Haggerston

Haggerston is a locale in East London, England, centred approximately on Great Cambridge Street (now renamed Queensbridge Road ).wikipedia
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East End of London

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It is within the London Borough of Hackney and is considered to be a part of London’s East End.
A more common preference is to add to Tower Hamlets the former parish and borough of Shoreditch (including Hoxton and Haggerston, now the southern part of the modern London Borough of Hackney, which fall within the E1 and E2 postcode districts).

Bethnal Green

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The adjacent neighbourhoods are Dalston (to the north), Hoxton (to the west) and Bethnal Green (to the south east).
In 2005 the area along with neighbouring Haggerston suffered a terrorist attack on a London Buses route 26 bus in the 21 July 2005 London bombings on Hackney Road.

Dalston

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The adjacent neighbourhoods are Dalston (to the north), Hoxton (to the west) and Bethnal Green (to the south east).
The Regent's Canal towpath passes through neighbouring Haggerston, which runs unbroken from Limehouse to Angel, via Mile End.

Shoreditch

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Haggerston historically formed part of Shoreditch borough, and was divided into the following ecclesiastical parishes: All Saints, St Chad, St Columba, St Mary, St Paul, St Augustin, and St Stephen.
This legend is commemorated today by a large painting, at Haggerston Branch Library, of the body of Shore being retrieved from the ditch, and by a design on glazed tiles in a shop in Shoreditch High Street showing her meeting Edward IV.

Haggerston (ward)

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There is an electoral ward called Haggerston within the borough.
It roughly aligns with the core area of the neighborhood of Haggerston.

Metropolitan Borough of Shoreditch

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In 1965, the Metropolitan Borough of Shoreditch became part of the new London Borough of Hackney.
The borough was made up of three main districts: Shoreditch, Hoxton and Haggerston.

London Borough of Hackney

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It is within the London Borough of Hackney and is considered to be a part of London’s East End. In 1965, the Metropolitan Borough of Shoreditch became part of the new London Borough of Hackney.
Shoreditch is part of the East End\East London and includes the sub-districts of Hoxton and Haggerston.

Haggerston School

Haggerston Girls Secondary School
Secondary schools in the area include Haggerston School and The Bridge Academy.
Haggerston School (previously Haggerston Girls' School) is a 900-place school in Weymouth Terrace in Haggerston, London Borough of Hackney, England.

Haggerston Park

Besides the Regent's Canal, Haggerston Park, on the site of a demolished gasworks on Hackney Road, provides much-needed open space in the area.
Haggerston Park is an open space in Haggerston, in the London Borough of Hackney.

Regent Estate

The Regent Estate provides the Regent Estate Pensioners Club/Hall and the Regent Estate Community Centre/Hall which together provide community services and spaces for hire.
Regent Estate is a housing estate in Haggerston in the London Borough of Hackney.

The Bridge Academy

Bridge Academy
Secondary schools in the area include Haggerston School and The Bridge Academy.
The Bridge Academy is a coeducational secondary school and sixth form with academy status, located in the Haggerston area of the London Borough of Hackney in England.

Hoxton

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The adjacent neighbourhoods are Dalston (to the north), Hoxton (to the west) and Bethnal Green (to the south east).

Haggerston Baths

Haggerston Pool
The Grade II listed Haggerston Pool, designed by Alfred Cross and opened in 1904, was closed in 2000.

Hackney City Farm

Also in the area is the Hackney City Farm.
Hackney City Farm is a city farm and independent alternative school in Haggerston in the London Borough of Hackney.

The Free Association

Haggerston is home to The Free Association improvised comedy theatre and school.
The FA teach, produce and host live improvisational comedy from "The Free Association Theatre" in East London, on the border of Haggerston and Islington, and "The FA's Comedy Room" in Camden in North London.

Haggerston railway station

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* Haggerston station, served by London Overground.
Haggerston is a station on the East London Line and connecting South London Line in Haggerston within the London Borough of Hackney, Greater London.

Kray twins

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Ronald "Ron" and Reginald "Reggie" Kray were born on 24 October 1933 in Haggerston, East London, to Charles David Kray (10 March 1907 – 8 March 1983), a wardrobe dealer, and Violet Annie Lee (5 August 1909 – 4 August 1982).

Haggerston (UK Parliament constituency)

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Haggerston, formally known as the "Haggerston Division of Shoreditch", was a borough constituency centred on the Haggerston district of the Metropolitan Borough of Shoreditch in London.

Edmond Halley

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Halley was born in Haggerston in Middlesex.

Frank Buttle

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He was vicar of St Chad’s, Haggerston, in the London Borough of Hackney, from 1937 to 1953, when he died.

Iain Sinclair

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Iain Sinclair lives in Haggerston, in the London Borough of Hackney, and has a flat in St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex.

Andrea Luka Zimmerman

Estate, a Reverie (2015, 83 minutes) was made over seven years and tracks the passing of the Haggerston Estate in East London and the utopian promise of social housing it once offered, with a celebration of everyday humanity.

East London

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Haggerston is a locale in East London, England, centred approximately on Great Cambridge Street (now renamed Queensbridge Road ).

Charing Cross

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It is about 3.1 miles (5 km) northeast of Charing Cross.

Gated community

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In the 1990s a number of the area's more rundown housing estates were refurbished and some disused public buildings were privately converted into gated communities.