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Shaka Zulu. Camden
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PostSubject: Re: Restaurants and Roads connected to the Zulu War   Restaurants and Roads connected to the Zulu War EmptySun Mar 26, 2017 9:01 pm

Steve,

To be accurate Shaka Zulu is a restaurant rather than a public house.

I was at the opening with King Goodwill.

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Hi John.
I know, but on the basis that it has a bar and is open to the public I thought it a worthy contender. A bigger objection might be it has nothing to do with the AZW!
I was going to include The Duke of Cambridge - but there are stacks of them.
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Steve,

No I'm a pedant over licensed premises, it is not worthy.

Whatever you don't get me going the sculptures and artwork in Shaka Zulu.

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PostSubject: Re: Restaurants and Roads connected to the Zulu War   Restaurants and Roads connected to the Zulu War EmptySun Mar 26, 2017 10:35 pm

You mean to say they are not 100% accurate!  Hard to believe. But having said that, compared to some of the so called art that sometimes appears (even on here) they at least have a presence. You old pedant you.
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PostSubject: Re: Restaurants and Roads connected to the Zulu War   Restaurants and Roads connected to the Zulu War EmptySun Mar 26, 2017 11:17 pm

Steve,

Now you've done it, you have shown a photograph of those Maasai warriors that surround a statue of the late Henry Cele.  Please tell me that you haven't got a photograph of the giant 'Shaka Zulu Maasai' figure?

Whoever provided that restaurant with the research should hang their head in shame.  The worrying thing is that I heard they were hoping to open a branch in SA based entirely on the Camden one.

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PostSubject: Re: Restaurants and Roads connected to the Zulu War   Restaurants and Roads connected to the Zulu War EmptyMon Mar 27, 2017 1:37 am

What this one? Luvly Jubly - as they say in Camden (or it might be Peckham).
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PostSubject: public houses named after those who took part in the AZW   Restaurants and Roads connected to the Zulu War EmptyMon Mar 27, 2017 1:44 am

Steve , now you've done it ! Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Restaurants and Roads connected to the Zulu War   Restaurants and Roads connected to the Zulu War EmptyMon Mar 27, 2017 8:01 am

You could of course extend this research topic into new areas..............New Bashford district of Nottingham -

Isandula Road
Zulu Road
Chelmsford Road
Durford Street
Pearson Street
etc

Postcode NG7 7DR

Further theme.....................The Wye Valley Brewery did produce a bottle ale named after: Robert Jones VC
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Steve,

No not the entrance, but this edifice:

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You have scroll down to locate it.

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Very tasteful!  Perhaps they will use it at the proposed heritage centre - seems to be in similar vein.

How about this as a contender? High Wycombe. I'm sure someone can find an "Earl of Beaconsfield".
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