Ok, so I'm stretching beyond my normal bounds for this one.
Where is this enjoyable dig at the heritage industry? As you can tell from the graffiti in the background, it's not in a salubrious spot - though the postal address reads well.
And is that redundant apostrophe a deliberate snub to purists and the particular, or is it just, well, ignorant?
Added points if you can tell me who Will Coles is or how the name got to be used. Answers please as a comment here or on Facebook.
LATER -Kate P says: "ok, so i gave up and googled him- apparently they are all over the place... one is in Norwich, 2 are in Sydney where he now lives ( one is even blue) but your one is in DRURY LANE ...and interestingly his grandfather designed our pound coins..."
And that prompted a communication from 'Will Coles': Yes, they're quite a few in London as well as some in Norwich, Diss & Eye (where my Grandpa lives, but I don't think he approves!)
The superfluous apostrophe was a mistake made at the place I had the casting mould made. I'm rather glad people pick up on that as so many people can't even get there/their right these days!
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