First, a bit about your area, We love it. Seen now as the epitome of ‘trendy’ and often associated with Hipsters, beards and small batch coffee, Shoreditch and Bethnal Green have become areas of contemporary London living. A hybrid of tech startups, creative industries of all kinds and alternative food outlets, this area has become home of the young and trendy professional - far from the areas more modest beginnings in the city’s meat markets. Now the area has it’s own distinct style, the spread and influence of which can be seen across London.
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Bethnal Green - The place-name Blithehale or Blythenhale, the earliest form of Bethnal Green, is derived from the Anglo-Saxon healh ('angle, nook, or corner') and blithe ('happy, blithe'), or from a personal name Blitha. Nearby Cambridge Heath (Camprichesheth), is unconnected with Cambridge and may also derive from an Anglo-Saxon personal name. The area was once marshland and forest which, as Bishopswood, lingered in the east until the 16th century. A settlement's dependence upon water suggests that the 'happy corner' was cleared next to the natural spring, St. Winifred's Well, in Conduit Field at the northern end of the Green. Over time, the name became Bethan Hall Green, which, because of local pronunciation as Beth'n 'all Green, had by the 19th century changed to Bethnal Green.
Shoreditch - Though now part of the inner city, Shoreditch was previously an extramural suburb of the City of London, centred around Shoreditch Church at the crossroads where Shoreditch High Street and Kingsland Road are intersected by Old Street and Hackney Road.