Dickens's London Legacy Walking Tours w/ Lucinda Dickens-Hawksley POSTPONED

Dickens landscape artwork

As you are no doubt aware, all non-essential events and public gatherings have been stopped due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

As a result, we are looking to reschedule the Dickens's London Walking Tours (and extend the run of the Childhood in Dickensian London onsite exhibition) for later in the year. We will try to change the date of the Walking Tour for the same weekday and time but for a different month in the Autumn/Winter, subject to availability. Given that no-one knows how long it will be until public events will resume, we may need to reschedule again at a later date. You can, of course, request a refund directly via the Eventbrite page if you no longer wish to attend. 

In the meantime, you can watch the video we created for both the onsite and online exhibition: 'Dickens's London Legacy with Lucinda Dickens-Hawksley'. This features additional places that, due to time and distance, are not included on the Walking Tour (with one exception, the Hospital for Sick Children, now known as Great Ormond Street Hospital).

Finally, we hope you are keeping well and safe and we look forward to meeting you at the walking tour when the time is right.

Kind regards,

Senate House Library Events 

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Event information

Charles Dickens's great-great-great granddaughter, Lucinda Dickens-Hawksley, takes you on a guided tour of Dickens-related locations in and around the Bloomsbury area of London.

£4 per person (booking required - online payment only) 

https://dickenswalkingtour.eventbrite.co.uk

The tour will last no more than 2 hours in total. 

Start & End point (unless otherwise stated): Senate House - Ground Floor reception  

**Important note** - This event involves walking to several sites in the Bloomsbury area so please wear practical footwear and be mindful of traffic and other pedestrians on the way.

Dickens's London Legacy Walking Tours w/ Lucinda Dickens-Hawksley POSTPONED

Dickens landscape artwork

As you are no doubt aware, all non-essential events and public gatherings have been stopped due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

As a result, we are looking to reschedule the Dickens's London Walking Tours (and extend the run of the Childhood in Dickensian London onsite exhibition) for later in the year. We will try to change the date of the Walking Tour for the same weekday and time but for a different month in the Autumn/Winter, subject to availability. Given that no-one knows how long it will be until public events will resume, we may need to reschedule again at a later date. You can, of course, request a refund directly via the Eventbrite page if you no longer wish to attend. 

In the meantime, you can watch the video we created for both the onsite and online exhibition: 'Dickens's London Legacy with Lucinda Dickens-Hawksley'. This features additional places that, due to time and distance, are not included on the Walking Tour (with one exception, the Hospital for Sick Children, now known as Great Ormond Street Hospital).

Finally, we hope you are keeping well and safe and we look forward to meeting you at the walking tour when the time is right.

Kind regards,

Senate House Library Events 

logo

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Event information

Charles Dickens's great-great-great granddaughter, Lucinda Dickens-Hawksley, takes you on a guided tour of Dickens-related locations in and around the Bloomsbury area of London.

£4 per person (booking required - online payment only) 

https://dickenswalkingtour.eventbrite.co.uk

The tour will last no more than 2 hours in total. 

Start & End point (unless otherwise stated): Senate House - Ground Floor reception  

**Important note** - This event involves walking to several sites in the Bloomsbury area so please wear practical footwear and be mindful of traffic and other pedestrians on the way.

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