If you're a regular reader of this blog, you've probably noticed a few times that I've visited places thanks to London Historians. This friendly, diverse society for everyone interested in the capital's history is celebrating its fifth birthday today. There's even a very good offer for new members until midnight tonight (Wednesday).
I'd recommend membership very highly - and to encourage you, here are some of the posts inspired by my own activities as a member:
Crossrail's Liverpool Street archaeological dig.
A walk through the Woolwich Foot Tunnel on its centenary.
A night-time visit to the Tower of London.
And a trip out of London, to Compton - home of the studio and gallery of GF Watts (founder of the Postman's Park memorial) and the amazing cemetery chapel by his wife Mary Seton Fraser Tytler.