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St Olave Parish Hall

St Olave Parish Hall St Olave Parish Hall
Inscription

The Parish Hall of St Olave Hart Street
This Hall which stands in part on the site of the former Church of Allhallows Staining was built in 1957 by the Clothworkers Company for the benefit of the united Parish of St Olave Hart Street with Allhallows Staining and St Catherine Coleman.

Site: St Olave Parish Hall (2 memorials)

EC3, Mark Lane

The St Olave inscription is below the central ground floor window, behind the bike rack. The other memorial/information board is in front of the tower to the right.

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St Olave Parish Hall

Subjects commemorated Information

All Hallows Staining

"Staining" indicates stone-built, as opposed to all the other All Hallows chu...

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St Katherine Coleman

The standard spelling of this Katherine seems to be with a 'K' not a 'C', and...

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St Olave Hart Street - church

Survived the Great Fire but was so badly damaged in WW2 that for the period 1...

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St Olave Hart Street - Parish Hall

St Olave Hart Street (only a short walk from this Hall) was badly damaged in ...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
St Olave Parish Hall

Created by Information

Clothworkers Company

Their Hall, next to All Hallows Staining, was destroyed in the Great Fire.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
St Olave Parish Hall

Also at this site Information

All Hallows tower and Lambe's Chapel

This is visually just a modern information board but the information is more ...

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