Bunhill Fields Burial Ground (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... celebrated and famous Non-Conformists are buried there. For those not up on their church history, the Non-Conformists consisted of Protestant, non Church of England denominations (such as Quakers, Methodists, Baptists, and Presbyterians) who, well, didn't conform. They were a diverse bunch with a penchant for revolutionary and controversial ideas that didn't sit well with conservative types. Given that John Wesley's Chapel, which also houses the Museum of Methodism, is directly across City Road, I suppose it's hardly surprising that so many of them ended up at Bunhill. Notable "residents" of Bunhill include 17th century preach... more
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by - written on 20/06/10 (Very useful, 281 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ BURRITOS & BURIAL GROUNDS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It never ceases to amaze me that some of the best and most interesting finds are those that are under your very nose. I had been working in the City of London for around two months and was yet to venture much beyond the triangle of train station, office and the various eateries that cater to the lunchtime office crowd. However, on my way to the local Tesco Express a chance encounter with a more tenured and adventurous colleague changed all that. When I ran into him, he was contentedly clutching a massive-looking burrito wrapped in a small, blue plastic bag, and when ... Read the complete review
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