Plaque

Edward Heath - Crayford

Erection date: 19/11/2013

Inscription

Sir Edward Heath, KG, MBE, Member of Parliament 1958 - 2001, Prime Minister 1970 - 1974, lived here 1916 - 1923.
Bexley Civic Society

Site: Edward Heath - Crayford (1 memorial)

DA1, Green Walk, 106

Heath's upbringing is described as borderline between the working and middle classes.

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

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Edward Heath - Crayford

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Edward Heath

Conservative Prime Minister 1970 - 74. Born Broadstairs but lived the first 7...

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Edward Heath - Crayford

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Bexley Civic Society

Environmental group. Founded in the 1970s with the objectives to improve the ...

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