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John Payton

Categories: Commerce, Sculpture

A local business man, he had the vision to create Camden Passage antiques market in the early 1960s. We can't prove that he was also a sculptor but his surname is inscribed on the Cruden relief bust in Camden Passage. Has written a book: "From Camden Passage with Love". In the picture he is the man in the centre.

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John Payton

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Alexander Cruden

Camden Passage (link now dead) had a picture of the unveiling by Poet Laureat...

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Dame Bridget D'Oyly Carte DBE

Dame Bridget D'Oyly Carte DBE

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Chinara Enterprises

Chinara Enterprises

An organisation that provides a wide range of expertise in workforce development and organisational development.

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1 memorial
Abbey Tavern

Abbey Tavern

Architect: Alexander Builder: S. R . Lamble

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Bow Fair

Known as the Green Goose fair, it was held on the Thursday after Pentecost. A green goose was a young or mid-summer goose, and also a slang term for a cuckold or a low woman. In 1630, John Taylor, ...

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1 memorial
George Odger

George Odger

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1 memorial