Leckhampton House, 37 Grange Road, Cambridge, UK
George Morris is a PhD student in Modern British History at Cambridge University.
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Morley College, Lambeth, London, UK
David Tootill is a mosaicist and founder of London School of Mosaic who has been involved in community art projects in the Southbank area since 2004.
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Ethelm House, Waterloo, Lambeth, London, UK
David Tootill is a mosaicist and founder of London School of Mosaic who has been involved in community art projects in the Southbank area since 2004.
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Leake Street, Waterloo, Lambeth, London, UK
David Tootill is a mosaicist and founder of London School of Mosaic who has been involved in community art projects in the Southbank area since 2004.
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St. John's Waterloo, Waterloo, London, UK
David Tootill is a mosaicist and founder of London School of Mosaic who has been involved in community art projects in the Southbank area since 2004.
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Waterloo Action Centre, Waterloo, London, UK
David Tootill is a mosaicist and founder of London School of Mosaic who has been involved in community art projects in the Southbank area since 2004.
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Carlisle Lane, Lambeth, London
David Tootill is a mosaicist and founder of London School of Mosaic who has been involved in community art projects in the Southbank area since 2004.
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Colonial Cemetery, Darlington, Maria Island, Tazmania, Australia
Dr Kristyn Harman is an Associate Professor (Reader) in History at the University of Tasmania in Australia where she holds a concurrent appointment of Academic Director, Curriculum Innovation and Digital Engagement for the College of Arts, Law and Education. She has published two books: Aboriginal Convicts: Australian, Khoisan and Maori Exiles (UNSW Press, 2012) and Cleansing the Colony: Transporting Convicts from New Zealand to Van Diemen’s Land (Otago University Press, 2017). She tweets @DrKrissyH
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27 Ropemakers Fields, Poplar, London, UK
Dr Tom Bolton is a writer and researcher. He has published four books: Low Country (Penned in the Margins, 2018), Camden Town: Dreams of Another London (British Library Publications, 2017), Vanished City (Strange Attractor, 2013) and London's Lost Rivers (Strange Attractor, 2011). He lectures, leads London walks, and works in architecture and urban design. https://tombolton.co.uk/
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Hornsey Town Hall, Haringey, London, UK
Ruth Cherrington is a recognized authority on working men’s and social clubs. Her specialism lies at the inter-section of culture and leisure and how cultural movements are formed, develop and decline. Author of Not just Beer and Bingo! A social history of working men’s clubs and two books about how people spent their leisure time in her home town of Coventry in the 1970s and 1980s.
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Astor House, 2 Temple Place, Temple, London, UK
Adrian Fort was educated at Oxford University where he was subsequently a Clarendon Fellow. He practised as a barrister and became involved with politics before pursuing a financial career. He has published many articles on financial and economic matters and has broadcast frequently on the radio. His previous books include Prof: The Life of Frederick Lindemann, Archibald Wavell: The Life and Times of an Imperial Servant and Nancy: the story of Lady Astor.
