Look Up London, London history blog and walking tour company wins national award celebrating excellence in content creation.
In the UK Blog Awards 2018 Look Up London won Arts and Culture Blog of the year at the Ceremony held on Friday 20 April 2018 at The Mariott Hotel, Grosvenor Square.
“I’m absolutely thrilled that Look Up London has won the best arts and culture blog. It’s a huge win for everyone that cares about London history and is – like me – constantly inspired by the hidden history of our great city.” – Katie Wignall, Founder of Look Up London
Now celebrating its 4th year, the UK Blog Awards exist to celebrate universal content excellence. In a variety of categories from parenting and beauty, to activism and fashion, the awards recognised blogs run by individuals and businesses.
“The mission of The UK Blog Awards is to recognise the unique and resonant nature of the Internet community – from bloggers to Social Influencers and through organisations and individual creators. The UK Blog Awards is the most prestigious, and the only, multi-industry awards honouring online excellence.” – UK Blog Awards Mission Statement
About Look Up London
Look Up London began as a blog in 2013 but since then, founder Katie Wignall has run walking tours in search of the London history hiding above your eyeline.
Specialising in London walks for those that want to discover the real London, the scheduled tours usually attract Londoners who want to get to know their home better as well as travellers who want to get under the skin of this great city.
Look Up London as a blog is about discovering things you’ve never noticed before, taking a moment to raise your eyes above your phone and see what you can spot.
The blog features details of the hidden details of London history. An unnoticed plaque, a strange sculpture or an architectural flourish which unearths the history of the area you’re in. As well as these details Katie writes about tours inside inspiring historic buildings and trips to unusual museums, bringing exposure to London’s lesser known heritage hotspots. Find out more | Follow on Facebook