WALKING TOUR  - The Eastern City of London

Bevis Marks Synagogue

WALKING TOUR  - The Eastern City of London

11.00 – 13.00, Saturday 26th March 2022

Starting at Liverpool Street Station and finishing at Tower Hill, former conservation principal Alec Forshaw will lead us through the eastern part of the City of London and the locations of two important recent SAVE cases at Bevis Marks and the Custom House. We will also traverse the extraordinary tall buildings cluster, largely built over the last 20 years, including the ‘Gherkin’, ‘Cheesegrater’, ‘Scalpel’ and ‘Walkie-Talkie’.

Alec Forshaw is the author of New City: Contemporary Architecture in the City of London and has led several other London walks for SAVE in recent years.

Tickets: £14 for Friends and Saviours/£18 for Members of the Public

Meeting point: Kindertransport Memorial(by McDondalds), south side of Liverpool Street station, London.

End point: Tower Hill Underground Station.

Book tickets via Eventbrite here. To find out more about supporting SAVE and receiving discounts on future events please visit our our Support Us page.

 

Places are strictly limited, booking is essential. If you are unable to book a ticket please email Leigh Stanford at administrator@savebritainsheritage.org.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the ongoing situation regarding COVID-19, it is possible that we may have to postpone this event if further restrictions on public meeting are imposed in the new year.

Image: Bevis Marks