My job gives me the privilege of being out and about every day in London.

Whether leading a walk, visiting a museum or gallery, or just enjoying the city's bustle or its quiet spaces, there's always something new to see, something interesting going on.

In my blog, I seek to reflect the ever-changing patterns of life in the greatest City on Earth!

Spitalfields Roundels


Some of the most delightful discoveries in Spitalfields are found sunk into the pavements – the decorative iron roundels, visual markers of Spitalfields’ rich history. Here are a couple of them – the fiddle in Princelet Street, a reminder of the Yiddish theatre that once was here; and in Fournier Street, near the Rectory, a roundel depicting a stylised fruit – taken from a patterned silk designed by Anna Maria Garthwaite. See if you can find more……


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