I can offer "off-the-peg" tours and also "tailor-made" tours.
Off the peg tours
These are tours which have a set pattern and price and where the available dates can be seen on a calendar. With a few clicks, you are booked. Look for the orange button on this page which says: “VIEW & BOOK an off-the-peg Tour”. Payment can be made by credit card and you can book online or phone.
Tailor-made tours, talks and presentations
These are events where you nominate your own date and time, itinerary and theme; you can discuss with me what you want to see and how you want your event to run. If this is what you would like, please use click on the green “Enquiry Form” button below.
Below is a selection of the most popular tours – this is not everything I do though!
Guided walk in Windsor click here for photos
What you see: Windsor Castle (from the outside), the Guildhall and the old town surrounding it, the riverside, train station, Batchelor’s Acre and the Long Walk. I will recommend good places to eat and shop and give you the feel of the town from a local’s point of view.
Guided walk in Windsor Castle click here for photos
What you’ll see: the Lower Ward, the Grace and Favour houses of the Military Knights, the parade ground, St George’s Chapel, the exterior of the Queen’s Apartments, the North Terrace with views over to Eton, the Round Tower and its surrounding moat. The commentary includes the story of the castle’s history.
Please purchase your Windsor Castle tickets beforehand.
Guided walk in Henley-on-Thames click here for photos
See and learn about the following attractions: Falaise Square and the Town Hall, the parish church and almshouses, the riverside, the theatre and the old brewery and many beautiful listed buildings and former coaching inns.
Guided walk in Henley-on-Thames with focus on Midsomer Murders
What you see: Falaise Square (with emphasis on 3 particular buildings where filming has been carried out), the parish church and almshouses, the riverside (where “Dead in the water” was filmed), the theatre and the old brewery. I will recommend good places to eat and shop (including a pub where filming has been carried out) and give you a feel of the town from a local’s point of view.
A walk with a crafting experience click here to see available dates and book
This is a guided walk with a difference! Get to grips with the history of Marlow during a stroll around the town centre, then learn about its association with the amazing skill of lace making. At the end of the walk, enjoy a cream tea in a local pub and have a hands-on lace-making experience!
A walk followed by a chance to “play the detective” click here to see available dates and book
To all would-be detectives! Enjoy a walking tour of a famous Midsomer County filming location, then adjourn to a local pub for lunch or a cream tea where you can pit your skills against the local detectives to discover the identity of a dastardly criminal on the loose!
Guided walk in Marlow click here for photos
What you see: All Saints parish church, Marlow Bridge, the riverside and Court Gardens with its statue of Sir Steve Redgrave, Remnants and the house of Shelley, St Peter’s Street and Marlow Place. I will recommend good places to eat and shop and give you a feel of the town from a local’s point of view.
Guided walk in Dorchester-on-Thames click here for photos
What you see: the high street with its beautiful old houses and coaching inns, Dorchester Abbey, museum and gardens. I will recommend good places to eat and give you a feel of the village.
Guided walk in Dorchester-on-Thames with a focus on Midsomer Murders
What you see: the high street with its beautiful old coaching inns, where the film crew have filmed on many occasions, Dorchester Abbey which was used for filming “Master Class” and its museum (where there is a small exhibition on filming Midsomer Murders) and gardens. I will recommend good places to eat and give you a feel of the village.
Guided walking tour in Oxford click here for photos
What you see: views of Christ Church College, Carfax, the covered market, the botanical gardens, Magdalen College, Radcliffe Camera, the Bodleian Library, Brasenose & Balliol Colleges. I will recommend good places to eat and give you a feel of the town.