Plaque

Dorothy 'Cherry' Groce

Erection date: 29/4/2012

Inscription

Cherry Dorothy Groce, 1948 - 2011, innocently shot in this house by police which sparked the 1985 Brixton uprising.
A heroine to her children, family and community with her spiritual strength, motivation, optimism and love.
Her legacy lives on.
Cherry Tree Trust
Lambeth Council

Site: Dorothy 'Cherry' Groce (1 memorial)

SW9, Normandy Road, 22

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

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Dorothy 'Cherry' Groce

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1985 Brixton Riot

It was sparked off by the shooting of Dorothy Groce by the Metropolitan Polic...

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Dorothy 'Cherry' Groce

Shooting victim. She was shot by the Metropolitan Police, on 28 September 198...

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Dorothy 'Cherry' Groce

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Cherry Tree Trust

A privately funded charity established by Charles Pink. Its objective is to f...

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