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Plaque: Old Change


Site of Old Change, a city street dating from 1293.

This plaque forms part of the access door to the fountain's workings.

Site: Old Change (2 memorials)

EC4, St Paul's Churchyard, Festival Gardens

Both plaques are attached to the other side of the low wall behind the fountain, the one for Old Change being to the north.

The Festival Gardens at St Paul’s, the Corporation of London's contribution to the Festival of Britain, were laid out in 1951 by Sir Albert Richardson, following the ground plan of pre-war buildings in Old Change. The gardens were re-landscaped in March  2012 but we think the basic layout remains.

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Old Change

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Old Change

City street dating from 1293. Its name derives from the King's Exchange, wher...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Old Change

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Wall fountain

To commemorate the gift of this wall fountain by the Master, wardens, assista...

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