Stroll down Borough High Street where in days past coaches, travellers clutching to their roofs, erupted from narrow entrances, setting off at first light into Kent. Hop factors and their warehouses evoke the sight of laden wagons arriving from Kent, Sussex and Surrey.
This tour tells of a graduate with a van and a love for wine, of London’s largest brewery, and of a very dangerous umbrella. It celebrates the grain and the grape, and trade both in times past and today.
PLEASE NOTE: this tour may present access issues - please contact the guide before booking if you have access requirements so that they can be accommodated.
Concessions apply to students, the unwaged, those aged 65 and over, and children aged 6-15 (who MUST be accompanied by a paying adult); children 5 and under go free with a paying adult.
Meet me outside the chapel - look out for my blue 'Footprints of London' hi-vis waistcoat.
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