Wonderful Women of Kemptown – Guided Walks July and August!

KT flyer

So the flyer says ‘notorious’, but the women of Kemptown are pretty wonderful too.  The first British woman to swim the Channel, the first (and, surely, the only) woman to be awarded a blue plaque for services to witchcraft, a woman who changed the way we shop and one of Britain’s top female novelists who managed to be a rip-roaring success without ever giving an interview, what’s not to love?  On Saturday morning 20th July and Tuesday evening 6th August, I’ll be holding guided walks around this lovely area, looking at the buildings and streets with links to these woman and more.  Both walks fully accessible and lasting around 90 minutes.  Start point outside St George’s Church, 93 St George’s Road, Brighton, BN2 1ED (below).  We’ll wind things down on Lewes Crescent.  Cost £8/£7 per person.

More details:

Saturday 20th July, 10.30 a.m

Tuesday 6th August 6.30 p.m

If you’re interested in joining me email me at historywomenbrighton@outlook.com or call 07758 296563

st georges church KT

 

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