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Sainsbury's Local (Fetter Lane)
Sainsbury's Local (Fetter Lane)

60 Fetter Lane, London, EC4A 1AA

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Marks and Spencer Simply Food
Marks and Spencer Simply Food

78 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 6HN

0.88km

From easy to prepare antipasti and sticky chicken platters to luxurious prawn dishes and fresh lobster, shop our...Read more

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Sainsbury's Local (Cornhill)
Sainsbury's Local (Cornhill)

62-64 Cornhill, London, EC3V 3PL

1.07km

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Marks and Spencer
Marks and Spencer

168 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 6DE

1.1km

Welcome to the M&S website. Shop clothing, home ... M&S Opticians. Marks and Spencer plc Waterside House, 35 North...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

William Henry Perkin Blue Plaque - Sir William H. Perkin (1838-1907) discovered mauveine, the world’s first synthetic dyestuff, in 1856. He and his brother Thomas produced mauveine from a factory on this site in 1857, and later alizarin, thus laying the foundations of the organic chemicals industry. This replaces a centenary plaque unveiled by Sir R Robinson in 1957.
Anna Laetitia Barbauld Red Plaque - Anna Laetitia Barbauld   1743-1825   Poet and writer   lived in this house   from 1802 and died here
George Grossmith Junior Blue Plaque - George Grossmith 1874-1935 actor-manager lived here
Red Plaque № 41296 - Arbutus Unedo Strawberry Tree Planted in 2014 to celebrate local High Streets. The strawberry tree features on a wallpaper printed by the William Morris Company. Native to the Mediterranean Region it is also found in southern Ireland. The name unedo can be explained as "I eat one", referring to the bitter and mealy taste of the fruit.
Great Exhibition And Crystal Palace Multicoloured Plaque - British Isles & Empire exhibitors 7381    Foreign exhibitors 6556    Number of exhibits over 100,000    Duration of the exhibition 5 ½ months    Visitors 6,039,205    Cheapest ticket 1 shilling
Archibald Hill Blue Plaque - A. V. Hill 1886-1977 Physiologist lived here 1923-1967

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