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A Victorian Christmas in Islington


This walk looks at the different ways that Christmas was celebrated in Islington during the Victorian period - whether it was a slice of the celebrated currant cake from Thomas's or dancing at Henry's Assembley Rooms, a Christmas lecture from Rev McGuire or a special lunch for the Boot Black Brigade. There are some funny stories and some sad in this special walk for Christmas which starts and finishes at Angel Tube station.

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  • Rob S.
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