Images from the walk: Round the block again, October 2008.
‘SQUARES AND PAIRS'
Bloomsbury is famous for its pioneers – but what about their partners and friends? Find out the stories of those who shaped public health history - and their sometimes long suffering companions - on this walk through the great architecture and squares of the area.
Wednesday, 12th February 2014, 12.45 pm - 2.00 pm
'SNOW AND SOHO’
In our last tribute for the bicentenary of Dr John Snow, this walk takes place just before his birthday. Trace the history of the 1854 cholera outbreak, solved by Dr John Snow – and learn more of the medical and mysterious history of Soho. Ends at the John Snow pub.
Thursday, 13th March 2014, 5.15 pm (ends ~ 6.45 pm)
The walks will be led by Dr Ros Stanwell-Smith, a Public Health Consultant who is also a Blue Badge Guide
Each walk is free. Numbers are limited (20 places). If you would like
to participate, please book with Ingrid James: Tel: 020 7927 - 2434 or
FUNDED BY THE WELLCOME TRUST