New series of mulberry tree walks

Leaning black mulberries in Fountain Court planted for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897

From the end of June through July I’ll be leading weekly walks, using London’s mulberry trees as waypoints to discover the capital’s hidden past. From Roman bathhouses and Thameside wharves to King James I’s silk project; from Chelsea’s fascinating veteran mulberry heritage to the City’s Monasteries and Inns of Temple …

More information and bookings:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/cc/mulberry-heritage-walks-553939

Author: petecoles

Writer, Editor, Translator, Photographer, Sessional lecturer Editor-in-Chief at Morus Londinium

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