Walk 2. East and South of Heath Street: Discover where the great, the good, the famous and the infamous lived in Hampstead.

Discover where some of Hampstead’s most famous residents lived and worked with Blue Badge Guide Julia Male. She leads the first of two different walks through Hampstead Village in search of English Heritage blue plaques and the black oval plaques of the Society. Over the two walks you will find the homes of, amongst others, French war time leader General de Gaulle , first Labour Party Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald, Romantic Painter John Constable and  Society painter George Romney, pioneer for womens’ rights Marie Stopes, the writer of Rebecca: Daphne Du Maurier, and The Forsyte Saga: John Galsworthy, and the architect of St Pancras Station and The Albert Memorial: Sir George Gilbert Scott.

This walk covers the area east and south of Heath Street.

Cost of walk £10 per person, group sizes strictly limited.

To reserve your place(s), please email: frankaharding@btinternet.com, and send a cheque for £10 per person payable to The Heath & Hampstead Society, to: Frank Harding, 11 Pilgrim’s Lane NW3 1SJ

Please include your name, address, telephone number and email address, and day and time of walk(s).

Saturday 12 May, 2018 at 2:30 pm

The walk leader is: Julia Male
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Meeting Point:
Hampstead tube station at 2:30 pm
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