East London Clearance
The new vibraint hub of London, rich in history from the Hugoenot refugees in Spitalfields in the 17th century to the Jewish influx in the 20th century and more recently the Bangladeshis. You only have to walk up Brick Lane and see how diverse East London is with its resturants and bagel shops, some open 24 hours.
Its very trendy bars and music venues. Go to Petticoat lane with its market and Jewish heritage. East London had a huge mix of politics, Leon Trotsky and Stalin attended meetings here. Silvia Pankhurst fighting for womans rights. Today East London is known for its huge development Canary Wharf. It is the creative hub of London attracting artists, musicians, and young entrepreneurs.
By Paul Cassar.