LEG is an acronym for London Explorers Group, an organisation I set up in 2004 and which I now run.
LEG's mission is to provide Londoners with opportunities to explore their city, learn about its history and heritage and find out about what's going on in the capital today in terms of development, regeneration and infrastructure renewal.
Every month LEG runs a walk exploring a different part
of London, repeating the walk six times – four
times during the week and twice at weekends –
to give people maximum choice. From time to time there
are specialist walks looking in more detail at particular
aspects of contemporary and historic London, for example
modern architecture or historic gardens.
LEG also organises occasional visits in the capital and trips further afield, both in the UK and overseas. Recent tours include York & Castle Howard in England and Bologna and Verona in Italy.
Visit the LEG website to find out more.