Profile updated 17/06/19
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As a former member of the Band of the Scots Guards and a professional musician you will appreciate that I am well placed to tell the inside story of London`s pomp and circumstance and of London as an international music centre. Tours on foot cover subjects as diverse as the Beatles, Bethnal Green and the Krays, Royal London, Notting Hill/Portobello Road and many others, just ask!
I have a broad knowledge of both world wars so whether you want to visit one of London`s military museums, the Imperial War Museum, a Blitz themed walk, the Churchill War Rooms or even take a trip out to East Anglia to see some of the many former WW2 8th USAAF airfields, I am happy to discuss your itinerary.
|Military especially the 2nd World War|
|Food & Drink|
|History, countryside, churches|
|Sir Winston Churchill|
|Castles & Palaces||
Windsor Castle, The Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Blenheim Palace, Castle Hedingham, Dover Castle.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
Greenwich Royal Naval Hospital, includes, the National Maritime Museum, Royal observatory and when restored the Cutty Sark. HMS Victory, HMS Warrior.
Coach tours of rural Suffolk, Essex and Hertfordshire.
The Imperial War Museum London and Duxford, HMS Belfast and the Churchill War Rooms. Bletchley Park. National Army Museum.
Former 8th USAAF airfields in East Anglia, the subject of an upcoming HBO mini series `Masters of The Air`, directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks.
RAF Museum Hendon.
Guards and Household Cavalry Museums
Apsley House, once home to the 1st Duke of Wellington, victor at the Battle of Waterloo. Especially relevant in 2015, the bicentenary of Waterloo!
Classical music walks in Marylebone, Mayfair, Soho or Covent Garden.
Royal Acadamy of Music and Royal College of Music museums.
Jack the Ripper, The Krays, medical, classical music, Beatles, The City, South Bank, Greenwich, East London and the Olympics. Central London war memorial tour, Docklands.
|Churches & Cathedrals||
Westminster Abbey, St.Paul`s Cathedral, Ely Cathedral, Winchester Cathedral, Salisbury Cathedral, Lincoln Cathedral, City of London Churches.
|History & Prehistory||
Stonehenge, Hughenden Manor, Hatfield House, Audley End.
|Art/Paintings & Sculpture||
National Gallery, Wallace Collection, Courtauld Collection, Tate Britain.
FTCL. GTCL. ARCM. MITG