Digging deep around London's streets!

Welcome to Ade4London

Welcome to Ade4London. A portal into the ‘rabbit hole’ of London’s real hidden history. Rather than confine myself to a certain district, subject etc, I have decided that my ‘unique selling point’ is in the randomness of choice of daily blog posts.

My daily rambling will dig down deeper than most, my ebooks will enticingly elevate your knowledge of London’s ancient past, my videos will vociferously voice our venerable city’s stories, and my podcasts will prick up the ears of any partisan passerby.

There are different ways to access content on the site. Hit the subscribe button to receive a ‘daily random rambling’ into a fascinating exploration of an event, structure, street, or person that has shaped our unique city, or follow the link to Amazon Kindle to easily purchase one of my ridiculously inexpensive books that are packed full of random musings on London’s multilayered existence.

You will also soon be able to access short videos on Youtube filmed around town, some using Google Earth and Street View footage, with pictures and maps, and podcasts will also be shortly added, for your audible pleasure.

It would be great if you can join me in one of my absolute passions, that is researching deep into the most amazing city on earth, my hometown, London. I hope you will find my ramblings as interesting to read, as I do writing them.

Many cheers

Ade Bloke

Join Ade4London

Hi there, click on the button below to find out more about becoming a member of Ade4London.

Subscribe for only £5 per month, and receive daily pieces on the “real hidden London”

It’s going to be pretty fascinating stuff, I’ll tell ya that!

Bits & pieces

This is the section where I offer little bits of information to entice you, the lovely reader, to sign up to the subscription page. 

There’ll be updates on strolls around town, a few free ramblings, new video news, and in the near future, podcast availability.

Hit the button below to find out more about Ade4London.

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