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Lost Palaces

From Inktober posts in October 2018 – part of my Pick and Choose History of Courtenay Street, Kennington and Lambeth: The Lost Palaces of Kennington. I’m pretty much living in the paddock of Kennington Palace (now replaced by the hideous … Continue reading

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Pubs & Ghost Pubs

From Inktober posts October 2018 – Part of my Pick and Choose History of Courtenay Street, Kennington and Lambeth Pubs and ghost pubs. Courtenay Street is still well served by pubs and bars with the Duchy Arms at the corner … Continue reading

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Yesterday of the Boy

From Inktober posts Oct 2018 – part of the Pick and Choose History of Courtenay Street, Kennington and Lambeth: Yesterday of the Boy, there is indeed an International Men’s Day (19 Nov) and many boys still live in poverty and … Continue reading

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Prince of the Welsh?

From Inktober posts Oct 2018 part of the Pick and Choose History of Courtenay Street, Kennington and Lambeth: Prince of the Welsh? Well the Prince of Wales has owned most of Lambeth for a long time, but it seems more … Continue reading

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Secret Tunnels of Kennigton

From Inktober posts Oct 2018 part of the Pick and Choose History of Courtenay Street, Kennington and Lambeth: Secret Tunnels in Kennington! We all know about the ones from MI6 to MI5 and so on but these ones mentioned by … Continue reading

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Gardening – Kennigton Roses

From Inktober posts in October 2018 “Really this is from yesterday – I was thinking about it as I was working at the Garden Museum last night. In case you can’t read my writing it says: Gardening. In Courtenay Street … Continue reading

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Yesterday of the Girl

Carrying on my #inktober posts based on things I have found out during my Artist in Residence in My Own Street project, this one is also about International Day of the Girl. Looking at what it was like to be … Continue reading

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