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St Luke's is a neighbourhood and former civil parish in central London in the London Borough of Islington. The area takes its name from the now defunct church of St Luke's , on Old Street west of the tube station. The civil and ecclesiastical parish of St Luke's was created on the construction of the church in , from the part of the existing parish of St Giles Cripplegate outside the City of London. Being outside the City boundaries, the parish had a large non-conformist population. In , St Luke's Hospital for Lunatics , an asylum, was founded.
Rebuilt in — by George Dance the Younger. It was damaged by the Blitz of Turkish baths were added in The civil parish became officially known as "St Luke's Middlesex". The parish was historically in the county of Middlesex , and was included in the area of the Metropolitan Board of Works in Under the Metropolis Management Act any parish that exceeded 2, ratepayers was to be divided into wards; as such the incorporated vestry of St Luke was divided into five wards electing vestrymen: From it was part of the County of London.
The vestry administered local government in the area until the civil parish became part of the Metropolitan Borough of Finsbury in In , this borough was amalgamated with the Metropolitan Borough of Islington to form the London Borough of Islington. The eponymous parish church closed in after its structure was found to be unsafe and the parish reunited with St Giles Cripplegate. The parish has been reabsorbed by St Giles-without-Cripplegate , since the closure of the church.
Whitecross Street Market is a market with stalls arranged in Whitecross Street and the road closed to traffic.
There is a small general market every week day and a larger food market on Thursdays and Fridays, which can be bustling with activity and queues on a sunny lunch time.
It has occasional food festivals. The market was formerly one of London's great Sunday markets, and dates to the 17th century; although today, trading is largely limited to lunch times. It became known as Squalors' Market. It has its origins in the gifts of land and money from benefactors to the ancient parish as far back as the 16th century. Nowadays the charity is active in the neighbourhood fulfilling the original charitable purpose of improving the lives of local people.
The charity owns and manages a busy community centre  on Central Street, from which a wide range of community activities and services are delivered and coordinated. The school closed during the Second World War whilst local school children were evacuated to the countryside to avoid the Blitz. The school reopened and operated after the war as the Frank Barnes School for the Deaf until the mids. St Luke's Parochial Trust purchased the building in , and converted it to a community centre which was opened by the Queen Elizabeth II in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This article is about the parish in Islington. For the church building that once belonged to the parish, see St Luke Old Street. St Luke's shown within Greater London.
Islington South and Finsbury. Street name etymologies of London. A vision of Britain. Archived from the original on 27 May Retrieved 8 April Oxford Dictionary of London Place Names. Archived from the original on 10 February Retrieved 11 May London Borough of Islington.
St Luke's Church, Old Street.