Janice Liverseidge

Profile updated 5/12/19

Regional Qualification(s):

London

Language(s):

English

Phone Number(s):

07780-685011, 020 72628858

Website:

http://

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Introduction:

Janice loves sharing London with visitors guiding them on walks and tours of famous landmark buildings and the more quirky and lesser known areas of King's Cross regeneration, Shoreditch & Spitalfields, Bermondsey, Bloomsbury, Literary London, Sherlock Holmes, Detectives and Spies in Marylebone and throughout the capital, medical London links. 2020 will be special with 200th anniversary of birth of Florence Nightingale and 160 years since Charles Dickens died - and she has developed specialist tours on these topics for visitors.
Janice lives in central London and has worked in publishing, advertising, healthcare and tourism and is a Freeman of City of London, married in the City, now living in Marylebone. (West Central London) She worked with a wide range of medical and healthcare professionals for over 15 years as a Director of the Royal Society of Medicine and studied for the Society of Apothecaries' Diploma in the History of Medicine.
Because of her professional career Janice has developed a unique in depth knowledge in the history of medicine and this has been enhanced by living close to the Harley Street Medical area and previously near to London’s oldest existing hospital St Barts. As Janice has lived in different architectural areas of the Capital - from the 60s Brutalism of The Barbican, to the world of literature and learning in Bloomsbury with Georgian 18C and Victorian 19C London, more recently she has developed architectural tours within these areas including the very latest 21C development of Kings Cross for work, study and living. Her professional career and personal experiences of living in central London means Janice can share her extensive knowledge and bring this to life in a vital and engaging way for visitors .
She is also a trustee of two charities - the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund and the London Handel Festival.

Personal Interests:

London Museums including the lesser known ones
Walking tours including medicine & healthcare
Handel and Choral London connections
Marylebone and central London areas
Kings Cross regeneration
WI London day tours
Medical London
Georgian London
Foodie walking and eating tours

Special Interests:

Architecture

2000 years of buildings in one city - from the ancient to the modern. Discover amazing changes underway in Kings Cross Regeneration area.

Churches & Cathedrals

London hosts a marvellous collection of religious buildings with great history attached to them. Lesser known churches including 1711 50 new churches a specialty.

Food & Drink

London challenges any city in the world for its range of cuisine to eat and purchase. Find out about London's lesser known markets and shops in local areas.

Walking Tours

If you want to discover the real London pack your shoes and enjoy a range of walks throughout the capital

Medicine

Learn about Medical Marylebone or Blood, guts death and destruction in the City of London. We weave our way around the capital to find out the history and advances in public health

Literature

Bringing authors and their characters to life on the streets of London - from Sherlock Holmes to Charles Dickens, Jane Austen to Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury set plus lots more

London Areas in Depth

Marylebone, Kings Cross, Fitrzovia, Soho, Bloomsbury, Borough, Southwark, Clerkenwell, The City, Barbican, Chelsea, South Kensington and more

Driver Guide:

No