The plaques are selected from all walks of life, and all points of the London compass – and I'm taking requests too!
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With World Book Day UK taking place this Thursday 3rd March my #Plaque366 series today (and every day until Thursday) features a famous author.
On World Book Day 2016, children are encouraged to come to school dressed up as their favourite character from a book. Which character would you pick?
Be sure to visit the World Book Day 2016 website here: http://www.worldbookday.com/
Star of today's plaque – a square one! – is the creator of Peter Pan, J.M Barrie at 1-3 Robert Street…
… although he is forced to share the bill with fellow writer Galsworthy, poet Thomas Hood and architect Robert Adam. I'll return to all three of the others mentioned here later in the #plaque366 project. In the meantime, here's how to find the plaque pictured at 1-3 Robert Street…
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