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Limehouse Causeway, Poplar, London, UK
Dr Tom Bolton is a writer and researcher. He has published four books: Low Country (Penned in the Margins, 2018), Camden Town: Dreams of Another London (British Library Publications, 2017), Vanished City (Strange Attractor, 2013) and London's Lost Rivers (Strange Attractor, 2011). He lectures, leads London walks, and works in architecture and urban design. https://tombolton.co.uk/
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9 Beccles Street, Poplar, London, UK
Dr Tom Bolton is a writer and researcher. He has published four books: Low Country (Penned in the Margins, 2018), Camden Town: Dreams of Another London (British Library Publications, 2017), Vanished City (Strange Attractor, 2013) and London's Lost Rivers (Strange Attractor, 2011). He lectures, leads London walks, and works in architecture and urban design. https://tombolton.co.uk/
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The Grapes, 76 Narrow St, Poplar, London, UK
Dr Tom Bolton is a writer and researcher. He has published four books: Low Country (Penned in the Margins, 2018), Camden Town: Dreams of Another London (British Library Publications, 2017), Vanished City (Strange Attractor, 2013) and London's Lost Rivers (Strange Attractor, 2011). He lectures, leads London walks, and works in architecture and urban design. https://tombolton.co.uk/
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Limekiln Dock, Three Colt Street, Poplar, London, UK
Dr Tom Bolton is a writer and researcher. He has published four books: Low Country (Penned in the Margins, 2018), Camden Town: Dreams of Another London (British Library Publications, 2017), Vanished City (Strange Attractor, 2013) and London's Lost Rivers (Strange Attractor, 2011). He lectures, leads London walks, and works in architecture and urban design. https://tombolton.co.uk/
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4 St. James's Square, St James's, London, UK
Adrian Fort was educated at Oxford University where he was subsequently a Clarendon Fellow. He practised as a barrister and became involved with politics before pursuing a financial career. He has published many articles on financial and economic matters and has broadcast frequently on the radio. His previous books include Prof: The Life of Frederick Lindemann, Archibald Wavell: The Life and Times of an Imperial Servant and Nancy: The Story of Lady Astor
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Wood Green Social Club, Stuart Crescent, London, UK
Ruth Cherrington is a recognized authority on working men’s and social clubs. Her specialism lies at the inter-section of culture and leisure and how cultural movements are formed, develop and decline. Author of Not just Beer and Bingo! A social history of working men’s clubs and two books about how people spent their leisure time in her home town of Coventry in the 1970s and 1980s.
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Earl Haig Hall, Elder Avenue, Crouch End, London, UK
Ruth Cherrington is a recognized authority on working men’s and social clubs. Her specialism lies at the inter-section of culture and leisure and how cultural movements are formed, develop and decline. Author of Not just Beer and Bingo! A social history of working men’s clubs and two books about how people spent their leisure time in her home town of Coventry in the 1970s and 1980s.
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The Mildmay Club, Newington Green, London, UK
Ruth Cherrington is a recognized authority on working men’s and social clubs. Her specialism lies at the inter-section of culture and leisure and how cultural movements are formed, develop and decline. Author of Not just Beer and Bingo! A social history of working men’s clubs and two books about how people spent their leisure time in her home town of Coventry in the 1970s and 1980s.
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Langham Club, 600, Green Lanes, Harringay, London, UK
Ruth Cherrington is a recognized authority on working men’s and social clubs. Her specialism lies at the inter-section of culture and leisure and how cultural movements are formed, develop and decline. Author of Not just Beer and Bingo! A social history of working men’s clubs and two books about how people spent their leisure time in her home town of Coventry in the 1970s and 1980s.
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CIU Head Office, 253-254 Upper St, London, UK
Ruth Cherrington is a recognized authority on working men’s and social clubs. Her specialism lies at the inter-section of culture and leisure and how cultural movements are formed, develop and decline. Author of Not just Beer and Bingo! A social history of working men’s clubs and two books about how people spent their leisure time in her home town of Coventry in the 1970s and 1980s.
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St Pancras Old Churchyard, Camden Town, London, UK
Christina Faraday is an art historian and writer. She is currently researching 'liveliness' in Tudor art for her AHRC-funded PhD at the University of Cambridge, and working part-time as a curatorial intern at the National Portrait Gallery, London, on an exhibition of Tudor and Jacobean portrait miniatures opening in February 2019. An up-to-date list of her projects can be found at: https://about.me/christinajuliet
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Bell Wharf Lane, City, London, UK
Christina Faraday is an art historian and writer. She is currently researching 'liveliness' in Tudor art for her AHRC-funded PhD at the University of Cambridge, and working part-time as a curatorial intern at the National Portrait Gallery, London, on an exhibition of Tudor and Jacobean portrait miniatures opening in February 2019. An up-to-date list of her projects can be found at: https://about.me/christinajuliet
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St John's Gate, Clerkenwell, London, UK
Christina Faraday is an art historian and writer. She is currently researching 'liveliness' in Tudor art for her AHRC-funded PhD at the University of Cambridge, and working part-time as a curatorial intern at the National Portrait Gallery, London, on an exhibition of Tudor and Jacobean portrait miniatures opening in February 2019. An up-to-date list of her projects can be found at: https://about.me/christinajuliet
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