Clerkenwell

Our Little Italy

Since the 1970’s, after the procession in Warner Street, there is a full blown Italian Party, a sagra or festa, a celebration of everything Italian.  Here delectable Italian delicacies such as bruschetta, pizza, porchetta, salami, wine, olive oil,  water melon, ice cream, torrone, and Sicilian Cannolis, to name a few, can be sampled.

Wine flows freely and there is music, dancing and general frivolity.  It’s an excellent venue for the Italian community to gather and reconnect with family and friends, and celebrate their special Italian culture and traditions.


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Stall belonging to the Anglo Italian Family History Society

If your ancestors lived in the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, N. Ireland) after moving from Italy, this site can help you research your family history.

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