Plaque

Battle of Lewisham - Plaque

Erection date: 13/8/2017

Inscription

Remembering the Battle of Lewisham. Thousands united here against racism and fascism, 13th August 1977.
London Borough of Lewisham

Site: Battle of Lewisham - Plaque (1 memorial)

SE14, New Cross Road, 323, New Cross Inn

The plaque is on the brick wall to the right of the pub. The photo on our page for the Battle was taken right in front of this pub.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesof london.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Battle of Lewisham - Plaque

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Battle of Lewisham

In the mid 1970s, New Cross and surrounding areas became the focus of racist ...

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Battle of Lewisham - Plaque

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Lewisham Borough Council

The Borough of Lewisham was formed as an amalgamation of the Metropolitan Bor...

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