Maybe it has been there for years but I only noticed this rather beautiful engraved plaque the other day. It commemorates the Great Fire of 1666 in nursery rhyme form.
It is fixed to an electrical junction box, or some such thing, just north and in the shadow of, Wren’s Monument to the Great Fire.
I can’t find anything about its creator or when it was erected. I also can’t find another image of it on the net. It seems strange that such a beautifully made little memorial has not yet left a trace somewhere on the net. Does anyone have any more details?