Building    From 1863 

Hoxton Hall

Built 1863 as Mortimer's Music hall. 1866 MacDonald took it over but in 1871 following complaints it lost its performance licence. Bought in 1879 by rich Quaker philanthropist William Isaac Palmer (of Huntley and Palmer biscuits) for the Blue Ribbon Gospel Temperance Mission. 1893 in his will Palmer left the hall to the Quaker Bedford Institute. 1910 the hall was extended. It is now used as a community centre.

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Hoxton Hall

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Hoxton Hall

Hoxton Hall. Built 1863 as a music hall. Owned since 1893 by Bedford Institu...

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Garrick Club

Garrick Club

Private members’ Club at 15 Garrick Street, named after David Garrick. Notoriously it maintains its rule of not admitting women as members. Members include many high profile or powerful men in fiel...

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
Plastics Historical Society

Plastics Historical Society

First to draw attention to the heritage of the plastics industry and to celebrate all things plastic.

Group, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
Rotterdam 06.11.1982 Dispuut Lustrum

Rotterdam 06.11.1982 Dispuut Lustrum

The picture probably wasn't taken at this particular event. You really have to go to the memorial page to have this explained.

Event, Community / Clubs, Netherlands

1 memorial
Friends of Nunhead Cemetery (FONC)

Friends of Nunhead Cemetery (FONC)

Founded to represent all those with an interest in the cemetery. The group seeks to promote the conservation and appreciation of the cemetery as a place of remembrance, of historic importance and o...

Group, Community / Clubs

3 memorials