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Fishmongers HallHome of the Fishmongers' Company since 1444, its great hall and hammerbeam roof were destroyed in the Great Fire of London, and the next hall demolished to accommodate the new London Bridge in 1827. The present grand English Greek Revival hall built 1832-5 is largely unaltered, though considerable restoration was required after World War II bombing.
The Fishmongers' Company, in common with other Livery Companies, is concerned in many charitable and education funding projects, maintaining almshouses and pensions for its poorer members, providing exhibitions and scholarships to a number of Colleges and Schools. Gresham's School in Norfolk founded in 1555 is still supported by the Fishmongers' Company.
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