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We have an extra #NotesandQuery to solve today. Robert in Wandsworth noticed this relief on a partially demolished building on the corner of Berwick Street and Broadwick Street in Soho. It say 'Built in 1886', but what do the initials VP and JP stand for ? https://t.co/E9qI2bnM5c
Time for more mystery solving with #NotesandQueries 🤔Sheran wants to know what this is? Her Uncle once pointed out this 'spy hole' on the top of Queen Anne's Court in Greenwich. Was it a 'Spy Hole', is it connected to The Royal Observatory opposite or neither? Can you help? https://t.co/5WyptHrZ4C
The second of our #NotesandQueries comes from Gary. Whilst looking through Booth's Maps of London, he noticed Hollington Street in Camberwell @se5, where his father was born. The Street though is no longer there ! Can anyone help him find out more about the street? https://t.co/zQ1IwPeNdH
It's #NotesandQueries 🎉🎉 Can you you help solve some of #London's mysteries 🔎 Paul asks if anyone remembers a Jazz club down @ChapelMarketN1 in the late 70's /early 80's? He saw The Crusaders perform there but now can't remember where it once stood. https://t.co/OqnVAbUNH0
Every Wednesday is #NotesandQueries and our listeners chance to either solve a long-lived mystery, discover the truth behind a rumour or simply answer the niggling question you've always had. If you've ever wondered if it works? Just listen to Heidi! https://t.co/KyWTkJ6u3G 🔍
We had another great @BBCUpload today when we heard from Selwah who uses discarded post office rubber bands to create her art. Click 🖱️ https://t.co/uiHs6Xr3Rj to listen again 📻 If you are inspired to share your talent with us get Uploading at https://t.co/yUFZIYtViZ https://t.co/XwkcetXhPj
We're throwing in an extra #Query this morning. Robin in Shepperton was walking towards St James Square and he passed this unusual piece of wrought iron work. Does it mean anything to anyone? Can you help Robin and the rest of #London find out what it is and what it was used for? https://t.co/WMFaC1tzRX
Our second #NotesandQuery comes from Heidi in Bromley. She remembers a story her dad used to tell her about seeing a #spitfire crash close to Greenwich Park during WWII? She thinks there is still signs of a crater outside The Rangers House in the park. Does this ring any 🔔's https://t.co/rgrf7agxCX