The Coronet Café was one of more than 11 tea gardens that sprung up in North Chingford in the 1890s to cater for trippers.

From 1917 a group of Catholics would meet at the café on Sunday mornings to celebrate mass for five shillings a week.

In 1923, the Chingford Golf Club held its first meeting at the café.

The property was later converted into private dwellings.

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The landmark is no.5 on the new North Chingford Heritage Trail launched last week.

Find out more about the heritage trail at its website