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College of Minor Canons in St Paul’s Cathedral

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In existence before 1066.  Richard II formalised the structure.  At that time they were 12 in number but are now down to three, responsible for singing services and organising large and small scale services at St Paul's.  Aim 25 provides more information.

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College of Minor Canons in St Paul’s Cathedral

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TAG (T-Rex Action Group)

TAG (T-Rex Action Group)

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Paul Robeson

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Bela Bartok

Bela Bartok

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2 memorials
Dire Straits first gig

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The picture shows a rehearsal for the gig, in front of the Cockpit Arts building. We thank Glenda Bogdanovs for permission to use her historic photo.

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1 memorial
Gregory Isaacs

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1 memorial