Photo of statue of Louisa Aldrich-Blake in Tavistock Square
Medicine
Alan Fortune

Dame Louisa Aldrich Blake

Dame Louisa Aldrich Blake (1865-1925), medical pioneer The daughter of a clergyman, Louisa Aldrich-Blake showed early signs of being destined for a medical career when,

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Picture of the Taking the Cure Tile
Medicine
Chris Wilkins-Molloy

Taking the cure

The lost healing wells of Camden We have been reading about notable women involved in the more traditional forms of medical treatment in Camden.  This

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Kings Cross
Chris Wilkins-Molloy

St Pancras Old Church Gardens

 Camden Tour Guide Christine Wilkins-Molloy talks to Bonny Astor about the history of St Pancras Old Church Gardens – a secret garden of tranquillity in

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Medicine
Sylvia McNamara

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson

Camden Tour Guide Sylvia McNamara talks to Bonny Astor about Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, one of the most impressive doctors in Camden’s history and a woman

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Holborn
David LLoyd

Lincoln’s Inn

Camden Tour Guide David Lloyd talks to Bonny Astor about the history of Lincoln’s Inn. David reads us a fitting poem and tells us about

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Statue of Thomas Coram, outside the Foundling Museum (c) David Brown, 2014
Bloomsbury
Brian Turner

Thomas Coram

Camden Tour Guide Brian explains why he admires Captain Thomas Coram and the creative way he helped some of Camden’s most vulnerable residents  – 11’

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