One of the only buildings to survive the Great Fire of London in 1666
This building is Grade I listed
The church's name derives from the shaft of the maypole that was traditionally set up each year opposite the church. The custom continued each spring until 1517, when student riots put an end to it, but the maypole itself survived until 1547 when it was seized by a mob and destroyed as a pagan idol.
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