Alan Fortune is a qualified guide in the City of Westminster and the Borough of Camden. From 2016-19 he was Director of the course which trains guides for the Borough of Camden. He currently leads walks in Ealing, Soho, Fitzrovia, Bloomsbury and, St. Pancras.
Elaine is a City of Westminster Guide, City of London Guide, A Freeman of the City of London and a London Borough of Camden Guide. Having lived in Ealing for over 20 years, she has a passion for helping others discover this fascinating and diverse borough.
Born in Kent but a resident of West London for 25 years, Guy is a London Blue Badge and City of London Guide, with interests varying from City livery companies to rock music. Aside from guiding around London’s most popular sites he also helps lead bi-monthly walks around Hammersmith.
I am an adopted Londoner having lived in Ealing for over 30 years. I love to travel and to find out about places including exploring London. I was lucky enough to discover courses for Guiding and qualified in 2019 as a City of London Green Badge Guide. I am also qualified guide for Camden and Westminster. I am a volunteer at Historic Royal Palaces including as a Guide for the Garden History Tours. I am also a volunteer guide at the Foundling Museum.
Half French and half British, educated in France, Germany and Italy, Carol-Ann finally chose to settle in the UK over 40 years ago.
Her love of diverse peoples and cultures, history and the arts led her to become a V&A guide, qualify as a City of Westminster Tour Guide and lately also volunteer-guide at Pitzhanger Manor in Ealing which has been her home since 2000.
Anthony specialises in London Walks for People Who Love Books. He leads walks in Camden and Westminster which have as their theme the people who create and distribute books such as writers, publishers, printers and booksellers, and the libraries of collectors and institutions. Anthony was educated at Oxford and London Universities and is a Fellow and Trustee of the Society of Antiquaries as well as an active member of numerous book-related organisations including the Bibliographical Society. He speaks French and American English!
Rachel is a qualified Westminster Guide, normally to be found pounding the streets of Central London. As a long-time Ealing resident, she also enjoys her local history.
Instagram is @culturalcapitalwalks
Multi award-winning AbdulMaalik Tailor, a Muslim convert for over 20 years, is Britain's first professionally qualified Muslim Tour Guide. A Londoner from birth and resident of West London for 15 years. He specialises in Muslim heritage in Britain and is the founder of Muslim History Tours, bringing tourists to UK and West London where he has a few tours. He conducts his tours wearing his distinctive Fez hat. He is also involved in research and delivers talks on the local and national Muslim heritage of Britain. Regularly featured by the media, the BBC, Al Jazeera, Guardian, Londonist are a few to name.
I am a born and bred West Londoner with a passion for history that is personal as well as professional. I delight in history’s odd forgotten corners and have guiding experience ranging from the City of London to Kensington Palace and beyond, all of which is topped up by my day job as a secondary school History teacher!
When not haranguing the public of all ages, I particularly enjoy conversation, bookshops, pubs, heavy metal and folk music.
A past resident of Fulham, for almost the last 20 years Paula has been one of London’s iconic Taxi, or Black Cab drivers
As well as holding a Camden tour guides badge, she also holds a Cab guide badge, issued by the Worshipful Company of Hackney Carriage Drivers and does lots of tours of London and beyond in her Taxi.
Chris is a longtime resident of West London and is a City of Westminster and Camden Tour Guide, and a member of Footprints of London. Chris has led walks around Richmond &Twickenham Riverside and he is currently developing a walk around Chiswick with a mainly architectural theme.
Susan was born and bred in Ealing and still lives in the Borough in the lesser known, but historic conservation area of Norwood Green. A love of history led her to become both a Qualified Camden and Westminster Tour guide. Susan has a special interest in social history, and particularly the plight of the 19th century poor. Whilst the poor may have been living in inhumane workhouses, the rich resided in grandeur. Norwood Hall, in Norwood Green, built by the famous architect John Soane, is just a one prime example.