of Lambeth Palace and the gloriously elaborate Doulton factory building.

Medieval Lambeth was predominantly fields and marshland around a small village. For centuries afterwards it was an industrial, working class area with a feeling of separation from Westminster, just over the river. It is this environment that has produced some of the country's greatest trailblazers including William Blake and Charlie Chaplin amongst many others.

Chesher grew up in Essex before moving to Bristol to study history at university. Moving to London he has now combined his passions - walking, history and London by setting up a blog called Living London History.

Photo © Look Up London

***Become a member of the London Society. You'll get priority booking for events, discounted tickets, the Journal and free tickets for the annual Banister Fletcher Lecture. You can join here: https://www.londonsociety.org.uk/join.***

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