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Memorial

Frederick Neuner Crouch End Clock Tower & Henry Reading Williams

Tree: Frederick Neuner

Inscription

In memory of Frederick Neuner 1919 - 1995, Alderman and Councillor 1952 - 1982, London Boroughs of Hornsey and Haringey, Mayor of the London Borough of Haringey, 1979 - 1980.
Campaigner for the elderly, disabled and children, he dedicated his life to the people of Haringey and to international friendship.
"And the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations."

Site: Crouch End Clock Tower & Henry Reading Williams (3 memorials)

N8, The Broadway

There is a clock dial on each of the four facades, and they are all working - August 2004 anyway. Above each dial is inscribed "1895".

Behind the tower two trees have been planted, each with a plaque on the ground:
tree on right in the picture - Clock Tower centenary
tree on left:, behind the tower in the picture, F Neuner.

In April 2006 a local magazine was asking, with reference to the Ordinance Survey benchmark on the tower's west face, at the base, why it had been painted blue.

See the clock tower at Crouch End.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Frederick Neuner

Information Subjects commemorated

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Frederick Neuner

Alderman and Councillor 1952 - 1982, London Boroughs of Hornsey and Haringey,...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Frederick Neuner

Information Also at this site

44817

Clock Tower centenary

Planted on 25th June 1995 to celebrate the spirit and vitality of the childre...

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44815

Henry Reader Williams Clock Tower

The bas-relief of Williams is by Sir Albert Gilbert.

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