Monthly Archives: January 2013

Sir Robert Hunter on the need to open up Lincoln’s Inn Fields to the public – 1894

Sir Robert Hunter was one of the co-founders of The National Trust.  He was a lawyer with  an office at 6 Lincoln’s Inn Fields (a building more famous recently for being “The Apprentice House 2013” in this year’s season of … Continue reading

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Former Terrace Restaurant in Lincoln’s Inn Fields – invitation to tender

There is an intriguing pre-fabricated building in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, the former Terrace Restaurant. It has a chequered history – the act of Parliament governning the Fields bans buildings that aren’t in connection with the ‘convenient use and maintenance’ of … Continue reading

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Whetstone Park resurfaced

This small but important road at the rear of Lincoln’s Inn Fields had fallen in to very poor repair.  It was resurfaced just before Xmas 2012. Whetstone Park crops up in Pepys diaries (16 November 1668) . He was chasing … Continue reading

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Minutes of the FLIF meeting held on Thursday 25th October 2012

Present: Robert McCracken (Chair) Sue Palmer Peter Dodge William Perrin Fran Perrin Julian Robinson Amanda Rigby Walter Hand Apologies: Noreen Kent Mary Kerr Outstanding Items from previous meeting Filming William had spoken with the film companies directly regarding their parking … Continue reading

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