London and the War of the Roses Walk

The War of the Roses Walk went very well - the key being to make it a portrait of London during the War of the Roses rather than a narrative of the War itself.

Much room for improvement - it needs more site specific research and need a war to intergrate the events of the War better but otherwise I really enjoyed the research and improvising on my existing Medieval knowledge.

The Route was:

Newgate St
Paternoster Square
St Pauls Cross
St Pauls
Ludgate
Creed Lane
Carter Street
Baynards Castle
St Andrews by the Wardrobe
Blackfriars
Apothecaries Hall
Heralds - site of Derby House
College Hill
Dowgate Hill
Steelyard
Walbrook
Bucklesbury
Poultry
Old Jewry
Ironmonger Lane
Guildhall


St Michael's Paternoster

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