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Boulton & Park United Reformed Church Trust

Plaque: Boulton & Park

Erection date: 10/7/2013


Ernest Boulton, 1847 - 1904, Frederick Park, 1846 - 1881, 'Stella & Fanny', Victorian cross-dressers, lodged at 13 Wakefield Street on this site, 1868 - 1870.
Marchmont Association

These streets become almost impassible during London Fashion week when the Handel Street TA building is used as a venue. 2018, the FT reported that designer Erdem Moralioglu noticed this plaque and the cross-dressing story inspired his SS19 collection.

Site: United Reformed Church Trust (3 memorials)

WC1, Wakefield Street, United Reformed Church Trust

The blue plaque is on the site of number 13, now the United Reformed Church Trust’s UK headquarters. The other two plaques are inside, in the reception area on the ground floor.

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Boulton & Park

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Ernest Boulton

Boulton and Frederick Park were 'Stella & Fanny', the celebrated Victoria...

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Frederick Park

Park and Ernest Boulton were 'Fanny and Stella', the celebrated Victorian cro...

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Boulton & Park

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Marchmont Association

Aims to promote the on-going improvement of Marchmont Street and the surround...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Boulton & Park

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Church House WC1 - building

Church House Built 1938, destroyed in war 9th February 1945, rebuilt 1955 - ...

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Church House WC1 - names

Our colleague Andrew Behan has done some detailed research on these names and...

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