The Good and Not-so-Good of Warwick

Saturday 2 October
Meet at Warwick Visitor Information Centre, Jury Street
10.30am - SOLD OUT!
2.30pm - Extra walk added due to popular demand - SOLD OUT! 

Join professional Blue Badge Guide Graham Sutherland for a gently-paced guided walk around Warwick to see where some of the good and not-so-good left their mark on the town. 

Starting with tales of fraud at the Court House, along the way we will meet characters such as Robert Dudley, turbulent priest Arthur Savage Wade and writers including Mark Twain, John Masefield, Sabine Baring-Gould and Victoria Eleanor Doorly. Visit the places where A Christmas CarolDr Who and Dangerfield were filmed. See where the notorious 1832 riots took place, encouraged by the Earl of Warwick. And hear about the court case which resulted in the last Trial by Battel challenge in England.

Lasting approximately 1½ - 1¾ hours, this tour is suitable for all, with only one step (in addition to kerb stones) to negotiate.

There are limited places available for this walk. Please book in advance through the Box Office on 01926 33 44 18

Tickets £8.00

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