• Walking Tours
  • Coach Tours
  • Talks

We’ll lead groups of any size on entertaining guided town and village tours, taken at a leisurely pace. We allow time for photos and questions and never forget that our clients are out to enjoy themselves! There are two ways you can book us:

Either (1) You can book a block of time - morning, afternoon or evening ….or

(2) You can buy a ticket to join a 1-1.5 hour public walk on a set date and time.



Sunday 18th February 10:30am -12:00 noon Royal Wedding Walk with Debbie Keenan. Meet at Windsor Visitor Information Centre. Cost £10. To book ring: 01753 743585 or visit www.windsorfestival.com.


Every Saturday from 17th March to October 27th 11am-12:15am: Midsomer Murders filming locations walks. Meet at The Argyll Pub, (market place) Henley-on-Thames. Cost £12 on the day or book in advance for discount by visiting www.ticketsource.co.uk/Henley-hosts/events.

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We will join and leave your tour coach at a place of your choosing and give an entertaining commentary over the microphone around your required circuit. If you are in need of advice concerning the best itinerary, we can provide that too.

You can book us for a half day or a full day tour. We will also provide your driver with instructions during the tour.

(For the itinerary planning service we will need to know the coach dimensions and weight).

(Depending upon the joining and leaving points, there may or may not be additional travel expenses).

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We can give 1 hour talks, with or without slides, on the following subjects:

The Ghosts of Windsor

Ramblings/Confessions of a continental tour guide

Learning British Sign Language

Life as a Steward in St. George’s Chapel

“Follow me – I’m right behind you!” The Blue Badge – and studying for it

The county of Berkshire

History of Windsor, Marlow or Henley

History of Windsor Castle

Traditions in the Thames Valley

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People – Bobbie is a volunteer speaker for the charity. (This talk is provided free of charge but with donations to the charity collected at the end of the talk).