History

The Myth that made Millions

The Story of Belgravia Belgravia was indeed a Myth that made Millions. It was a fabricated name to which various attributes of grandeur were given,

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Westminster News

It all started with a Tea Dance

It all started with a Tea Dance …  Bringing back and making memories … Silver Sunday has become a national campaign tackling loneliness that affects

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History

The Victoria Memorial

Paul Waddams Background Following the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, her eldest son, King Edward VII, suggested that a Parliamentary committee should develop plans

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Association News

Visit to Freemason’s Hall

In May, the membership of the City of Westminster Guide Lecturers Association was treated to an extraordinary tour of an extraordinary building – the Freemasons’

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St James's Underground station, Broadway, London, facing the building that housed the Cipher School in the 1920s and 1930s
History

Westminster’s code breakers

Mark Lubienski shines a light onto the secret world of the cryptanalysts whose wartime successes in deciphering Nazi communications inspired the film the Imitation Game

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Pepys' House, 12 Buckingham Street, on background map of area
History

Working from home with Samuel Pepys

Take a stroll down Buckingham Street with David Mullany to check out the view from Sam’s 17th century home office and learn about the street’s many other illustrious residents

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