Glaziers Hall

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The Glaziers Hall
The land in this area formed part of the site of the cloisters of the Church of St Mary Ouverie, now Southwark Cathedral. After the dissolution of the monasteries in 1540 it was sold and eventually bought by the Hays Wharf Company who built a three-storey warehouse here during the Napoleonic wars. A Georgian facade was added in 1850 and two more floors. The building was leased to the "Glaziers Company" in 1975.
After careful restoration in 1977, it became the home of the Worshipful Companies of Glaziers and Painters of Glass, Scientific Instrument Makers and Launderers and is known as "The Glaziers Hall".
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Glaziers Hall

The first Glaziers Hall was in Fye Foot Lane and lost in the Great Fire. Fye ...

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dissolution of the monasteries

In 1534, for reasons not only to do with his marital situation, Henry VIII br...

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Napoleonic wars

Following the French Revolution France, under Napoleon, fought with most of E...

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Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass

The Guild of Glaziers (who made glass) existed in 1328 and received a Royal C...

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Worshipful Company of Launderers

Their coat of arms shows two women; one dressed as a Grecian godess, the othe...

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Pool of London Partnership

From City of London : The Pool of London Partnership was established in 1996 ...

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Southwark Council

The London Borough of Southwark was created as an amalgamation of the Metropo...

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