All 36,000 names on the Tower Hill memorial to be added to database.
Sorry Graham Chapman. Being the fake son of God isn’t good enough.
Your handy guide to state-sanctioned death in the capital.
200 years after the author was born, there is still no public statue of Dickens in the UK.
One of London’s most poignant memorials is stolen.
A much-loved London website gets a relaunch.
Today’s ‘what the hell is wrong with people’ post.
Planning a blue plaque perambulation? That task just got easier thanks to a new map.
If we had a nickel for every blog post (even books) urging us to look up above eye level in London, we’d have…well, whatever a nickel is worth, times about a thousand. But all clichés have some truth to them. One place where it’s easy …
“Try stealing me.” London’s battle with the burglars of bronze took a sad blow last week as a couple of memorials to fallen World War soldiers and civilians were taken from a monument in Broomfield Park, Enfield. The alloy is much prized on the scrap …
Cenotaph. Unlikely to be nicked. Image by wallyg “At the going down of the sun and in the morning. We will remember them.” Only, it looks like we won’t unless the bits of stone and bronze that help us to remember are properly recorded. The …