Plaque

Bruce Kenrick

Bruce Kenrick Bruce Kenrick
Inscription

Bruce Kenrick, 1920 - 2007, founder of Notting Hill Housing Trust and Shelter, lived and worked here from 1962 - 1982.

Site: Bruce Kenrick (1 memorial)

W11, Blenheim Crescent, 115

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

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Bruce Kenrick

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Notting Hill Housing Trust

A social enterprise and charity providing affordable housing for Londoners. I...

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Shelter

A charity that campaigns to end homelessness and bad housing in England and S...

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Bruce Kenrick

Minister and housing campaigner. Born Bruce Henderson Kenrick at 14 Poulter R...

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