18th century London club with political (Whig) and literary interests. Tending to the clandestine it met, at different periods, at the Trumpet Tavern, the Fountain Tavern and at Barn Elms. In summer it met at the Hampstead Flask. Members included: Robert Walpole, William Congreve, John Vanbrugh, Godfrey Kneller, John Churchill the first Duke of Marlborough and his daughters, including Anne Sunderland.

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Kit-Cat Club

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Royal Photographic Society

Royal Photographic Society

Initiated by Roger Fenton and founded in London as the Photographic Society of London with Fenton as its first Secretary. The inaugural meeting was held at the, then, Society of Arts. Received Roya...

Group, Community / Clubs, Photography

2 memorials
St Saviours

St Saviours

St Saviours is a former civil parish. Created from the union of the parishes of St Margaret and St Mary Magdalene. In 1855 it was grouped with Southwark Christchurch into the St Saviour's District....

Place, Community / Clubs, Religion

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Kew Society

Kew Society

Originally founded as the Kew Union. It seeks to enhance the beauty of Kew and preserve its heritage. It reviews all planning applications in Kew, with special regard to the architectural integrity...

Group, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
Black Music Congress, etc.

Black Music Congress, etc.

A number of groups related to black music history seem to have come and gone; it's difficult to disentangle them. These links were working in 2021: Black History Month, IRDUK (mentioned on the post...

Group, Community / Clubs, Music / songs, Race Issues

1 memorial