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Battersea Park bandstand Battersea Park bandstand

Plaque: Battersea Park bandstand

Erection date: 2/6/2004

Inscription

Battersea Park was re-opened to the public by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh KG KT on 2nd June 2004 after extensive restoration by Wandsworth Council supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
With financial support from: Onyx Environmental Trust, the Friends of Battersea Park.

Site: Battersea Park bandstand (1 memorial)

SW11, Battersea Park

It's always worth checking the central point in the floor of a bandstand.  This plaque is not too interesting but we found Lord William Russell's beheading in the Lincoln's Inn bandstand.  The Regent's Park bandstand carries its sad memorial on the side.

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Battersea Park bandstand

Information Subjects commemorated

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Battersea Park re-opened, 2004

Battersea Park was re-opened to the public after extensive restoration.

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Battersea Park bandstand

Information Created by

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Onyx Environmental Trust

We think this group is now (2015) called Veolia.

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Wandsworth Council

London borough. Formed from the former Metropolitan Borough of Battersea and ...

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Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Born at the villa 'Mon Repos', the summer retreat of the Greek royal family, ...

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