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Famous Quotes & Facts
In the 16th century, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth I decreed that mutton could be served only with bitter herbs, intending to stop people from eating the sheep in order to help the wool trade. Her subjects discovered mint sauce improved the taste of the meat, and it’s been a favorite condiment for roast lamb ever since.
A Quick Overview of Blythe Road
Blythe Road is in the London area of Hammersmith. The nearest station to Blythe Road is Kensington Olympia Railway Station which is about 4 minutes to the North East.
- Blythe House is a listed building located at 23 Blythe Road, West Kensington, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, UK.
- Originally built as the headquarters of the Post Office Savings Bank, it is now used as a store and archive by the Victoria and Albert, Science and British Museums.
- In the 2015 Autumn Statement the Government announced it would fund new storage for the museum and then sell off Blythe House.