These are the 25 wards of the City of London, administrative districts of medieval origin with an electoral function. They varygreatly in size and shape, the largest being those once outside the city walls. Each elects one alderman and a number of councilmen commensurate with their resident and working population. They're also all within walking distance of home, which is useful should limited horizons remain a feature of our future. Many of them have cracking names.
I haven't enlisted my jamjar this time, simply numbered the wards alphabetically and used a random number generator. I used it on Sunday morning when the streets were quieter and the weather brighter, so I already know where I'm going, indeed I've already been. I'll bring you my report tomorrow, and then let's see if I can ever be bothered to go random warding again.