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Here fell PC Gary Toms 11 April 2009

Ashlin Road, E15, London, United Kingdom

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Battersea Park 1864. 9th January 1864 site of the first match of association football

Battersea Park, London, United Kingdom

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Major Allan H. Beckett MBE RE (1914-2005) lived here (1919-1939). His engineering designs made the Mulberry Harbour and the D-Day landings possible

Montpelier Gardens, London, United Kingdom

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LEO Lyons Electronic Office the world's first business computer was built and operated near here by J Lyons & Co from November 1951

Lyons Walk, Hammersmith, W14 0QH, London, United Kingdom

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Joe Strummer 1952-2002 musician wordsmith lived here 1978-79

33 Daventry Street, London, United Kingdom

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The Parish Church of St. Giles porch and doorway. Relocated to its current site in the vicarage garden where it was used as a summer house after the church was accidentally burnt down o 7th February 1841

Southwark, London, United Kingdom

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Professor Walter Hayman mathematician, fled Germany and has worked at Imperial College London since 1956

Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom

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Judith Kerr author, illustrator and creator of Mog and The Tiger That Came To Tea fled Germany to the UK in 1936

Judith Kerr Primary School, London, United Kingdom

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Dame Stephanie Shirley 1939

Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, London, United Kingdom

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Alek Wek 1991

Urswick School, London, United Kingdom

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Rita Ora singer and actress fled the war in Kosovo and studied here after arriving in the UK in 1991

St Cuthbert with St Matthias Primary School, London, United Kingdom

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The Trafalgar Way. Hammersmith

, London, United Kingdom

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Jon Pertwee 1919-1996 actor, entertainer & Time Lord worked here

New Wimbledon Theatre, London, United Kingdom

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Sidney Lewis 1903-1969 youngest British soldier First World War aged twelve lived here

934 Garratt Lane, Tooting, London, United Kingdom

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Cedric Price architect and philosopher 1934-2003 worked here 1965-2002

Alfred Place, London, United Kingdom

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Gregory Isaacs (1951-2010) died here

59 Weald Lane, Harrow, London, United Kingdom

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Mike Leigh OBE British writer and director of film and theatre. Also Alison Steadman OBE actress of stage, screen and film lived here

Brook House, Cranleigh Street, London, United Kingdom

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In loving memory of Ava Gardner, 1922-1990. Carmen and Morgan

Gardens of Ennismore Gardens, London, United Kingdom

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Boris Johnson 1964- Bojo, destroyer of cosmopolitan unity & passer of buck lives here

, London, United Kingdom

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Young Charles Dickens twice lived in this house 1815-16 and 1828-31 a few doors from the Cleveland Street Workhouse

22 Cleveland Street, London, United Kingdom

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Polar explorer Victor George Hayward

Connaught Road, Harlesdon, London, United Kingdom

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The Magic Circle was founded on this site at Pinoli's Restaurant by twenty-three magicians on July 1st 1905

Morden & Lea, 17 Wardour St, Soho, London, United Kingdom

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'Come Play With Me' Mary Millington

42–44 Great Windmill Street, London, United Kingdom

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Here lived Sir Clive Sinclair inventor from 1982 to 1987

32 Donne Place, Chelsea, London, United Kingdom

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Odeon Cinema stood here 1935 to 1962

51 The Bourne, Southgate, London, United Kingdom

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The forerunner of the cinema, the Edison Kinetoscope Parlour opened in 1894

70 Oxford Street, London, United Kingdom

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Location for cult classic Blow Up by Michelangelo Antonioni in 1966

Maryon Park, Charlton, London, United Kingdom

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Palace Pictures home to the producers of The Company of Wolves, Mona Lisa, The Crying Game

34-35 Berwick Street, W1, London, United Kingdom

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The Gate Cinema opened 1911

The Gate Cinema, Notting Hill, London, United Kingdom

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Eugene Lauste (1857-1935) first person to record synchronised sound on film 1906

The Ritzy Cinema, Brixton, London, United Kingdom

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Phoenix Cinema built 1910

High Road, East Finchley, London, United Kingdom

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Dilys Powell CBE (1901-1995) film critic lived here from 1939

14 Albion Street, Hyde Park, London, United Kingdom

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Robert Paul lived here 1914-1920 having opened a studio nearby in 1898

49 Sydney Road, Barnet, London, United Kingdom

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Ealing Studios established in 1902. Home of the Ealing Comedies 1938-1956

Ealing Studios, London, United Kingdom

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J. H. Martin founded Quinton Avenue Studios here in 1913

Quinton Avenue, Merton, London, United Kingdom

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Oscar-winning Chariots of Fire created here by David Puttnam, High Hudson, and Colin Welland

11 Queens Gate Place Mews, London, United Kingdom

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The Duchess cinema organ

Odeon Leicester Square, London, United Kingdom

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Oscar Deutsch (1893-1941) founder of Odeon cinemas

Odeon Leicester Square, London, United Kingdom

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Freddie Young OBE BSc winner of Oscars for Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago and Ryan's Daughter

Odeon Leicester Square, London, United Kingdom

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Clarion House stands on an historic site in St Anne's Court which passed from the crown to the Duke of Portland in the 17th century. For two centuries the court was a haven for political refugees from France and Switzerland and, in modern times, from Eastern Europe. The historic houses were demolished in 1967 but in the 1980's the site was brought back into housing use for local people by the Soho Housing Association. Clarion House was opened on 24th June 1987 by the Hon. Peter Brooke MP. Architects: Peter Mishcon and Associates Builders: Tellings Ltd

St Anne's Court, London, United Kingdom

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Odeon Cinema. Birt Acres and Robert Paul lived locally

Everyman Barnet, Western Parade, Barnet, London, United Kingdom

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Kirsty MacColl 1959-2000 "One day I'll be waiting there, no empty bench in Soho Square"

Soho Square, London, United Kingdom

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Dr Barnardo's first home for boys stood on this site 1870 to 1970

Ogilvie House, Stepney Causeway, E1, London, United Kingdom

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Hanwell High Street. Jim Marshall OBE 1923-2012 founder of Marshall Amplification sold his first guitar amp here in 1962

76 Uxbridge Road, Hanwell, London, United Kingdom

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Faithless first gigged here 5th March 1996 Jazz Cafe

Jazz Cafe, Camden, London, United Kingdom

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Bon Scott 1946-1980 lead singer and lyricist for AC DC gone but never forgotten

East Dulwich, London, United Kingdom

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Legendary Shepherd's Bush rock band The Who performed here at the site of the Goldhawk Social Club

Shepherd's Bush, London, United Kingdom

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London Stone. This is a fragment of the original piece of limestone once securely fixed in the ground fronting Cannon Street Station. Removed in 1742 to the north side of the street, in 1798 it was built into the south wall of the Church of St. Swithun London Stone which stood here until demolished in 1962. Its origin and purpose are unknown but in 1188 there was a reference to Henry, son of Eylwin de Londenstane, subsequently Lord Mayor of London.

111 Cannon Street, London, United Kingdom

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Richard Briers CBE 1934 to 2013 actor lived here from 1940 to 1947

Pepys Court, Worple Road, Raynes Park, London, United Kingdom

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Arthur Stanley Wint 1920-1992 RAF pilot, doctor & diplomat, Gold medal olympian lived at this address 1949-1960

22 Philbeach Gardens, Earls Court, London, United Kingdom

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