Join Mosaic Walks on Sunday 1st March for this, the fourth in a series of five jolly interesting walks in London, from the once cosmopolitan, now sleazy, Soho to the once aristocratic, now just disgustingly rich, Mayfair.
Hear about the Great Beer Disaster of 1814 and why you must not run or whistle in Burlington Arcade; see the street where the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York were mugged! The walk concludes with lunch (optional) at a Turkish restaurant in Shepherds Market, the heart of Mayfair.
Numbers are limited for this Sunday morning walk, so please contact us as soon as possible. There is no fee for this walk, but a suggested donation of £5 per person to a Synagogue charity would be appreciated.
Disclaimer: We hope you will enjoy taking part in Walk 39, but please remember that everyone takes part at their own risk and that Mosaic and its representatives are not responsible for any injuries, loss or damage that may occur during the walk.