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Join us on our next week-day walk (Friday 5th May 2017, 2pm) + See new walks routes!! (below)

Walk Route A: The King's Good Servant
Description: Join Joanna and listen to the heroic story of Saint Thomas More as you walk in his footsteps on the streets and riverbank of Chelsea.
Date and time:Friday 5th May @ 2pm 
Suggested Donation: £3 per person (concessions available).
Where to meet:  on the steps of Westminster Cathedral [SW1P 1QW].The nearest tube station is Victoria or St James's Park.
Practical Info: The walk will last approximately 1.5 hours. Please bring water (or alternative) to drink, an Umbrella in case of rain, and wear suitable shoes. Read more>>
Other Dates (April & May 2017)
2017 NEW WALK ROUTES: EXPLORE CATHOLIC HISTORY ALONG THE THAMES AND IN SOUTHWARK
Tours of St George's Cathedral, Southwark

Dates: Friday 28th April (3pm)

Meet: 3pm at the main Cathedral doors (Nearest tube: Waterloo or Lambeth North).

Walk Route:This tour will take place around the inside of St George's Cathedral. 
Walks around Southwark


Date:
Sunday 21st May (3pm) and Friday 2nd June (6pm)


Meet: at the main doors of Southwark Cathedral (5 minutes prior to start time, above). (Nearest tube: Waterloo or Lambeth North)

Walk Route: This tour will explore the Catholic history of Southwark.
Annual Martyr's Walk


Date:
Sunday 25th June
(1:30pm)

Description: Devotional walk from the Churchyard of St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, following the route of Catholic Martyrs to Tyburn. Concludes at 5pm with Benediction and tea.

There is no charge for this walk; donations welcome.

Walk A: Lift Up Your Heads O Gates!

Explore the City of London - walk the medieval streets and follow in the footsteps of saints and martyrs of old. Read more >

Walk B: The King's Good Servant.

Listen to the heroic story of Saint Thomas More as you walk in his footsteps on the streets and riverbank of Chelsea. Read more >

Walk C: For King and Country.

Learn about the crucial role that Catholics have played through the centuries in both Church and State of our nation.
Read more >

Walk D: Smells and Bells - London's Catholic Culture.

Discover the Catholic roots of some of London's most famous landmarks and districts... now a thriving cultural centre. Read more >

About Catholic History Walks

The Catholic History Walks are an independent project, originally launched through Miles Jesu, a Catholic lay movement.
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