Saturday, 22 April 2017

#London Walks – #LondonRuns - A First Review For The NEW Jogging Tours With LW's @hallett_g


LW's Andy Hallett writes…

As reported on Twitter yesterday, I staged a "dress rehearsal" for my new early morning guided tours for runners. It went really well…




Michele even came back with a review! She wrote…

"Great fun this morning trying out a new London Walks offering, a guided run tour. Super fun and a great way to shake off jet lag."






The first run is from affluent, fashionable Holland Park and Kensington to The Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park, Speakers Corner and Marble Arch. Meet me just outside Holland Park Tube station at 7.15 am on May 4th. Here's the route we'll be following…





For more details on my London Runs tours go to www.walks.com/our-walks/london-walks-runs



About Your Guide…


Andrew

Andrew is "the Queen Mum's favourite". Or, in the words of the Evening Standard, "a class act". Astrikingly talentedyoung actor – and budding historian – he received rave reviews for his one-man show, "George VI in Heaven". Andrew is good company: laid back, friendly, fun, at ease with himself and his walkers and his handsome, historic old patch. Add to the mix the fact that he's completely in command of his material and you've got a great walk fronted by a very gifted young guide.


About Andrew's Guided Running Tours…


London 5Km morning runs with guided commentary. Beautiful scenic routes taking in some of central London’s most historical landmark buildings, stunning vistas and Royal parks. We will be using an app which you will need to download to hear crystal clear commentary as you run. Smart phone and headphones required.

There will be four London Runs over the summer, each will be on a Thursday and will meet at the designated tube station at 7:15am. The first run will take place on May 4th meeting place Holloway Park tube station, the second June 8th meeting place Hyde Park Corner (exit 1), the third July 6th meeting place Temple tube station and the final run August 3rd meeting place Barbican Tube Station.
You will need to download the Zello app to your smart phone from your app store to hear the commentary. (See below for more details).
The cost of the run £10 adults, £8 students, over 65’s and discount holders + data usage on your smart phone. (No more than £1:50 if pay as you go, free if you have unlimited data allowance).

You will need a smart phone and any standard ear phones/headphones. Download the free app Zello (www.zello.com) from your app store it’s available on Apple, Android, Windows and Blackberry. Set up your account with a username. It will take 2 minutes. We have set up a designated running channel called ‘London runs’, our account is ‘LondonWalksA’. You can either search or find the channel before we start or I will show you how to find it when you arrive. I will then give you the password and bingo we are all hooked up together in our own private group channel.



A London Walk costs £10 – £8 concession. To join a London Walk, simply meet your guide at the designated tube station at the appointed time. Details of all London Walks can be found at www.walks.com.



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