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Walk the Pavements Grey

The Emerald City Irish London walking tour: Sunday 12 July 2015.

The London pavements are coming alive! On the 325th anniversary of the Boyne take a stroll along Fleet Street, into the Temple and finish in Covent Garden to discover about the great names of Irish history and their lives in London. Parnell, Shaw, Wilde, Wolf, Yeats and many more. Irish history where it actually happened and where you might least expect it  – on the streets of London!
Start: 2:00pm from the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral
Finish 4.30pm The Royal Opera House Covent Garden.
Cost £10. Concessions £8.
Led by the brilliant and inimitable Tony McDonnell (London Blue Badge Guide) this is a terrific opportunity to walk these historic steps and discover some history that was never mentioned much at school.
Hope you can make it.
PS. The nest posting will be a fish of a different colour

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