Spitalfields has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Spitalfields Life' where it has more than a hundred mentions. As seen in the chart below, Spitalfields had the highest popularity figure in February this year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.

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Nigel Henderson’s East End

[...] ’ shop, 105 Cephas St, Bethnal Green, E2 AW Roman, sugared fritter seller, Sclater St, Spitalfields E1 Mason’s fresh fish stall, Bethnal Green Rd, E2 Kitchenware stall, Bethnal Green Rd, E2 [...]

spitalfieldslife.com

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Leonard Fenton, Actor

[...] escape. The heart of the Jewish East End in the twenties and thirties was in Whitechapel and Spitalfields. Half a mile away, in Duckett St there was only one other Jewish household besides Len’s [...]

spitalfieldslife.com

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The Holy Birds restaurant review: Poultry takes wing

[...] Birds is halfway from the City of London to Shoreditch, a mere flap of the wing from Spitalfields. Philosophically, too, it comes home to roost somewhere in between the natural habitat [...]

theweek.co.uk

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The Mystery of Isabelle Barker’s Hat

[...] and the next generation of the family ran Barker’s Dairy in Shepherd St (now Toynbee St), Spitalfields. Isabelle grew up there as one of three sisters before she moved to her flat in Barnet House [...]

spitalfieldslife.com

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John Claridge’s East End Shops

[...] afford to lose. SIGN THE PETITION TO SAVE OUR SHOPKEEPERS FROM THE NEW BUSINESS RATES Shop in Spitalfields, 1964. C & K Grocers, Spitalfields, 1982 - “From the floor to the roof, the shop was [...]

spitalfieldslife.com

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At 45 Hanbury St

At 45 Hanbury St

[...] serve as the back end of a chocolate shop, one of more than six such establishments in Spitalfields. Yet a century ago it was home to the family business of JH Fisher, making and repairing [...]

spitalfieldslife.com

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Bug Woman & A London Inheritance

[...] With another of my Spitalfields Blog Courses coming up on March 4th & 5th, it is my pleasure to present recent work by two [...]

spitalfieldslife.com

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A Petition To Save Our Shopkeepers

[...] Paul Gardner, fourth generation proprietor of Gardners’ Market Sundriesmen in Spitalfields and founder of the East End Trades Guild, on being chosen as one of Britain’s Top 100 [...]

spitalfieldslife.com

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In Old Spitalfields

In Old Spitalfields

[...] and terraces, crooked alleys and hidden yards which comprised the lost urban landscape of Spitalfields. When we think of old Spitalfields, we usually consider the eighteenth and nineteenth century [...]

spitalfieldslife.com

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Save The East End’s Architectural Heritage

[...] that deserve formal protection, I show the small weavers’ houses below which Huguenots of Spitalfields are submitting for Local Listing. 3 & 5 Club Row, two survivors of a terrace of six four- [...]

spitalfieldslife.com

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£140pw, Dalston (E8): " Fall in Love with This Place Brilliant Spot"

[...] venues and bars of Dalston, Hoxton and Shoreditch area with Brick Lane, Columbia Road and Spitalfields nearby The room is big and cute, fully furnished with a double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers [...]

spareroom.co.uk

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  • Spitalfields Life

    In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London