Another fun-filled day in London! (there were a lot of them, and all of them were fun-filled!)
We began today’s tour with a visit to a hidden oasis; St Dunstan in the East.
The church was first built here in Saxon times, restored by St Dunstan in 950 AD, and then rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire in 1697. (It’s around the corner from The Monument of the same fire.) The garden you see now was laid out following severe damage in the blitz. Would you like to know more?