Plaque

Whitecross Market

Inscription

Whitecross Market, one of London's oldest markets. Started trading in 17th century and was known locally as "Squalors Market".
Mad in England
English Hedonists

Site: Whitecross Market (1 memorial)

EC2, Whitecross Street

We found three English Hedonist plaques in Whitecross Street in early 2013. Please let us know if there are more that we missed.

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Whitecross Market

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Whitecross Street Market

One of London's oldest markets.  Started trading in 17th century and was know...

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Whitecross Market

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English Hedonists

The artist Carrie Reichardt is part of this group, probably its main artist, ...

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