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Catholic History walks in London

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The Catholic History Walks are an independent project, originally launched through Miles Jesu, a Catholic lay movement. Thet are led by Joanna Bogle, who is an author, journalist, and broadcaster. She has a degree in Theology and a great love of London.

Forthcoming walks are:

‘Lift up your heads, O Gates!’
Tuesday 5th June, 6pm
Explore the varied and fascinating history of the City of London - the Square Mile, from its ancient origins, as a Catholic capital, and then to the Reformation and beyond. Meet at the Church of the Most Precious Blood, Southwark. SE1 1TA. Nearest Tube: Borough or London Bridge.

‘A Royal Walk - Queen's Birthday Special’
Sunday 10th June, 3pm
On this weekend of the Queen's Official Birthday and today, Prince Philip's Birthday, join us for a walk through Westminster full of royal celebration and Catholic History. Meet on the steps of Westminster Cathedral. Nearest Tube: Victoria.

Suggested donation is £5 per person. There is no need to book - just turn up and meet us there! However if you'd prefer you are always welcome to confirm by emailing chwalkslondon@gmail.com.

For further information visit www.catholichistorywalks.com.