St Dunstan In The East, Idol Lane, City of London, Greater London
Dr F C Oliver receiving harvest presents of fish from Billingsgate fish porters inside St Dunstan in the East Church. It was a wealthy and prosperous parish church, which had been built some time during the second half of the 13th century. The City of London used to have two churches dedicated to the Saxon Archbishop of Canterbury, St Dunstan. The church was gutted in World War II, but the tower was restored.