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Peckham Rye, Peckham, London, UK
Where William Blake, at the age of eight, saw a vision of a tree 'filled with angels'.
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28 Poland Street, Soho, London, UK
The site where William Blake and his wife Catherine lived for five years, where he developed his revolutionary printmaking technique.
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St. James's Church, Piccadilly, London, UK
The Wren church where William Blake was Christened on Sunday, 11th December 1757.
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31 Great Queen Street, Covent Garden, London, UK
The site of the engraver James Basire's workshop, where William Blake was apprenticed, 1772-1779.
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Perpetuity
Carrie Dunne, @CjdHerts, is a retired teacher, science/maths tutor and teacher trainer for 3-16 age ranges. She also wrote science and maths books for primary school teachers.
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Summer in Sannomachi
Runner-up in the Wicked Young Writer Awards, Laurence Sullivan’s creative writing has appeared in such places as: Londonist, The List and NHK-World. 
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Tunnel to Another Time
Amanda Tuke @suburbanwilduk lives and writes about nature and nature-watching in the wilds of South London by a remnant of ancient woodland.
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The Spell is Broken
Paul Chown is 52, and lives with his wife in South London. His flash fiction story Black Talbot was published in the anthology Another 100 Little Horrors.
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Hidden Gem
Mel Davies is a yoga, meditation teacher and health coach. Observing and reflecting is a regular pastime. She is currently writing her first book. She can be contacted through www.naturalhealthwithmel.co.uk 
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Rocky Bay
Andrew Anderson is a civil servant from Bathgate, Scotland, writing fiction in his limited spare time—he can be found on Twitter: @soorploom
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Capel Cwmorthin: what remains in high places
Ruth Bradshaw writes short stories and creative non-fiction and recently completed an MA in Wild Writing at the University of Essex. 
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All Change
Pennie Hedge (@PennieHedge) is a conservation volunteer with London Wildlife Trust in Sydenham Hill Woods.
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Tolworth Treasure
Alison Fure has spent 22 years working as an ecologist and taking the public on wonderful walks from wildlife, wassails and more recently, Soundwalks.
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Bonnington Square, Vauxhall, London, UK
Andrew Stuck is the founder of the Museum of Walking that devises creative and entertaining experiences on foot in which participants explore local neighbourhoods.
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The Adelphi Theatre, Strand, London, UK
Mitch Feral is an author and performer who performs regularly as musical hall artiste Tommy Parsons, 'The Cockney Sparrer'. You can find him at www.mitchferal.com
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The Coal Hole, Strand, London, UK
Mitch Feral is an author and performer who performs regularly as musical hall artiste Tommy Parsons, 'The Cockney Sparrer'. You can find him at www.mitchferal.com
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Cleopatra's Needle, London, UK
James Hooper is Placecloud's Head of Partnerships. He is also UK director of the Global Heritage Fund and founder of Historic Productions.
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Skyspace, Craiganour Estate, Scotland, UK
Tom Fair is a freelance copywriter based in the Cotswolds. He has two cats, one son and one wife and frequently forgets how much he enjoys walking despite the fact he is surrounded by beautiful countryside. When he does remember he finds it a deeply relaxing and meditative process. 
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St Michael's Church, Manafon, Wales, UK
George Fort is an amateur placecaster and founder of Placecloud
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Savoy Steps, Savoy Hotel, London, UK
Andy Williamson is an author and historian with a passion for grand hotels and the golden age of travel. 
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The Savoy Theatre, Savoy Court, London, UK
Andy Williamson is an author and historian with a passion for grand hotels and the golden age of travel. 
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Leckhampton House, 37 Grange Road, Cambridge, UK
George Morris is a PhD student in Modern British History at Cambridge University.
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Morley College, Lambeth, London, UK
David Tootill is a mosaicist and founder of London School of Mosaic who has been involved in community art projects in the Southbank area since 2004.
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Ethelm House, Waterloo, Lambeth, London, UK
David Tootill is a mosaicist and founder of London School of Mosaic who has been involved in community art projects in the Southbank area since 2004.
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