Plaque

Fred Perry - Meadvale Road

Erection date: 16/12/2011

Inscription

Fred Perry, 1909 - 1995, tennis champion, played here, 1919-1935.

{Surrounded by:}
Ealing Civic Society, The Brentham Club, The Brentham Society.

Plaque unveiled by Roger Draper, Chief Executive of the Lawn Tennis Association.

Site: Fred Perry - Meadvale Road (1 memorial)

W5, Meadvale Road, 38a, The Brentham Club

The club is located in Brentham Garden Suburb, which was the first garden suburb in London, constructed in cooperative principles. It was built between 1901 and 1915.

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

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Fred Perry - Meadvale Road

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Fred Perry

Lawn tennis and table tennis player. Born Frederick John Perry at 33 Carringt...

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Fred Perry - Meadvale Road

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The Brentham Society

A registered charity. Established a year after Brentham Garden Suburb was des...

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The Brentham Club

Sports and leisure club.

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