London Blog
I recently enjoyed a first-rate plate of pasta in a little Italian restaurant in Botolph Alley (of which more later). It’s just around the corner...
The fine art of creating a new walk Some of you may be interested in how we work as a team to create a new...
For centuries Londoners have been scouring the banks of the Thames. In times gone by children would scavenge at low tide, desperate to find things...
Let’s say you’ve found yourself in the vicinity of Ludgate Circus and Fleet Street with a few hours to spare. It’s winter – it’s cold...
The Humble Grape, Fleet Street must be one of the most well-hidden restaurants in the city. For a start it’s not actually in Fleet Street....
The Guildhall Art Gallery's latest exhibition, Treasures of Gold and Silver Wire exhibition, showcases the exquisite use of gold and silver wire in the fields...
News
Good news for the Six in the City Team as two more of us have joined Caroline as Blue Badge Guides. Pat (pictured) and Courtney...
Woah! Who's here in Paternoster Square having a lovely meal together? A Koala, a Tiger, a Giraffe, a Hippo? And that's not all; there are...
The whole team at Six in the City is deeply saddened by the news of the death of Her Majesty the Queen. In common with...
© Pat Langford This Thursday 24th March an important event takes place in the City of London - the election of...
  Exciting news: Expert Guided Tours of the City of London’s Smithfield Market, world famous for its meat, are starting up again in time for...
We have more to offer If you were one of the thousands of people who took part in this year's Open House Festival, we're sure...
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