There’s a petition over at the London Historians’ Blog, which can also be found in our right sidebar under “Amusing Blogs.” They are feverishly trying to save the Cleveland Street Workhouse, which is thought to be Dickens’ inspiration for the workhouse in Oliver Twist, from demolition. Please take a moment to log onto their site and sign this document in the hopes of saving an important part of London’s disappearing history. Thank you!
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