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02 October 2019St Pancras and King's Cross, London: "A Discovery".
17 June 2019Royal Holloway, University of London, and Runnymede.
20 May 2019Guildhall and Cutlers' Hall, City of London
17 October 2018Isle of Dogs including West India Dock, Limehouse Museum and Canary Wharf
25 July 2018Sissinghurst and Scotney Castle
18 April 2018Fishbourne Roman Villa and Petworth
11 October 2017London Walking Tour, ’Romans to Rogers’ walk: 2000 years of City History
12 July 2017Gilbert White’s House & Chawton; home of Jane Austen
19 April 2017Salisbury: Arundells, Home of Edward Heath, and Mompesson House.
02 November 2016Pallant House Gallery and Chichester Cathedral
08 June 2016Hatfield House and Gardens
20 April 2016Kew House and Kew Gardens
07 October 2015A London Walking Tour of Wren's Churches
18 June 2015Charleston House And Farley Farm House
15 April 2015Nuffield Place & Grey's Court, London
01 October 2014Walking Tour of Cambridge and Fitzwilliam Museum
11 June 2014Brighton Pavilion
05 March 2014Bletchley Park and the Code-breakers of WW2

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St Pancras and King's Cross, London: "A Discovery".
Wednesday 02 October 2019

Guided tour led by Andrew Davies, who led our recent visit to the Isle of Dogs. We begin by exploring these two magnificent but very different stations​: austere and classical​ King’s Cross contrasted with the exuberantly Gothic St. Pancras. We see the statues (including for example John Betjeman), Platform 9 3/4 and the new squares. In the afternoon we explore the transformed former railway lands, now a mix of striking modern architecture, converted Victorian industrial buildings and public spaces. They are used for world-leading research labs, an arts university, commercial offices, shops, restaurants and recreation. We go inside a Victorian granary, coal-drops, enjoy the garden inside an old gasholder, stroll along the canal, pop into the splendid Visitors' Centre and end at the fine nineteenth-century former German gymnasium. 

We will  travel by coach from Camberley, leaving at 9.00am from Knoll Road. We plan to arrive at about 10.45 with an opportunity for coffee and loos, take a lunch break (lunch not included) at about 1.00 and leave by about 4.15. The estimated walking distance is 300 yards in the morning and 750 yards in the afternoon. We will be given maps and handouts.

Our last tour to London sold out quickly so make sure you get your tickets early! They will be on sale at our July and September meetings but you can pre-book now! Just speak to Diana Lummis or Liz Carrington, phone Sheena Cowell on 01276 514572 or email info@theartssocietycamberley.org.uk. Tickets are £39 and we accept payment by bank transfer, cheque or cash.