Paxton & Whitfield

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Cheesemonger Paxton & Whitfield on Jermyn Street in London

Paxton & Whitfield are one of the oldest cheesemongers in England. Their main shop is located at 93 Jermyn Street, London.


Paxton & Whitfield were founded in 1797 but have roots going back to a market store in Aldwych in 1742. Originally located at 19 Jermyn Street, they moved to their current location in 1894.[1]

Paxton & Whitfield hold two royal warrants, one from the Prince of Wales in 1997 and one from Queen Elizabeth II in 2001. The relationship with the Royal Warrant Holders Association goes back to Queen Victoria in 1850.


  1. ^ "By Royal Appointment". 2012. ITV3. Archived from the original on June 29, 2012. Retrieved 2012-06-24. Missing or empty |series= (help)

External links

  • Paxton & Whitfield website

Coordinates: 51°30′29.9″N 0°8′12.7″W / 51.508306°N 0.136861°W / 51.508306; -0.136861

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