Plaque

Beryl Brownsword

Erection date: 20/9/2008

Inscription

Beryl Brownsword, architect & conservationist, lived here, 1922 - 2007.
Bedford Park Society

Site: Beryl Brownsword (1 memorial)

W4, Rusthall Avenue, 40

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

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Beryl Brownsword

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Beryl Brownsword

Architect and conservationist. After WW2 she worked in the architectural prac...

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Beryl Brownsword

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Bedford Park Society

Conservation group. Co-founded by two local residents, architect Tom Affleck ...

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