Daniel Defoe and William Blake are buried with 120,000 others in Bunhill Fields, a central London cemetery, in use from 1665 until 1854. It's now a park, but memorials and over 200 headstones remain - so take a guided walk today and discover the secrets of the site and the stories of the people buried here. Tours begin from the attendant's hut at the centre of the burial ground at 12.30pm. (Nearest tube: Old Street)
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