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bursting with culture food fashion and art. People flood the busy street looking for great food clothing and to see the spectacular graffiti work on the street walls. The street was originally called Whitechapel Lane and is thought to be have been renamed after the bricks and tiles made from the local earth by manufacturers who set up shop in the street back in the 15th century. Two hundred years later as if anticipating the bars and clubs that would follow in the future brewing came to Brick Lane notably the Black Eagle Brewery founded by the Truman family in 1666. However aside from the drink the 17th century brought with it a farmers market which continues to this day and successive waves of immigrants. The Brick Lane Market first emerged in the 17th century for the sale of fruit and vegetables just outside the City and at much the same time the French Huguenots escaping the Revolution arrived with a sizeable population in Whitechapel and nearby Spitalfields. The East End has always been a haven for immigrants looking for a better life and as London neared the 20th century Jewish and Irish settlers moved in. One of the oldest shops in Brick Lane is PRK Blackmans Boots and Shoes. Started in 1935 by a Jewish man called Phil Blackman they became the first