Plaque

Festival of Britain - Churchill Gardens

Erection date: 1951

Inscription

Festival of Britain, 1951, Award for Merit.

See a similar plaque in N7 for information about them.

Site: Festival of Britain - Churchill Gardens (1 memorial)

SW1, Churchill Gardens Road, Shelley House

From Municipal Dreams: "The first four blocks completed towards the eastern edge of the Estate – Chaucer, Coleridge, Keats and Shelley Houses – in 1950 won Festival of Britain Architectural Awards." This made us think there would be a plaque on each of the 4 buildings but we searched and found only one, on Shelley House. Municipal Dreams is an excellent source for information about the architecture of this estate.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Festival of Britain - Churchill Gardens

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