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A bit about Hanbury Street, London
Hanbury Street in London’s East End was laid out in the 17th Century and was originally known as Browne’s Lane. In 1884 Florence Eleanor Soper, who was the daughter of William Booth set up ‘The Women’s Social Work’ in Hanbury Street. This being an organisation focussing on helping local vulnerable women. Evidence of its necessity was proved just four years later when at number 29 the body of Annie Chapman was found, she being the second victim of ‘Jack the Ripper. Many of London’s streets have a contrasting history.
These days Hanbury Street forms part of the vibrant Brick Lane Market, complete with all the cool graffiti, and a plethora of trendy coffee shops.