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Fruiterers Hall & warehouses

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In 1754 the Fruiterers had warehouses at the “Three Cranes”, situated in a lane called Fruiterers’ Alley, running off Thames Street. The Company’s meeting place or hall at that time was the Fruiterers’ Hall in Worcester House, Thames Street.

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Fruiterers Hall & warehouses

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Fruiterers' Hall & Alley

{To the left of the Fruiterers Company crest:} On 19th January 2000 the Rt Ho...

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