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February 7, 2015
by the gentle author

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  1. Martin Frohlick permalink
    March 27, 2015

    The area from Spitalfields Market up to the Fleur de Lis Buildings, Blossom Street and Norton Folgate are of historic interest and should be preserved as part of London’s Jewish heritage. Maurice Smart who is mentioned in Ian Fleming’s “The Spy Who Loved Me” was raised in the area. Norton Folgate and Spitalfields are places of historic interest in the life and commerce of London in the days when the ‘rag trade’ was at its height. Protect this last corner of what once was so that folks can be inspired by what London’s immigrant population endured and prospered.

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