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Join us on our next week-day walk (Tues 14th March 2017, 2pm) + See Sunday walks!! (below)

Walk Route A: Lift Up Your Heads, O Gates!
Description: Join Joanna and explore the City of London - walk the medieval streets and follow in the footsteps of saints and martyrs of old.
Date and time:Tuesday 14th March @ 2pm 
Suggested Donation: £5 per person (concessions available).
Where to meet: on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral [EC4M 8AD].The nearest tube station is St Paul's.
Practical Info: The walk will last approximately 1.5 hours. Please bring water (or alternative) to drink, an Umbrella in case of rain, and wear suitable shoes. Read more>>
Other Dates (Mar - Apr 2017)
STOP PRESS!!.......NEW SUNDAY AFTERNOON WALK ROUTES (COMING MARCH 2017!!)
Date: Sunday March 5th 2017
Meet: 3pm at the Church of the Most Precious Blood, O'Meara Street, London SE1 1TD. (Nearest tube and main line station: London Bridge)

Walk Route: We'll walk along the river to the Tower of London, and then back towards St Paul's Cathedral and across the Millennium Bridge.

Come and enjoy a Sunday afternoon in good company, walking along by the Thames, learning its history and enjoying some of the most famous views in the world!
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Date: Sunday March 19th 2017
Meet: 3pm at the Church of the Most Precious Blood, O'Meara Street, London SE1 1TD. (Nearest tube and main line station: London Bridge).

Walk Route: We'll walk along the South Bank of the Thames towards Westminster, crossing to the other side to walk along the Embankment, finishing at Westminster Abbey.

This is an enjoyable walk taking in some of the great views of London; including St Paul's and the Houses of Parliament. Come and enjoy a Springtime Sunday afternoon walk in good company!

Walk A: Lift Up Your Heads O Gates!

Explore the City of London - walk the medieval streets and follow in the footsteps of saints and martyrs of old. Read more >

Walk B: The King's Good Servant.

Listen to the heroic story of Saint Thomas More as you walk in his footsteps on the streets and riverbank of Chelsea. Read more >

Walk C: For King and Country.

Learn about the crucial role that Catholics have played through the centuries in both Church and State of our nation.
Read more >

Walk D: Smells and Bells - London's Catholic Culture.

Discover the Catholic roots of some of London's most famous landmarks and districts... now a thriving cultural centre. Read more >

About Catholic History Walks

The Catholic History Walks are an independent project, originally launched through Miles Jesu, a Catholic lay movement.
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