The Leopards Head is the Hallmark for precious metal for London. All metals which are hallmarked within the London assay office – and pass -will be stamped with it. It is also the symbol of the Goldsmiths – one of the City’s Livery Companies. To learn more about livery companies and see the Leopard’s Head join us on our City Highlights tour.
What a lovely building! What the picture shows is the entrance to St Bartholomew the great church. Once a mighty church and part of a priory it has survived relatively unscathed for centuries. Learn more about it on our Smithfield walk.
This knight of old is very impressive looking – but where is he? And what’s it all about? Find out on our Short walk – Commemorations. More info here: http://prwalks.co.uk/short-walks.htm
Remember the wonderful summer? Well this is a wonderful church tower in the City of London. The City of London had so many churches. Not all of them are active now and some are just towers or ruins. But they are a reminder of the past and the importance of the church to people. Want to find out more? Join us on our City Highlights or Gardens and Churchyards or Ghost Walk.
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It’s Local London Guiding Day this Saturday 13 October. Free Guided Walks in the City, Camden, Clerkenwell and Islington and Westminster from qualified guides. On the hour from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. City Walks start at the Old Broad Street entrance to Liverpool Street station. If you’re on the 10.00 am walk then come and say hello!