Plaque

St George the Martyr

Inscription

St. G M

Site: St George the Martyr Mission Hall (1 memorial)

WC1, Barbon Close, 1

St George the Martyr's Mission Hall and working men’s club is behind number 49 Great Ormond Street, accessed via Barbon Close. The "St.GM" monogram is in a blind window on the second floor just below the chimneys. Painted on the glass in the fanlight of the main door: "Mission Hall". In the stonework above another door: "1876" and two Tudor rose reliefs.

The church St George the Martyr is just the other side of nearby Queen Square. This 1895 map shows both the Mission Hall and the church.

2021: occupied by Children with Cancer UK.

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