Dates for your diary:
February 12th Wednesday
Discover Roman London – Guided Walk
Let’s ‘roam’ around the City and discover a history that dates back nearly 2,000 years.
Join Valary Murphy, a qualified City of London Guide, who will reveal the ancient city of Londinium that lies beneath your feet.
Learn why the Romans founded the City of Londinium, what they brought – and what they liked to export.
See the site of a Roman bathhouse that’s now a pretty garden (a model of it is in the Museum of London) and where there was a temple to Mithras that was only discovered after bombing in the Second World War.
Step into the Guildhall Art Gallery
and view part of the original amphitheatre where gladiators once fought and take in a view of the original Roman wall that guarded the City 1,800 years ago.
The walk ends up by the Museum of London where you can learn more about the Romans in London and see some of the amazing artefacts archaeologists have unearthed – and continue to unearth.
The walk will start at Tower Hill Underground Station
For details contact FoW Secretary: email@example.com
Tickets: Friends £5, Non-Friend £7
4th March Wednesday 2.30pm – Whitehall
A personal view of India by Juliet Chaplin
Juliet, a long-time Friend and supporter of Whitehall, will give an illustrated talk on many aspects of life in India and the charities that she supports there.
Juliet has visited India many times and plans to speak, from personal experience, about sponsored children and other charitable work going on in India, religions, music, gardens, wildlife, transport and the Raj.
Leave behind the cold of Cheam and come and join Juliet on a journey through India.
Tickets: Friends £5, Non-Friends £7.
contact Jenny Lugton: firstname.lastname@example.org