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Explore the landscape so familiar to George Bernard Shaw. You’ll travel along the Hertfordshire Way to the River Lea. Following the river, you
will head back to Ayot St Lawrence. We shall be joined by Peter Briercliffe, historian, as guest walker.
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) was a playwright, activist and critic. Born in Ireland, he moved to London in 1876 becoming a member of the Fabian Society and the famed playwright of Arms and the Man (1894) and Man and Superman (1903).
Along with Bob Dylan he remains the only winner of both an Oscar and a Nobel Prize . He settled in Hertfordshire in 1906, making it his
home for over 40 years.
It is part of the British Schools Museum's Dreamers, Radicals & Satirists season. The ticket includes £1 off an entry ticket to the museum (T&Cs apply).
Children must be accompanied by an adult. The walk is 6 miles across country with some minor road walking. The terrain is fairly easy and we shall meet up at Pegsdon at 10am and anticipate finishing by 1pm. Joining instructions will be sent before the walk.