Neal's Yard

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Neal's Yard
Neal's Yard.jpg
Alleyway section of Neal's Yard
Length 0.04 mi (0.06 km)
Location London Borough of Camden
Postal code WC2H 9DP
Coordinates 51°30′52″N 0°07′35″W / 51.5144°N 0.1265°W / 51.5144; -0.1265
Southeast end Shorts Gardens
Northwest end Monmouth Street
Inauguration late 1600s

Neal's Yard is a small alley in London's Covent Garden between Shorts Gardens and Monmouth Street which opens into a courtyard. It is named after the 17th century developer, Thomas Neale.[1] It now contains several health food cafes and values driven retailers such as Neal's Yard Remedies, Neal's Yard Dairy, and Wild Food Cafe.[2][3]


  1. ^ "In and Around Covent Garden: Neal's Yard". Retrieved 16 February 2013. 
    "In and Around Covent Garden: Neals Street". Retrieved 16 February 2013. 
  2. ^ Sherrie Nachman (3 May 1998). "The Unbeaten Path". The Washington Post.  via HighBeam Research (subscription required)
  3. ^ Sarah Lyall (5 April 1998). "Streets of Dreams; Monmouth St., 2 blocks to satisfy any whimsy". The New York Times. 

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