Below is a list of Frequently Asked Question regarding the Huguenots of Spitalfields, click on each Question to reveal the Answer.  If you can't find what you're looking for, feel free to Get in Contact With Us.

This remarkable organ will be in use for church services and concerts from mid summer in Christ Church, Spitalfields.

The Spitalfields Trust have been instrumental in protecting this historic area since 1977 when it was founded by Sir John Betjeman and Dan Cruickshank. Find them on twitter @SpitalfieldsT

Contact the Huguenot Museum in Rochester as they are always looking for Huguenot treasures, www.frenchhospital.org.uk

Join the Huguenot Society who stage excellent lectures and produce informative publications, www.huguenotsociety.org.uk


Log on to the Spitalfields' Life blog written by the Gentle Author on a daily basis, www.spitalfieldslife.com

Stay in Spitalfields gives you the chance to stay in an eighteenth century silk weaver’s house on Fournier Street. Please visit www.stayinspitalfields.com for details.

Another eighteenth century house open for guests is on Princelet Street and run by the Landmark Trust. Please visit www.landmarktrust.org.uk

Spitalfields Market
Brushfield Street
London E1 6AA

By Bus:
135, 26, 35, 388, 47, 48, 78 and 8. 

By Underground:
Liverpool Street Station on the Central, Hammersmith and City, District, Circle and Metroplitan lines

By Train:
Liverpool Street BR

By Bike:
Nearest Barclays Cycle Hire docking station is on Brushfield Street

By Car:
Local car parking is available at:
Truman Brewery - Hanbury Street
Truman Brewery - Brick Lane
Local Council - Whites Row Car Park

Local car parking is available at:
Truman Brewery - Hanbury Street
Truman Brewery - Brick Lane
Local Council - Whites Row Car Park

Here’s how to starting your research …

If you are researching your Huguenot roots the Huguenot Library can help. It holds a wide range of material, including a vast collection of printed books and unique manuscripts, together with family research files, the 61 volumes of the Quarto Series and much more. It is available to visit in its current temporary location at the National Archives in Kew. To make an appointment or for further information email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., call: 020 7679 2046, or visit: http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/a/A13531768

The Huguenot Society also provides tips, guides and references to help you research your Huguenot ancestors in your local library or archive, on the Family History page of their website: www.huguenotsociety.org.uk/family.html

If you are looking for professional research to be undertaken on your behalf contact freelance researcher Dr Kathleen Chater, 112 Meath Road, London, E15 3DR, for a quotation.