I write features for magazines, newspapers and online publications as well as copywriting and books. I try to keep a tab of it all here...
By Sandra Lawrence, Oct 26 2015 10:30PM
British Heritage is out today. My column visits Simpsons in the City, the Philpot Lane mice, the Churchill War Rooms, the Kirkaldy Testing Museum, the Greenwich Fan Museum and takes a tour of Wolf Hall sites with London and UK Taxi Tours.
Elsewhere I have a six-page feature on Thomas Coram and the Foundling Museum
By Sandra Lawrence, Oct 26 2015 10:21PM
British Heritage magazine's got a section for my column now, complete with (rather unflattering!) photo-byline... Hence no image for this entry...
By Sandra Lawrence, Oct 26 2015 10:11PM
British Heritage is out today, with my feature on Pepys's London, a joy to research and write. In my column I discuss the Churchill War Rooms, The V&A's newly restored Weston Cast Court, Elvis at the O2, the Cutty Sark pub and Rainham Hall.
By Sandra Lawrence, Oct 26 2015 09:55PM
This month's British Heritage is out today. In my column I discuss the newly-opened ramparts at the Tower of London, the joys of St Dunstans, the Gardeners' Church, Bourne and Hollingsworth Buildings, and the glorious Severndroog Castle.
Elsewhere, I've written a feature on the hedgerows of Britain, glorious, ancient and mysterious...
By Sandra Lawrence, Oct 26 2015 09:21PM
British Heritage this month is a colourful affair. In my usual London column, I discuss Shakespeare in Love, the Thames River Police museum, Veeraswamy restaurant, Blood Swept Land and Seas of Red at the Tower and the Epsom Salt Well.
Elsewhere I have features on the history of British Chocolate and a survival guide to the Proms.
By Sandra Lawrence, Oct 26 2015 09:11PM
September 1st, 2014
Wow - I'm a cover girl!
As well as my regular column, where I've written about Hampton Court's Salacious Gossip tours, the Chelsea Flower Show, Greenwich Brasserie, Afternoon tea at the Houses of Parliament and the fabulous London Dreamtime, I also wrote a feature about Elizabeth Bennet's fictitious tour of Derbyshire Peaks - then starred in it, with photos by Paul Lindus.