The City of London is ancient and has many unique traditions. It has also evolved over time to reflect a changing wider world and this walk seeks to tell the stories of women who have played roles, often bravely and in the face of resistance, criticism and danger, in bringing about these changes.
Join Pat Langford on a walk which takes in places that illustrate key unique features about the City of London, its earliest history through to how it looks today. Hear about the destruction of Londinium by Boudicca, how women helped to save St Paul’s Cathedral from destruction in the Blitz, the female crusaders for justice and many female ‘firsts’ Meet at Blackfriars Underground Station
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