Like many I had once heard that Lavender Hill in Battersea had a connection and assumed this was the only area that cultivated the crop
In modern times we tend to hear of grottos only at Christmas time
We all know that London’s streets are not really paved with gold, but they are lined with myths and misconceptions
Savoy Court is the only place in London where you must drive on the right
Before the advent of the digital age words were written on paper – imagine that dear reader – putting pen to paper to write a letter
Built for 26 poor men with the proviso they receive an annual stipend of £6 per year and a chaldron of coals
In 1789 London’s most famous trees were planted in Berkeley Square, now these listed arboreal delights are threatened by Europe
The Regency Place urinal is one of the few ’open air’ pissoirs and much used by cabbies.
Jeremiah Fisher is interred there and others whose mortal remains lie in Brompton Cemetery include: Peter Rabbett, Mr. Nutkins, Mr. Brock and Mr. McGregor.