Historian Paul Sinclair leads Walk 7 in the Docks: Deptford

From Tudor dockyards to Russian kings as vandals for tenants. From Christopher Marlowe's disastrous day out in Deptford to the nursery that paved the way for all our own early years in school. The church tower essential in medieval times for navigation still with us, the site of hell of a battle in those days and how you can spot a Burton's the tailor's shop.
if you're lucky, you'll spot the biggest snail you've ever seen in the high street food shops.

Meet 10.45 in The Drip 47 Deptford Bridge then 11.15 first stop Deptford Bridge station on the DLR.

My number is 07815009191.

All this and lunch too.

How to find us

A large and cheery crowd.

Event Date Fri 08-11-2019 1:00 pm
Event End Date Fri 08-11-2019 3:00 pm
Capacity Unlimited
Registered 0
Individual Price £10.00
Hosted By Paul Sinclair
Meeting Place Location The Drip Deptford
Categories DAY EVENTS, History, Walk
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