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Orwell - Parliament Hill

Orwell - Parliament Hill Orwell - Parliament Hill

Erection date: 1984

Inscription

George Orwell, 1930 - 1950, writer, lived here.
Erected by the Hampstead Plaque Fund

Orwell lived here for 6 months in 1935 while he was working in the South End Green Bookshop and writing "Keep the Aspidstra Flying". Unveiled by Michael Foot.

Site: Orwell - Parliament Hill (1 memorial)

NW3, Parliament Hill, 77

No 77 is the end house, with the Heath behind.

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Orwell - Parliament Hill

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George Orwell

George Orwell was born in Bengal as Eric Arthur Blair, his father was a Briti...

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Created by Information

Heath & (Old) Hampstead Society / Hampstead Plaque Fund

The Hampstead Plaque fund was set up, many years ago, by Ralph Wade and has b...

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Michael Mackintosh Foot

Politician and journalist. Born Plymouth. Leader of the Labour party 1980-198...

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