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Brian Weekes

Brian Weekes, Pam & Arthur Hudson Brian Weekes
Inscription

Red Oak (Quercus rubra)
In memory of Brian Weekes (1935 - 2002), academic, writer and Labour councillor for Camden whose life showed his commitment to social justice.

Site: Brian Weekes, Pam & Arthur Hudson (2 memorials)

WC1, Brunswick Square

Brian's tree is to the right; Pam and Arthur's to the left.

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Brian Weekes

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Brian Weekes

Academic, writer and Labour councillor for Camden. Our colleague Andrew Beha...

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Brian Weekes

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Pam and Arthur Hudson

In memory of Pam and Arthur Hudson

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