Caroline Flack was found dead in her top floor loft at the Fleetwood Apartments in Stoke Newington, London on 15th February 2020. The British television presenter was 40 years old and had committed suicide.
Flack was due to stand trial for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend and had stood down from presenting the ITV show Love Island.
Oasis brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher grew up in the Manchester suburb of Burnage, spending their early years living on Ashburn Avenue.
When their parents separated, they moved with their mother and older brother Paul in the early 1980s to a house on Cranwell Drive.
Bee Gees members Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb lived at 51 Keppel Road in Chorlton-cum-Hardy, a suburb of Manchester, for about three years until 1958, before the family emigrated to Australia.
During their time in Manchester, the young brothers formed a skiffle group called The Rattlesnakes and performed at local venues, including the Gaumont Cinema near their home.
Singer Amy Winehouse was found dead, aged 27, in the bedroom of her home at 30 Camden Square in London on the afternoon of Saturday 23rd July 2011.
The cause of death was said to be alcohol poisoning and the coroner recorded a verdict of death by misadventure.
From age 5 to 23, John Lennon’s childhood home was his Aunt Mimi’s house, Mendips, on Menlove Avenue, in Woolton, Liverpool.
Lennon’s widow Yoko Ono purchased the 1930s semi-detatched property in 2002 and donated it to the National Trust, after which it was restored to its 1950s appearance and opened to the public for tours.
A blue plaque on the house reads:
Musician and Songwriter