Plaque

Folgate Street houses

Erection date: 1983

Inscription

1983 This building replaces the two houses 12 & 14 Folgate Street that were originally built on this site in 1724.

Site: Folgate Street houses (1 memorial)

E1, Folgate Street , 12 - 14

Folgate Street was known as White Lion Street until 1938.  On the south side of the street number 10, two houses to the left (east) of 12 and 14, is Denis Severs House, and if you've not visited - go!

2015: Norton Folgate and the few little streets in this area is at risk of redevelopment.   The magnificent Spitalfields Life tells all, with lots of photos.  On another post Spitalfields Life has photos of this area from the mid-seventies vs. today.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Folgate Street houses

Subjects commemorated i

12 & 14 Folgate Street

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