Fitzrovia

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Fitzrovia

(fɪtsˈrəʊvɪə)
n
(Placename) informal the district north of Oxford Street, London, around Fitzroy Square and its pubs, noted in the 1930s and 40s as a haunt of poets
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From his Fitzrovian redoubt in London, the ugly-lovely Clydach Vale of childhood must have appeared to the successful Davies as a place washed by nostalgia of its more unprepossessing features.
The Fitzrovians revel in the glamour of a bygone era, from costume and performance to props.
Weatherby, who has had horses with Michael Bell under the Fitzrovians banner, completed an Arctic warfare course whilst in the army, when his training included being part of expeditions in the Sinai Desert, Brunei and the jungles of Honduras.