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St Mary’s, Haggerston St Mary’s, Haggerston

Plaque (lost): St Mary’s, Haggerston

Inscription

On this site stood St. Mary’s, Haggerston (Church of England). Designed by John Nash. Built 1826-7.
London Borough of Hackney

Site: St Mary’s, Haggerston (1 memorial)

E2, Thurtle Road

The list on Hackney's plaques page includes this plaque, describing its location as "Playground between Queensbridge Road and Thurtle Road". We found the playground but not the plaque. There is this rather odd and ugly stand, in the middle of the grassed area. We can think of no reason for its existence other than to hold a plaque - and it can't even manage that.

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St Mary’s, Haggerston

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St Marys, Haggerston

Built by John Nash in the Gothic style with a tall tower. Destroyed by WW2 bo...

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John Nash

Born in London. Notable works: Regent Street, Royal Opera Arcade and the Roya...

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St Mary’s, Haggerston

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Hackney Council

Shoreditch Borough Council took over Shoreditch Vestry and was itself taken o...

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