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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
22nd September 1924 Illustrator and author Charles Keeping was born in Lambeth.
22nd September 1891 Footballer and writer Charlie Buchan was born in Plumstead.
22nd September 1870 5-time British Wimbledon tennis champion Charlotte Cooper was born in Ealing.
22nd September 1788 Author, practical joker and inventor of the postcard, Theodore Hook, was born in London.
22nd September 1761 The Coronation of George III in Westminster Abbey.
22nd September 1735 Robert Walpole the first British Prime Minister to live at 10 Downing Street.
22nd September 1694 Philip Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield, creator of Gregorian calendar, was born in London.
Farming Markets for a Decade
Ten years of London's Farm Markets - so lets celebrate
Location: Cramer Street Car park, Marylebone High Street, W1U 3BN
Description: 'Marylebone Farmers' Market' may be a gift from God...if there is such a bloke.
Located in a car park of Marylebone High Street, it's here that you'll find some fantastic food produced by some great British people who care about all things 'fodder'!
In fact this year '2009' marks 10 year of 'London Farm Markets' and so it seems more than fitting that you should get yourself along to this market - Sundays 10 to 2pm - or indeed keep an eye on the website: http://www.lfm.org.uk/.
Spend a Sunday here starting with breakfast at La Fromagerie and then a walk around the market; Pick up fresh eggs, sausages from the Ginger Pig, and maybe some flowers... Perfect