All proceeds go to British Red Cross, because my daughter is a Humanitarian Aid worker for the International Red Cross .
Spanning 150 years, learn about some of the pioneers who became England’s first: female doctor, the London Women’s Medical School Dean and a military surgeon.Our walk starts on the steps of St Pancras New church (by statues with ‘tummy tucks’!) and explores the area around UCLH, an area with stunning Victorian and modern buildings dedicated to medical practice.
We will finish in Fitzroy Square.
Along the way we’ll share the stories of women who with fortitude, determination and compassion overcame countless hurdles to become ground-breaking medical professionals.
What better way to while away an hour after lockdown!