Testimonials

If you’ve been on one of my walks and enjoyed it, I’d be really grateful if you could take the time to leave a comment here. Scroll to the bottom of the page and type your comment in the “enter your comment here” box under “leave a reply” and a “post comment” button will appear as you click on the box, simply click that to submit your comment when you are finished.

You can also leave a review on the Footprints of London TripAdvisor page here http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186338-d3742632-Reviews-Footprints_of_London-London_England.html

(please remember to mention my name in the review title!).

Many thanks

Stephen

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Here’s a link to a little poem written by some lovely people from New Addington who came on my Hidden History of Croydon walk on Sunday 19 July 2015:

A THANK YOU FROM THE GOOD PEOPLE OF ST EDWARDS NEW ADDINGTON

19 thoughts on “Testimonials

  1. My Grandparents moved to 70 Sydney Road around 1914 and my father was born there in 1915. I was lead to believe that the roads were called the Apostles by the District Nurses that worked in the area.Have very fond memories of this road.Grandparents were Bertram Wallace Gaston married to Sarah Onions.

    • I lived in Prince George’s avenue and worked in cooks the butchers on Kingston road next to Jones dairy and the world stores in 1950s 07708192652 Sam lavington

  2. Stephen’s tour of Merton was fascinating and I really enjoyed discovering nuggets of information on places I had already visited, while exploring new areas and gleaning new facts. From the estate where Nelson once lived to the tranquility of the village, it is a varied tour with plenty to keep you entertained.

  3. Did Stephen’s Merton walk yesterday, 19th Feb. Really enjoyed it. He is a terrific guide, very knowledgeable and a very friendly person. We were a small group, just 6 so it was a lovely, interesting way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Although I knew bits of the area I learnt a lot. Thanks.

  4. Really interesting walk with Stephen!
    When you go shopping in Oxford street, you don’t really pay attention to the amazing buildings that sorround you. After this walk, we are more conscious about the history behind those buildings and those that made London the city it is today.
    We really recommend this walk, and Stephen that has been an adorable guide.
    Victor and Anna

  5. Just stumbled across this set of pages while searching for the old Trebor factory in West Ham, looking to see if there were any photos of it.

    I grew up around Plaistow and Forest Gate in the sixties and this site brought back a lot of memories. Thanks a lot.

  6. I took a Wednesday afternoon tour with Stephen Benton, focused on Virginia Woolf’s time spent living in Bloomsbury. Stephen walked us through beautiful squares, educating us not only on Virginia Woolf, but the development & history of the area, as well as the buildings themselves. It was time well-spent with lovely people, Stephen possesses a wealth of knowledge, & is a very charming guide. He is also very patient in answering all of one’s questions, of which I had many! I will absolutely be back for more!

  7. Spent a lovely couple of hours on Sunday afternoon having a relaxed guided tour of the City Bridges (Blackfriars, Millenium, Southwark, London and Tower) and some of the interesting historic treasures on the South Bank in the company of Stephen Benton and a small group of interested and interesting people. I learnt a lot and had a lot of fun. The walk wasn’t too long (1.5 to 2 hrs at a leisurely pace). I would strongly recommend it.

  8. Much enjoyed Stephen’s walk from Blackfriars to tower bridge today. Discovered some hidden bits of London I’d never known were there. Was also fascinated by the snippet about civil service buildings’ net curtains. Many thanks

  9. Excellent tour of Bloomsbury. Informative and interesting and thank you for organising such great weather! 🙂

    Looking forward to our next fab Footprints walk.

  10. Thoroughly enjoyed our ‘West End Movie Houses Walk’ today with Stephen Benton. Rather a gloomy day weather-wise, but our guide’s enthusiastic tour of W1’s cinematic past more than made up for the lack of sunshine! We liked the fact that Stephen clearly loves doing what he does… and knows his stuff. What could you ask? Will definitely be back down the M1 for another Footprints tour soon!

  11. Mon 12 Oct. a lovely and fascinating Chelsea literary Walk in beautiful autumn sunshine.
    Thanks Stephen for being so informative on everyone from Oscar Wilde to Bram Stoker, and the rest. Yours, Marcelle and Lorraine

  12. .It is a sheer joy doing walks with Stephen Benton. Not only does he give you a very generous amount of information but he also extends it beyond the allocated area. Simply love following Stephen’s walk.

  13. Excellent tour of the Westminster area – as always, knowledge and enthusiasm make for a great experience. Really good way to add extra interest to familiar landmarks.

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