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Paxton & Whitfield
Paxton & Whitfield

93 Jermyn Street, London, SW1Y 6JE

0.2km

As Britain's oldest cheesemonger, Paxton & Whitfield prides itself on sourcing and maturing the very best cheeses...Read more

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Lina Stores
Lina Stores

18 Brewer Street, Soho, London, W1F 0SH

0.4km

Lina Stores is an Italian delicatessen in the heart of London's Soho. We import and sell authentic Italian produce,...Read more

Take Away & Delivery Delicatessens Brewer Street Soho Nightlife Bars Cocktail Bars Eating Restaurants

Ottolenghi
Ottolenghi

13 Motcomb Street, London, SW1X 8LB

0.91km

Small but perfectly formed, there is a little communal table at the back of our Belgravia deli but, as we...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

James Henry Greathead Blue Plaque - James Henry Greathead 1844–96 Railway and tunnelling engineer lived here 1885-1889
Michael Faraday Grey Plaque - Michael Faraday lived here 1858-1867
Richard Challoner Brown Plaque - Bishop Richard Challoner 1691–1781 Vicar-Apostolic of the London district Died here
Brown Plaque № 12891 - Historic Southwark  Here was 'Stones End' where Town Street met the old Turnpike Road.  One of the Parliamentary Forts erected to defend London during the Civil War stood here.
Isaac Newton And Orange Street Congregational Church, London White Plaque - Orange Street Congregational Church  This church was founded in 1693 by Huguenot refugees who fled from France at the time of the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes.   In 1776 the Chapel passed into the hands of the Church of England.  The Rev. Augustus III.  Toplady author of "Rock of Ages" was one of its ministers.  The Chapel passed into the hands of the Congregationalists in 1787.  Adjoining the chapel was Sir Isaac Newtons house which was built in 1710 and condemned in 1913.  Mrs Jemima Luke
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

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