Come and meet Santa in his Victorian grotto

By peter strafford on 16 Dec 2011

I know you have all been waiting for him so I won’t make you wait any longer. After a great deal of effort we have managed to secure an interview with perhaps the most busy man around Xmas (plus his helpers, our Victorian photographer and the mystic Gypsy lady) , of course its our Santa. Welcome Santa, are you ready for this year? Of course, I am looking forward to making all the children around the whole world have a special day and seeing the joy on their faces when they open their presents. That’s great news to hear Santa. […]

Another opportunity to visit the 'finest Roman remains in London'

By john joyce on 13 Sep 2011

Walking along Lower Thames Street in the City of London few people probably realise that some of Roman London’s best remains lie hidden beneath their feet. The Billingsgate Roman house and baths was first discovered in 1848. Today its remains lie under the buildings at 101 Lower Thames Street and are not generally open to the public. As part of the Festival of British Archaeology, the Billingsgate Roman House and Baths was open to the public on Saturday 23 July and proved so popular that to support Open House London there is another chance to visit the site on Saturday 17 […]