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British Puppet and Model Theatre Guild

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British Puppet and Model Theatre Guild

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Punch and Judy

Near this spot Punch's Puppet Show was first performed in England and witness...

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Raine Foundation School

Raine Foundation School

This school was founded in what is now Raine Street by Henry Raine (1679 - 1738) in 1719, though the street was then known as Fawdon Lane, Charles Street. The school provided an education for local...

Group, Children, Education

2 memorials
Alfred Joseph Walter Sims

Alfred Joseph Walter Sims

Drowned in the 1898 HMS Albion disaster, aged 6. Buried in grave 3 at the memorial in East London Cemetery.

Person, Children, Tragedy

1 memorial
National Schools / St John's Highbury Vale Primary School

National Schools / St John's Highbury Vale Primary School

We have decoded the following from British History On-line Opened 1836 as Highbury Vale School with 102 middle school pupils. 1864 the site was enlarged and the school rebuilt as Christ Church Nati...

Building, Children, Education

1 memorial
Charles Hamilton (Frank Richards)

Charles Hamilton (Frank Richards)

Author for children.  Born Oak Street, Ealing, where the plaque now is.  Specialised in writing long series of stories generally using a different pen-name for each. Most famously, as Charles Hamil...

Person, Children, Literature

1 memorial
Charity School - Hatton Garden

Charity School - Hatton Garden

Possibly designed by Wren.  Built by Lord Hatton following the loss of St Andrews church Holborn in the Great Fire.  In 1721 converted to house St Andrew's Parochial School.  It was given two entra...

Building, Children, Education

3 memorials