Monthly Archives: December 2015

December mulled wine and daffodils in Tavistock Square

Friends of Tavistock Square offered their annual mulled wine and mince pies event in the square in the unseasonal temperature of 15 degrees.   Several weeks of such temperatures have brought out December daffodils in the grass both here and in Russell Square.         If you’ve spotted other unseasonal anomalies, let us […]

Winter walks in Bloomsbury Squares

Free Guided Walking Tours of Bloomsbury Saturdays, 11:00am, rain or shine! Meet at the steps of the Goodenough Club 23 Mecklenburgh Square, London, WC1N 2AD December 12, 2015:  Blue Plaques of Bloomsbury* December 19, 2015:  King’s Cross: A Changing Landscape December 26, 2015:  Garden Squares of Bloomsbury January 2, 2016:  Architecture in Bloomsbury January 9, […]

Literary history celebrated in Brunswick Square

Gloomy November days saw the unveiling of not one but two plaques on buildings in Brunswick Square to commemorate former inhabitants of the now-lost Georgian houses that formerly lined the square, organised by the Marchmont Association. Simon Keynes, the great-nephew of economist John Maynard Keynes, unveiled the plaque on the UCL School of Pharmacy which […]