mobile nav

Memorial

Clock at BMA British Medical Association

Memorial: Clock at BMA

Inscription

The clock above was presented to the British Medical Association by Mrs Margaret Turner in memory of her husband, E .B. Turner, F.R.C.S., who for many years took a prominent part in the work of the British Medical Association having been chairman of the representative body from 1915 - 1918 and a member of the Council from 1912 - 1931.

Site: British Medical Association (4 memorials)

WC1, Tavistock Square

The BMA courtyard is not accessible to the public but one can see the fountain, the memorial gates and the clock by peering through the first set of gates.
Lutyens was commissioned by the British Theosophical Society to design the building which is now BMA House. The unfinished site was bought by the BMA who commissioned Lutyens to finish it. They then commissioned another architect for the buildings that front Tavistock Square.

Go to map of other memorials in this area

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Clock at BMA

Information Subjects commemorated

50534

E.B. Turner, F.R.C.S

For many years took a prominent part in the work of the British Medical Assoc...

Read More

This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Clock at BMA

Information Created by

This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Clock at BMA

Information Also at this site

44647

Opening of the BMA house

This inscription is on the inside of the west face of the courtyard, to the l...

Read More

44645

World War 1 gates at BMA

{On a shield in the centre of the gates, on the inside:} Faithful hath been y...

Read More

44644

World War 2 fountain at BMA

The fountain was inaugurated in 1954, in what is known as the Court of Honour...

Read More