Monday, 24 June 2019

The Monday Photoblog… Wimbledon Off-Season

DC Editor Adam Scott-Goulding writes…

Monday is ALMOST mute here on The Daily Constitutional. I always launch the week with a few London photos, grouped on a theme or neighbourhood.

This week: A few shots from Wimbledon as we don't see it on the TV - off-season, in the dead of winter.

I snapped these pics a few years back on a visit to the fantastic All England Club Lawn Tennis Museum.

Wimbledon begins next Monday 1st July 2019…

I could look at that scoreboard all day long

Statue of the last ENGLISHMAN to win Wimbledon

The postcode that means Tennis

Wimbledon Windmill, where Baden Powell wrote parts of Scouting For Boys

Wimbledon village in her winter plumage

The Monday Photoblog will return next week. In the meantime, if you'd like to share a London photo with me, please do! Perhaps you joined me on a tour and snapped a great shot. Drop me a line.

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Sunday, 23 June 2019

Adam's London Walks Tours for the Week Ahead 24th - 30th June 2019

All the scheduled public tours led by Adam Scott-Goulding for the famous London Walks company in the coming week.

Tours last 2 hours and cost £10 for adults, £8 for students & seniors. 

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Bookings are handled via our online shop Pay A Tour. There are NO booking fees.

A Village In Piccadilly

Monday 24th June

Meet at Piccadilly Circus tube (by Eros) 2.30pm

Fancy shops and royal traditions…

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London Horror Story

Tuesday 25th June 2019

Meet at St Paul's tube 7.30pm

Ghosts, murder and mayhem - 2,000 years of dark history

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The Rock'n'Roll London Pub Walk with LIVE Music

A rock & pop history tour with LIVE music from your guide

Wednesday 26th June

Meet at Tottenham Court Road Tube (exit 1) 7pm

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Friday, 21 June 2019

A Busy London Day From West To East

Adam writes…

Midsummer Day 2019 has been a great London day to be a tour guide.

It began with The Changing of the Guard in the company of some German students…

My footage is not the best, but the music is spectacular. The Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas, Nepal's finest, playing Scotland the Brave at double march time.

The day ended on an open top bus with a Midsummer Night's sunset over Shoreditch

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Wednesday, 19 June 2019

The Triple

DC Editor Adam writes…

I'm out & about leading THREE London Walks tours tomorrow.

It's a big day for step counting.

Here are the totals…

Inside Covent Garden (10:00am Covent Garden tube)

Old Kensington (2pm High Street Kensington tube)

Jack the Ripper (7:30pm Tower Hill tube - by the tram)

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Inside Covent Garden

Thursday 6th & 20th June

Meet at Covent Garden Tube 10.00a.m

The West End revealed - looking beyond the shops and chain cafés to the rich history of London's playground. Where possible, we'll take in a few interiors, too.

Tour ends in Trafalgar Square

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Old Kensington

Thursdays 6th & 20th June 2019
Meet at High Street Kensington tube

A walking tour of London's royal village…

Jack the Ripper

Thursdays 6th & 20th June

Meet at Tower Hill Tube by the tram 7.30pm

The word's most enduring crime story – social history, conspiracy and gruesome murder make for an intense night.

Tour ends at Spitalfields Market near Liverpool Street station.

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Ascot In Numbers

Karen Pierce-Goulding writes…

It was a bit of a bunfight getting in to Windsor Castle on Monday morning this week –  on the first day of the races at Royal Ascot. 

It reminded me of the inimitable Alan Jay Lerner’s take on the English Aristocracy in My Fair Lady 🎼 What a smashing, positively dashing spectacle the Ascot Opening Day! 🎼

Here’s a round-up of Ascot in numbers…

Something in the region of 279,000 people will attend Royal Ascot

Ascot has more private boxes that any other sporting facility in Europe – 222

330 Chefs will be on duty

The Bar Bill:

51,000 bottles of champagne
125,000 glasses of Pimms
174,000 pints of beer

Which will be mopped up by…

5,000 kilos of salmon
7000 Cornish and Folkestone crabs
2,900 lobsters
2,400 kilos of beef sirloin
3,700 rumps of English lamb
10,000 Angus steaks.


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