Made with pallet planks laminated into two by two blocks our three-piece Loughborough Junction Candle Holder makes a natural and straightforward centrepiece for the dinner table. Additionally, you can have them scattered around your home for a rustic touch to your home decor. Can come in a variety of colours (Yellow, Red, Green) Also comes with a brass tea light insert holder. Name after Loughborough Junction an area in Brixton located between Brixton, Camberwell and Herne Hill in south London. The name Loughborough comes from Henry Hastings, who was named 1st Baron Loughborough in 1660 when King Charles II was restated to the throne. King Charles II was living in Loughborough house initially know as Lambeth Wicks, which was to the east of Brixton Road at the corner of Loughborough road and Evandale Road in 1660’s. Loughborough House was rebuilt before 1700 and used as a boys boarding school during the late 17th and early 18th century until it was demolished in 1854 after the area was being littered with new street of houses. A few minutes away from Loughborough Junction is Loughborough junction station which initially was a station for railway services in the 1860s until the first world war when local railway services received cuts in the budget.