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Seeking a coffee at the end of the world

As cliché as it may seem, there is definitely an old school European-ness to the way London shuts down on a Sunday. Today, I found out that I had a better chance of finding the Holy Grail than snagging a vanilla soy latte on a Sunday after 5 p.m in England. 436 more words

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William Cooper, 3x Great Grandfather & London Goldsmith - Part 3: The Search Continues...

So, William Cooper appears to have been born in Seward Street & baptised in St Lukes Islington. St Luke’s isn’t open as a church now, but it’s still there. 837 more words

Cooper

Salon Focus: The Lion & The Fox

With a name like The Lion & The Fox, you’d be forgiven for thinking another Gastro Pub had opened in London’s design hub of Clerkenwell. 418 more words

Beauty

The Unbelievers Ghost Walk

’tis the season to be spooky fa-la-la-la-laaARGH! 180 more words

History

Lost London - Clerkenwell (Middlesex) House of Detention...

The first prison on the site to the north of Clerkenwell Green, initially known as the Clerkenwell Bridewell or New Prison, was built in 1616 and was used as an overflow for City prisons. 328 more words

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