Photo: John Binns
Mike Higginbottom offers group heritage walks in locations that he knows particularly well. Each tour is tailor-made to cater for the background interests of participants and lasts up to two hours.
People with sensory or other physical limitations are very welcome, but to participate fully guests need to be able to walk and stand in and out of doors for up to 90 minutes at a time
Stout footwear and outdoor clothing are recommended|
Maximum group-size is twenty-five, and the lump sum charge for the entire group can include admissions and refreshments.
An exploration of Liverpool’s river front, starting at Birkenhead Hamilton Square Station and including a trip on the Mersey Ferry and lunch at the Atlantic Tower Hotel, ending at Lime Street Station.
An opportunity to see Sheffield’s most ornate and best-preserved suburban cinema, built to accommodate variety performances and incorporating a billiard hall and ballroom, now at the beginning of a restoration programme to return it to its original condition.
This two-hour history walk, starting and finishing at the Attercliffe Supertram stop, shows the streets and surviving buildings of Sheffield’s working-class East End, including the Catholic Church of St Charles Borromeo and the Zion Graveyard, with an optional refreshment stop at the former Attercliffe Free Library, now a coffee shop and bar. https://www.mikehigginbottominterestingtimes.co.uk/?page_id=8995